Pike Brothers 1937 Roamer Shirts
The 1937 Roamer Shirt is based on an authentic American work-shirt from the late 1930s. The regular fit in combination with the brushed flannel fabric offers a high level of comfort especially for summer times, when it’s hot. Like the original, it features an asymmetrical left pocket, which is called a smoker’s pocket. It is cut in such a way, that you can stash a soft cigarette pack into it and still be able to draw a single cigarette without taking out the whole pack.
King Kerosin Shirt-Jackets
At first glance it looks like a regular shirt but closer inspection reveals details that make it a fully functional jacket. Perfectly suited for your summer ride-outs. The KK shirt jackets are completely lined with Speedtex, a super-tenacious, aramid-reinforced fabric which will protect your skin in case of a spill. Front closure is effected by a zipper with snap fasteners to keep out the wind. The chest pocket flaps feature button closures with additional velcro strips to prevent flagging.
Pike Brothers Roamer 1958 Jeans
True workwear denim jeans with 1950s characteristics. The 1958 Roamer Pants are made from 15 oz. raw denim with selvage edge, a fabric of superior quality and strong texture.
- dark indigo blue
- 100% Cotton
- straight leg, narrow fit with button fly
- heavy cotton thread in honey yellow color
- buttons and rivets in zinc optic
- heavy bar tacking on pockets, belt loops and seam ends
- D-Ring for your watch pocket or wallet chain