It’s no secret that I like Pike Brothers; the brand is not about fashion or the latest trends but instead it focuses on creating authentic and honest workwear without making any compromises. An appealing philosophy that is worth striving for. Recently I had a closer look at what the proud Germans will shipping out shortly. Exhibiting for the first time in the Fire Dept. at Bread & Butter, the response from both buyers and media was overwhelming for Fabian Jedlitschka and his crew, but the fact is that they have earned their popularity.
Remember the 23 oz. Japanese selvage 1958 Roamer Pant that we mentioned when Pike Brothers sponsored us a couple of months back? Well, now they’ve received all the accessories and the first sizes of the long-awaited jeans. If everything works out right they will be in stock by beginning of July, so keep an eye on the Pike Brothers webshop.
Welcome to our new sponsor for March and April, Pike Brothers. With roots back to the 1930s when the brothers George and Joseph Pike had a small and exclusive tailoring shop on the Portobello Road in London. Today, their crafts and name live on with German-based Pike Brothers. Real work trousers made of beautiful selvage denim, inspired by the military and workwear wardrobe from the 30s up to the 50s. It still smells a bit of gunpowder sludge, diesel fuel and rockabilly sweat.
What would a rockabilly look like without denim jeans? Definitely not the same and in between all the clichés are Pike Brothers; an honest and genuine brand, living and breathing true lifestyle every day and dedicated to workwear, as it was made when grandpa was a boy.