- €149,0 Inc. VatPike Brothers classic 1937 Roamer Vest in heavy cord! This fabric is the second part of their German workwear fabrics series. Widely used in the 1920s and 30s, it was favored for its sturdy quality as well as its comfortable feel. Just like Pike Brothers Elephant Skin fabric, their corduroy fabric is made to the old specifications in an German mill. Finest Pike Brothers Details characterize the 1937 Roamer Vest Heavy Cord brown: - 100% cotton, 610 grams per square meter - 3 front pockets, 1 inside pocket - buttons made of real ivory nut - heavy bar tacking on pockets and seam ends
€139,0Inc. VatA necessity when being outdoors – Pike Brothers 1942 Hunting Vest has its origins in the traditional North American hunting apparel. Their vests were often favoured as an easy way to keep warm and also store as much items as possible. Therefore vintage hunting vests always show a lot of pockets and storage possibilities. So does this 1942 Hunting Vest. It offers two big belly pockets a small chest pocket. The botton front is hidden so no branches will get stuck while moving in the woods. Further fine details of Prike Brothers 1942 Hunting Vest are: - 100% wool, 700 gramms/square meter - Traditional hunting vest fit - 2 big belly pockets, one chest pocket - Hidden button front
- €149,0 Inc. VatTo all those looking for a proper vintage denim vest – this is it! In the 1960s and 1970s it was very common, especially amongst motorcycle folks, to adjust their denims in various ways. It was this in this time, when denim vests first arose. The previously popular denim jackets became vests and were decorated extensively with buttons and patches. These trademarks are all captured in our 1963 Roamer Denim Vest. Pike Brothers pay great attention to detail and to the workmanship: - 11 oz selvedge raw denim sanforized, 100% cotton - classic slim fit - two chest pockets - two hand pockets - selvedge on the inside
- €169,0 Inc. VatA timeless classic – Pike Brothers 1966 Rodeo vest. As the name already implies 1966 Rodeo Vest has its roots outdoors. Cowboys, Lumber Jacks and people living and working outdoors wore vests in order to keep warm and having an additional layer for protection. Therefore outdoor vests evolved that were cut longer in the back and shorter in the front. Making them more comfortable when moving or living in the saddle. The following details characterize 1966 Rodeo Vest: - Classic box fit - two outer pockets - Pen Pockets - Button front - outer fabric: 98% cotton, 2% Elastane - lining: 45%Polyacylic, 40% Wool, 15% Polyester
- €339,0 Inc. VatSTYLE NO. 2926 : 6'' SAWMILL BOOT IN OLIVE MOHAVE LEATHER The Sawmill is a boot built to excel in cold conditions. Born from unforgiving Minnesota winters, the Sawmill steps up with water resistance, warmth, and steadfast traction. Fear no forecast and explore more. THE HISTORY BEHIND THE STYLE The Sawmill’s all-weather performance echoes back over 40 years to the 1970s when Red Wing’s line of Great Outdoors boots broke new ground with construction to withstand the elements. The Sawmill is inspired by this legacy of American-made footwear built for confidence in all conditions. The 6-inch boot’s moisture-wicking lining and felt wool footbed keep feet warm, and a storm welt adds water resistance. Puritan triple-stitch construction ensures lasting durability, and a Vibram® TC-4 Plus outsole provides aggressive traction. The Sawmill is finished with a deerskin collar for premium comfort.
- €329,0 Inc. VatSTYLE NO. 2954 : 6'' COOPER MOC BOOT IN AMBER PORTAGE LEATHER The Red Wing Shoes 2954 comes in 'Amber Portage' leather which has a smooth and polished look. The Red Wing 2954 boot has a Vibram® 430 Mini-lug outsole which provides maximum grip and outstanding comfort. It originally comes with black taslan round laces. THE HISTORY BEHIND THE STYLE The Red Wing Shoes 2954 Cooper Moc Toe in Amber Portage is a Classic Red Wing Shoes Mocassin style and is made in Red Wing, Minnesota. The Red Wing Cooper Moc Toe boot was originally designed for hunters and farmers in the early 1950s. The Red Wing Cooper Moc was built to withstand hard labor and harsh weather conditions. The name Red Wing ‘Moc Toe' derives from ‘Moccasin', the traditional Algonquian Indian word for the U-shape design of the toe.
- €239,0 Inc. VatSTYLE NO. 3322 : WEEKENDER CHUKKA IN COPPER ROUGH & TOUGH LEATHER The Weekender Chukka is a favorite for its laid back styling and comfort straight out of the box. It looks the part in the office or off-the-clock, and it feels so good you won’t want to take it off. THE HISTORY BEHIND THE STYLE The Weekender is an off-the-clock shoe that can stand up to adventure while still keeping things dialed down. The oxford and chukka styles were designed from the ground up to be light and comfortable right out of the box, with or without socks. But light doesn't mean the Weekenders are lightweights. They're made alongside our other boots at Plant 2 in Red Wing, Minnesota, with durable leather sourced from our S.B. Foot Tanning Company and a stitch-down construction that can be resoled for many years of faithful service. Weekenders let you play as hard as you work. You might even be tempted to keep them on come Monday.
- €339,0 Inc. VatSTYLE NO. 4585 : 8'' LOGGER BOOT IN BRIAR OIL SLICK LEATHER This boot will hold its ground in snow, rain and mud… but also looks good. Perfect combination of style and function. OIL-TANNED LEATHER S.B. Foot Tanning Co. is best known for oil-tanned leather which is used to build a variety of timeless Red Wing styles. This leather is water, stain and perspiration resistant, and has a more natural look and feel because less finishing materials have been applied, allowing its natural beauty to shine through. Oil-tanned leather is exceptionally durable and has been used to build countless work boots throughout Red Wing’s history.
- €329,0 Inc. VatSTYLE NO. 8084 : 6'' IRON RANGER BOOT IN BLACK HARNESS LEATHER The Iron Ranger is an American icon that is beloved for its standout style and long-lasting construction. With its toe cap, speed hooks, and Vibram® outsole, there’s no mistaking this leather legend. Renard Speed Shop recommends Iron Ranger boots for motorcycle riding! THE HISTORY BEHIND THE STYLE The Iron Ranger was originally built for iron miners in the 1930s. In the decades since, it has grown indispensable for owners from all walks of life thanks to its iconic style and longevity. The six-inch boot’s signature feature is a leather toe cap that is as distinctive as it is durable. Each pair develops a personalized fit and custom comfort over time thanks to leather insoles and a cork midsole that form to feet. The boots are built with a Goodyear welt and Puritan triple-stitch construction, and brass speed hooks provide precision lacing and a visual hit of hardware. The Iron Ranger is anchored with a Vibram® 430 Mini-lug outsole.