Pike Brothers 1937 Roamer Pant 20oz Selvedge
Pike Brothers launched two heavyweight denim champions. Both jeans are made in 20 ounce selvedge fabrics. For the fits they used their popular 1937 and 1958 Roamer Pants styles. Highlighted here is the 1937 version.
The 1937 Roamer Pants
The 1937 Roamer Pants is inspired by a 1930’s fit. It has a high waist, comfort fit, buckle back and a button fly. The buttons and buckle are in a zinc finish. There’s heavy bar tacking on the pockets, belt loops and seam ends.
The Selvedge Fabric
The fabric is from the legendary Japanese Kurabo denim mill. The heavy 20 ounce fabric has a redline selvedge and is non sanforized, so recommend is to dry clean only. In the waistband they added a special ‘Japanese Selvedge Denim’ label.
Hand Stamped Leather Patches
For this special edition they did something extra. Pike Brothers have found a vintage U.S. Army leather stamping set from the 1920’s. With this set they individually stamped the leather patches for both 20 ounce styles. The leather patches are made of vegetable-dyed cowhide which is super thick. It’s cut by hand cut and finished.
The jeans is made in Portugal. As it’s a seasonal item you have to act fast while stock lasts. Once it’s gone it’s gone!