Our 1932 Engineer Short is a blend of 1930's safari pants combined with details of a British BD pant. The cut is wide to provide good freedom of movement and ventilation. As typical of the 1930s and 40s, the waist is higher. The large leg pocket holds all sorts of items for daily adventures and the First Aid Kit pocket on the hip is large enough to fit most smartphones. A cinch on the back provides a quick way to adjust the size. The fabric is our tried and true cotton herringbone twill that is durable and dries quickly.
- Herringbone Twill fabric made of 100% cotton with 330 g/m2.
- Comfort Fit
- Large leg pocket, First Aid pocket
- Logo Donut Buttons
- Made in Turkey
- Please follow this link to our Size Guide
Pike Brothers was founded in 1930 by brothers George and Joseph Pike. Their small yet high-quality clothing store was located in the famous Portobello Road, Notting Hill, in the heart of London. Custom clothing for men was their specialty. During the Second World War they produced uniforms for American military forces. This was the time when American soldiers came over to England. Pike Brothers managed to combine the best materials with European craftsmanship and create the unmistakable clothing you see today. They simply struck a brilliant balance between American workwear and European expertise. A legacy that defines Pick Brothers to this very day.
Pike Brothers distinguishes itself by respecting and celebrating the original functionality of its clothing instead of simply aiming for superficial succes. All clothing is made in Europe and produced the old-fashioned way. Pure craftsmanship and the best materials add up to this stylish and timeless clothing. Pike Brothers is that perfect combination of style and functionality.
- The Netherlands: EUR 5,- Free over EUR 50,- (Free returns)
- Europe: EUR 11,- to EUR 22,50 Free over EUR 150.-
- Rest of the World: EUR 25,- Free over EUR 200,-
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