Find out here what makes us think! In our product dictionary, you can read everything you need to know about Crocket's exquisite quality and the importance of various fabrics, care and original history.
How does cashmere differ from lambswool? What makes the silk of ties so special? Where do the different collar shapes come from? What should you consider in the fit of our suits? Immerse yourself in the world of classic men's fashion and find the answer to your questions!
In addition, we show you four timeless, classic tie knots and how to tie our bow-ties. A look is worth it! If you have any further questions, which we cannot answer for you online, please call us or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org – We are happy to be there for you!
Shirts for men
Here you can discover our shirt fabrics, various collar shapes and the high-quality solid ply quality!Shirt Dictionary Buy Shirts at John Crocket
Knitwear made in Scotland
So knit only Scots! What distinguishes the fine qualities of Cashmere, Geelong and Lambswool? Discover the most colorful department of the house John Crocket!Knitwear Dictionary Buy Knitwear at John Crocket
Classic English Shoes
Crocket's welt-sewn shoes are a true heart affair! Which fine upper material we use and which is why we distinguish between Classic and Finest, you can discover it here!Shoe Dictionary Buy shoes at John Crocket
Personal advice-in the shop and by phone.
Suits, jackets, waistcoats, tweed, welt-sewn shoes or elegant ties – John Crocket leads fashion in excellent quality: whether it's the shirt made of full-ply, the suit in Super 140 or cotton, by the way cut classic or narrow. Classics such as the Dufflecoat are originally from England, the Lambswool sweaters from Scotland.