Brutus Jeans is a British clothing company founded in 1966 by two brothers Keith and Alan Freedman, who were 18 and 17 years old at the time. The company started with one style of sweater and kept adding to the range, which eventually included shirts and jeans (for both men and women). The brand was very popular in the 1960s and 1970s with skinheads, Mod’s and the football crowds. In 1966 they created the Trimfit shirt. The Brutus Trimfit had a cult following and was documented in numerous books and articles about British fashion. Throughout the late sixties and mid seventies the Brutus Trimfit Shirt sold in the millions. An original Brutus Trimfit shirt can be found in the Museum of London. It was revived in 2009.
As fashion goes you cannot go wrong with a fresh clean cut pair of jeans a pair of Solovair boots and to finish it off with a crisp Trimfit Brutus shirt. For countless years now Ben Nevis Clothing has been supplying the many with these fashion musts. We strongly feel very proud in selling our selection of Trimfit Brutus shirts, we think that the quality of the shirt is superb and is still based on the same patterns as the 60s. Brutus Trimfit Shirts are really an icon to British fashion.