Polish immigrant Isaac Spiewak arrives in New York and produces handmade sheepskin vests for Brooklyn’s waterfront dockworkers.
From a Brooklyn workshop, I.Spiewak & Sons makes woolen jackets and britches for the U.S. Army and Navy. This Naval Pea Coat is still in production today.
The Golden Fleece label is created. The flying ram symbol continues to be seen as a trusted reminder of the Spiewak values.
A 35lb. sheepskin-lined, horsehide coat is produced for the newly established New York Mounted State Troopers.
Streamlining production and increasing efficiency ensures the survival of the family business through the Great Depression.
Spiewak continues to develop uniform collections from flight suits to deck jackets.
By adapting uniforms for a daily frenetic life of American workers, Spiewak quickly becomes a civilian style icon chosen by many celebrities.
Spiewak creates flight and field jackets for the state forces.
Following factories in New York, New Jersey and Nebraska, Spiewak opens a manufacturing plant in Ruleville, Mississippi.
Spiewak introduces heavy-duty Titan© cloth and outfits the growing airline industry, becoming the dominant supplier of ground crew uniforms.
College campuses nationwide begin wearing the Spiewak N-3B Snorkel Parka.
Spiewak begins outfitting New York MTA subway conductors and USPS letter carriers.
Spiewak’s Titan Cloth proves useful for fire departments across the nation.
Spiewak is the official uniform of the U.S. Ski Team for the Lake Placid Winter Olympics.
Spiewak’s industrial uniforms become icons of multiple subcultural movements.
Created to protect, the Vizguard© division leads the industry in high-visibility safety wear.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg declares September 23rd, 2004 NYC’s official Spiewak Day, a century after its founding.
Ever making high-quality reliable products to serve workers in their daily lives. Today, the brands mission remains the same: to serve and support everyone in this ever-changing and challenging modern world.