Our history

In almost 20 years, Krugger has become a brand and a reference in the world of exceptional motorbikes and cars. Unique and custom-made models, created according to Fred's inspiration and vision. Beyond the mechanics and bodywork as Krugger knows how to revisit them, it's a whole atmosphere and an offbeat look at things that are today embodied by Krugger.

The same spirit prevails in the collection that Fred has chosen to offer on this site. Quality clothing and accessories, which he has taken the time to develop carefully, and for which every detail counts.

It is quite naturally in his workshop in Basse-Bodeux, where his motorbikes, and more recently his car, are made, that Krugger has also developed his collection. So we could only find the same ingredients that have always prevailed in his approach: creativity above all, limited editions of course, and a relatively offbeat side ... Welcome to the world of Krugger!

Krugger is "designed & developed in Belgium". And that's good. But above all, it's "made in Basse-Bodeux". And this, of course, is even better.

Our commitments

The creation of a Krugger collection could only be done in the same state of mind that has always guided Fred in his aspirations. In addition to a careful selection of materials and cuts, it is above all the work of men and women who together contribute to a result that meets our requirements.

In this process, each intermediary plays his or her role and takes responsibility for ensuring that the final result is in line with the Krugger universe, by favouring the know-how of the craftsman, the expertise of the small company, the passion that drives our team... and by constantly thinking about pleasure and well-being every time the garment is worn.

Our partner in textile manufacturing is WRAP (Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production) certified, which is a global organisation dedicated to promoting safe, ethical and humane textile manufacturing worldwide through certification and education. The objective of the WRAP certification programme is to independently monitor and certify compliance with various standards to ensure that sewn products are manufactured under legal, humane and ethical conditions. Possessing WRAP certification is therefore an indicator of ethical and responsible production. This certification is valid from six months to two years, depending on the compliance of the production facilities with the 12 WRAP principles. These 12 principles include, among others, human resource management, health, safety and environmental practices.
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We are doing our best and we know that we must also continually challenge ourselves. If you have any specific requests, advice or queries, we are here to help.
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