Give wings to your own roots …
… that is the motto of Schneiders. Within eight decades, Schneiders advanced from a small family business to an internationally renowned cult label based on the driving forces of heritage, craftsmanship, zeitgeist and authenticity. With high quality premium fashion, Schneiders is reflecting on its own roots while looking to the future.

Innovative ideas and visionary foresight
Since 2018, Wolfang Binder has been managing the business and is increasingly focusing on sustainability and transparency. Sustainability is not only defined by the materials used, but also by the claim to transfer enduring values into modern times. With innovative ideas and visionary foresight, he wants to lead the traditional company into the future. The next milestones have already been reached with the launch of the online store and the opening of the new flagship store in Salzburg.

Highest standards and perfect workmanship
Schneiders products meet the highest standards and guarantee perfect workmanship and functionality. The use of the Sympatex membrane makes Schneiders jackets 100% windproof and waterproof as well as optimally breathable – like a second skin. Perfect functional clothing does not need any materials that are harmful to health and the environment: the Sympatex membrane is 100% recyclable, completely climate neutral and contains no perfluorinated or polyfluorinated chemicals. It has also been bluesign® tested and awarded the Standard 100 by OEKOTEX® certificate, thus guaranteeing the highest environmental protection and quality standards.

Sustainable products from Schneiders


Goran SX

  • loden sandwich quilted jacket with real leather details
  • turn down collar and concealed zipper
  • two patch pockets and two pockets in the chest area
  • sleeve patches

Marius SX

  • high collar jacket
  • two flap pockets with press studs
  • small breast pocket with zipper

Mat SX

  • quilted jacket with high collar and hood in collar
  • two patch pockets and small breast pocket
  • concealed zipper

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