- About Weitzenkorn's
Weitzenkorn’s founded in 1864 is a family owned mens clothing store that celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2014. The patriarch, Abraham Weitzenkorn began the business in 1864 while Abraham Lincoln was president of the United States. According to our research we are the second oldest mens specialty store still in the original family hands in the country. An authentic American mens store with family values and honest principles that have endured all throughout the years.
Today it is run by the 4th(Marc and Gregg) and 5th(Aaron and Adam) generations, who have learned their trade from the knowledge and expertise handed down by proceeding generations. We carry everything from black tie to beachwear. The store boasts a full fledge tailor shop with expert tailors that provide that elegant fit, a traditional mens floor with suits, sport coats, trousers and sportswear, an entire Tommy Bahama shop within the store, tuxedo rental, and a Big and Tall shop that occupies the address next door.
Quality suits remain a fixture in the store with sizes from 36-70, and brands that include; Hugo Boss, Jack Victor, S. Cohen, Calvin Klein, and many others. Much of the inventory being made in North America.
We consider ourselves a branded store with strong sportswear lines such as; Tommy Bahama, Peter Millar, Cutter and Buck, Enro, Vineyard Vines, Hugo Boss, Nautica, Under Armour, Allen Edmunds and more.
We shop all the major markets like New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Minneapolis searching for quality merchandise that our clients can fall in love with and consistent with our motto:
‘Where Quality Never Goes Out of Style’
Custom clothing has become a growing part of our business and currently we offer custom suits, sport coats, topcoats, and dress and sport shirts. All made in the USA and Canada. Generally custom items are made in 4 weeks, but can be expedited to 10 days.
Whether you buy from Weitzenkorn’s online or in the store you can be sure your complete satisfaction is guaranteed. We sell at a fair price and pass on savings at every opportunity.
Gregg, Marc, Aaron and Adam Weitzenkorn