US Apparel, Burnside & J.America Apparel have joined our Brands


On the 1st February 1912 Gustav Daiber founded a sales agency for textile accessories. Ebingen, a town in southern Germany in the Swabian Alps is the cradle of the successful history of what is today a family-owned global textile company. Our brands are as follows:

JAMES & NICHOLSON stands for functional & fashionable sportswear, leisurewear, jackets, classic business wear and sturdy workwear. Most basics are available in almost 40 colours as well as in larger sizes up to 6XL.

MYRTLE BEACH stands for a wide range of headwear & accessories many of which compliment the JAMES & NICHOLSON range.

Combined over 20 million pieces available for express delivery into Australia & New Zealand.

Warehousing in southern Germany covering over 60,000sqm.

Social responsibility and the environment

Gustav Daiber GmbH, Albstadt, are expressly committed to their social and ecological responsibility for employees, customers and the environment, and even more than that:

We meet strict compliances & have many certifications.

  • OCS 100 - Organic Cotton Standard
  • BSCI - Business Social Compliance Initiative
  • Oeko-Tex® Standard 100


James & Nicholson & Myrtle Beach website


James & Nicholson & Myrtle Beach Catalogue 2020 (pdf)

James & Nicholson & Myrtle Beach New Products 2020 (pdf)

Basics Catalogue 2019 (pdf) - with PMS Colour Codes

Organic Catalogue 2019 (pdf)

Organic Catalogue 2018 (pdf)

Beanies Catalogue 2019 Neutral (pdf)

Caps Catalogue 2020 (pdf)

Sports Catalogue 2020 (pdf)

Sports Colour Selector 2020 (pdf)

Jackets & Vests Catalogue 2019 (pdf)

Outdoor Catalogue 2018 (pdf)

Business Catalogue 2018 (pdf)

Workwear Catalogue 2019 Neutral (pdf)

Workwear Colour Selector 2019 Neutral (pdf)


Sublimation Catalogue (pdf)



Pantone Colour Chart (pdf) - applicable for Organic Apparel only


OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 (pdf)

Organic Content Standard (OCS) (pdf)

Social Compliance and Quality Standards (pdf) 


Code of Conduct

Social responsibility and the environment 

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