Sunday, January 30, 2011

Pendleton | Chaparral Coat

now let me welcome everybody to the wild, wild west...

I've been feelin' the Navajo print for a quick minute, and I've finally found one at the right length.

*Additional Information*

This 100% wool jacquard coat in red four directions features a five snap closure with brassy Pendleton brand snaps, cotton lined welt style front pockets, 3 1/4 inches faux-suede collar, 2 inch hem with elastic back, 100% nylon lining with a single internal pocket.

FIT: Standard fit. Most guys should size down one size.

Exclusive fabric made in the U.S.A.

Dry clean only

Pendleton traces it's roots to an English weaver named Thomas Kay who moved to Oregon in 1863 and helped establish the states second woolen mill. His family moved in 1909 and opened Pendleton, Oregon's first woolen mill, where six generations have now kept this symbol of the West alive and flourishing. Native Americans adopted their colorful blankets as ceremonial gifts, and have inspired the creation of beautiful textiles since. Pendleton has crafted commemorative blankets for national parks, furnished Olympic athletes, given a blanket to every president since Warren G. Harding and California surf band The Beach Boys wore their signature plaid shirts on the cover of the album Surfer Girl in 1963. To this day Pendleton works directly with local wool farmers to ensure the highest quality materials.

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