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Woolrich

     Woolrich has been synonymous with quality outdoor clothing for over 180 years. What has not changed in all those years is Woolrich's commitment to quality, value, and products that fit the outdoor lifestyle. From toasty winter hats to lightweight baseball caps, you can trust Woolrich hats to deliver the style and fit you’ve come to expect from this dependable brand. With a history of excellent craftsmanship that dates back more than a century, Woolrich has a well-earned reputation for exceeding expectations. When you wear a Woolrich hat, you can feel confident that you’re getting a product that will last for many seasons. Superior quality water repellent fedoras, Outbacks, caps and trappers. Woolrich: The Original Outdoor Clothing Company. 

   

 

 

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“The Original Outdoor Clothing Company.”

     Woolrich has been synonymous with quality outdoor clothing for over 180 years. What has not changed in all those years is Woolrich's commitment to quality, value, and products that fit the outdoor lifestyle. From toasty winter hats to lightweight baseball caps, you can trust Woolrich hats to deliver the style and fit you’ve come to expect from this dependable brand. With a history of excellent craftsmanship that dates back more than a century, Woolrich has a well-earned reputation for exceeding expectations. When you wear a Woolrich hat, you can feel confident that you’re getting a product that will last for many seasons. Superior quality water repellent fedoras, Outbackscaps and trappers. Woolrich: The Original Outdoor Clothing Company. 

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Woolrich History

 

Woolrich was established in 1830 in Woolrich, Pennsylvania making woolen coats for the northern Pennsylvania logging industry. Their original factory is one of the oldest woolen weaving vertical operations in the United States making woolen fabrics today. Known for their red/black Buffalo Check and the #503 red/black Heritage plaid wool nylon fabric. Originally offered in 1885 as a hunting coat and pant known as the Pennsylvania Tuxedo. Their tradition of custom-designed woolens dates back to their founder, John Rich. In 1830 he constructed his first woolen mill in Plum Run, Pennsylvania. From his mule cart, he sold his quality fabrics to loggers, miners, rivermen and trappers. By 1845, he expanded the mill and moved to what is now Woolrich, Pennsylvania. Over the years, eight generations of his family have lived and worked amidst the same rural landscape of north-central Pennsylvania, not two miles from where John Rich erected his first woolen mill. It is in these roots that we find a deep commitment to producing premium American fabrics that are as functional today as they were in the mid-nineteenth century. Bales of raw wool still come in one end of the mill and, after a good deal of work, exit as superior fabric. Woolrich is proud to be the longest continuously running woolen mill in the USA.

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Woolrich History

 

Woolrich was established in 1830 in Woolrich, Pennsylvania making woolen coats for the northern Pennsylvania logging industry. Their original factory is one of the oldest woolen weaving vertical operations in the United States making woolen fabrics today. Known for their red/black Buffalo Check and the #503 red/black Heritage plaid wool nylon fabric. Originally offered in 1885 as a hunting coat and pant known as the Pennsylvania Tuxedo. Their tradition of custom-designed woolens dates back to their founder, John Rich. In 1830 he constructed his first woolen mill in Plum Run, Pennsylvania. From his mule cart, he sold his quality fabrics to loggers, miners, rivermen and trappers. By 1845, he expanded the mill and moved to what is now Woolrich, Pennsylvania. Over the years, eight generations of his family have lived and worked amidst the same rural landscape of north-central Pennsylvania, not two miles from where John Rich erected his first woolen mill. It is in these roots that we find a deep commitment to producing premium American fabrics that are as functional today as they were in the mid-nineteenth century. Bales of raw wool still come in one end of the mill and, after a good deal of work, exit as superior fabric. Woolrich is proud to be the longest continuously running woolen mill in the USA.