In the early 1960s, Pendleton shirts hit the airwaves courtesy of the Majorettes, whose song “White Levis” became a number one hit in 1963. But before that, a group called The Pendletones was singing about the California surfing scene. They changed their name to the Beach Boys, but kept their uniform of Pendleton shirts worn over tee shirts with khakis. The band wore this blue and charcoal plaid shirt on the covers of 45s and LPs throughout he 1960s.
The Pendleton Jacquard CPO Jacket is one of Pendleton's hero styles for the season. Coming in their Pilot Rock design, it is crafted of naturally water-resistant wool woven in their Pacific Northwest mills, with a quilted, lightly insulated nylon lining. Two flapped, button-through chest pockets and two side pockets.
- 100% pure virgin wool
- Fabric woven in our American mills
- Dry clean