In 1909 Thomas L.Kay and his family moved to Pendleton in northeastern Oregon and took over the defunct Pendleton Woolen Mills and started there business there. Since then Pendleton has become renowned for their Native American inspired blanket designs and durable woollen shirts. Today the company is still privately owned by the family and operates across eight facilities in America.
The Outdoor Cruiser has come straight out of Pendleton's archives in a new jacquard inspired by the Painted Hills pattern, with a new technical lining. The fabric is made in Pendleton's mills, and comes with a snap button opening, two breast pockets as well as lined hidden hand pockets. It's one of our favourite pieces for the season here at The Great Divide.
- Jacquard Fabric made in Pendleton's Mills
- 100% Virgin Wool
- Snap Front opening
- Hidden pocket detail
- Dry Clean