Woolrich has been synonymous with quality outdoor clothing for over 180 years. The company got its start in 1830 when John Rich, an immigrant from England, built his first woolen mill in Plum Run, Pennsylvania. Rich would visit the lumber camps that dotted the area and sell his woolen fabric, socks , coverlets, and yarn from a mule cart.
Eventually, the introduction of new high-tech materials allowed Woolrich to enhance the performance of its outdoor wear, meeting the needs of a new generation of enthusiasts. Traditional fabrics like wool and cotton teamed up with man-made fibers to create clothing that our customers could rely on for everything from a backpacking trip to a leisurely stroll.
Today the little village of Woolrich is still headquarters for the company, but the business has grown to a worldwide lifestyle company with a full range of outdoor-inspired products, from jackets and shirts to outdoor furniture . The company that provided blankets to the Union soldiers in the Civil War today keeps folks warm under its wonderful throws as they cuddle up by the fireplace. You can buy a wool jacket your great-great grandfather may have worn in the woods or a parka that's all about the latest in advanced technology.
What has not changed in all those years is Woolrich's commitment to quality, value, and products that fit the outdoor lifestyle. And most of all, our commitment to you, our customers.
Part of our ongoing collaboration with designer Jeff Griffin of Loveland Farm, the down-insulated Second Life Anorak uses dead stock fabrics and features both iconic buffalo check wool and exclusive graphic camo print details. Pullover anorak styling features a half-zip closure at the collar and insulated hood, plus left chest snap-flap pocket and two lower vertical zip-closure pockets. Finished with internal drawcord adjustments at the bottom hem and exclusive left sleeve Griffin patch and right sleeve Woolrich patch. This unisex style follows our men’s sizing.
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Collaboration between Woolrich and designer Jeff Griffin of Loveland Farm