Brownsville Coat - Chief Joseph Dark Grey

£700.00
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DESCRIPTION

This Men's wool coat from Pendleton returns for a new winter season in a new jacquard pattern.

Woven from a warm wool blend, this outdoor coat features a genuine shearling collar for unrivalled warmth and comfort. Two pockets on the front, and lined for even more warmth. This pattern is one of Pendleton's oldest and most popular, inspired by the Chief Joseph, who led the Nez Perce tribe native to northeastern Oregon in the late 1800s.

From Pendleton: "Widely admired for protecting his people and speaking the truth, he is honoured with this design, symbolising bravery. Bold arrowheads represent the chief's courage, strength and integrity."

  • Material: 82% pure virgin wool/18% cotton; shearling collar
  • Manufacture: Fabric woven in the Pendleton American mills
  • Care: Professionally clean only

    SIZE GUIDE

    S M L XL
    Neck 14.5" - 15" 15.5" - 16" 16.5" - 17" 17.5" - 18"
    Chest 34" - 36" 39" - 41" 40" - 43" 46" - 49"
    Waist 28" - 30" 31" - 33" 34" - 36" 47" - 39"
    Sleeve 33.3" - 34.3" 34.5" - 35" 35.3" - 35.6" 36" - 36.5"


    PROVENANCE AND ETHICS

    Pendleton's family history in Oregon dates back to 1863 when Thomas Kay, a young English weaver opened his own mill in Salem, Oregon. In 1909 Thomas's three grandsons, Clarence Morton Bishop, Royal Thomas Bishop, and Robert Chauncey Bishop opened Pendleton Woolen Mills. Six generations later Pendleton Woolen Mills is still run in Oregon by the Bishop family.