Since 1830, Woolrich has crafted products and clothing that combine quality, value, and an abiding commitment to the outdoor lifestyle. Not really a shocker, considering the brand, founded by John Rich, has long billed itself as the “Original Outdoor Clothing Company.” And though their main line is a force to be reckoned with, the folks at this mainstay of burly gear aren’t afraid to branch out. With Woolrich Woolen Mills and John Rich & Bros., the Woolrich aesthetic meets with modern fits and exacting attention to detail for two collections that serve as a sharp, high-end supplement to Woolrich’s core offerings.
Stock up on graphic tees, colorful sneakers, and more everyday essentials.
Adorable kids' apparel for spring.
It’s amazing how one of America’s oldest brands has now become one of its hippest, just by putting a modern spin on country classics. The critter chinos, a prepster mainstay, get updated with a hunter print, and even the madras ties and belts manage to look fresh. There are also rugged plaid shirts, solid twill vests and corduroy bucket hats.
This is Americana done right. Plaids, chambrays, khakis — the clean-cut basics are all here, but they’re updated for the post-grad crew. The best of the bunch includes the Deerhunter button-down, the Mountain parka in crisp canvas and the Maine Guide jacket — required wear whether you’re heading into the wild or into the next bar.