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About Woolrich

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.

Past Sales Featuring Woolrich

Sale Ended January 25, 2011

Shop It: Americana

Plaids, tweeds, work boots, and waxwear abound in this massive, Americana-inspired sale. From US labels (Steven Alan, Red Wing) to overseas brands like Dunderdon and Scotch & Soda who just love the look, you’re sure to find something here to help unleash your inner (urban) lumberjack. Be sure to check out Alexander Olch’s wool neckwear and a particularly theme-appropriate buffalo plaid jacket from Woolrich.

Sale Ended August 28, 2010

Final Sale: Up to 90% Off - 8/23/2010

From 3.1 Philip Lim's avant-garde orange utility pants to the blazers and shirts of Y's Yohji Yamamoto, this massive final sale runs the gamut from cutting edge to classic, from formal to casual and from cashmere to cotton to wool.

Sale Ended September 08, 2011

Woolrich

Our selection of gear from Woolrich John Rich & Bros. has the 181-year-old company’s signature outdoorsy aesthetic in spades. But it also ups the ante with tailored pieces like a sharp double-breasted blazer, and smart basics like shawl-collar cardigans and V-neck sweaters. Go ahead and get something from each end of the spectrum.

Sale Ended March 06, 2011

Pants in Your Size: 34 - 3/4/2011

What's the point of shopping a pants sale only to find a pair you love that doesn't come in your size? This sale is specifically geared toward guys your size. The exercise in frustration that so often accompanies shopping for your lower half? Consider that a thing of the past.