Woolrich, commonly referred to as the Original Outdoor Clothing Company, opened its doors in 1830 in Plum Run, Pennsylvania, creating woolen fabrics and clothing for local lumber camps and farms. In the near-200 years since its inception, the company has garnered a reputation as one of the foremost manufacturers of woolen fabrics and garments, responsible for designing the iconic Buffalo check shirt as well as delivering wool blankets to Union soldiers during the American Civil War. Into the twenty-first century, the heritage brand maintains the spirit of Americana at the core of its contemporary menswear offerings. Modern interpretations of the classic down-filled parka feature camouflage patterns and fur trim, whereas lighter-weight options favor anorak constructions and bungee-style drawstrings for a streamlined fit. Traditional woolen outerwear pieces receive of-the-moment updates with technical nylon-blend fabrications to produce a fully water and wind-resistant product. Knit wool scarves and hats round out the heritage label’s selection of hearty men’s garments, keeping the wearer certifiably warm even in the most arctic of temperatures.