Your Pendleton winter essentials have landed and are guaranteed to keep you warm and cosy this season!
A tradition of American craftsmanship started by one family over 100 years ago. In 1863 a young English weaver named Thomas Kay had a vision of raising his own sheep and producing his own wool in America. With no suitable land of his own, Kay set sail down the Atlantic seaboard and up the Pacific coast in search of the ideal location. After four-months at sea, Kay stopped in America’s newest state, Oregon. Upon settling, Kay built his own family-operated mill, teaching and eventually passing on the business to his eldest daughter Fannie. Here we present to you 100 years of fashion greatness with our latest Autumn Winter 2019 Collection.
Introducing one of our latest arrivals for this season, inspired by the Camp and National Park designs, our newest plush and heavyweight cotton overshirts will keep you as warm. Yarn-dyed for lasting colour, the striped overshirts will be a wonderful addition to your winter wardrobe.
The colourful Snap Front Jacquard Jacket was made using exclusive jacquard design in our American mills and woven with pure virgin wool and features a snap front closure, four exterior pockets and is lined with a technical synthetic insulation for protection against the gloomiest of weather conditions.
The perfect addition your winter outfits, our emblematic Pendleton patterns make wonderful scarves to face the cold weather. Find your perfect match with a Jacquard Muffler or a Whisperwool Muffler, both extraordinarily soft and light!
It all started in the early 1960s when Southern California surfers started wearing our Board Shirts on the beach. In ’62 the Beach Boys wore the style on their first album cover, transforming it into a nationwide sensation. The Pendleton Board Shirts were an essential among California surfers and still, our bestselling shirt today. Made from premium wool sourced from local ranchers in Umatilla County, Oregon near our Pendleton mill, this timeless surf shirt.
Perfect as a layering piece or to wear on a mild day, this Camp Vest combines Pendleton's rugged outdoors with the contemporary man. The Camp Stripe Vest comes in a soft, warm men’s sherpa fleece vest in stripes inspired by our iconic Camp Fire collection. These stripes were inspired by the ombre blankets that cowboys carried on their saddles, to unroll when they made camp after long days of riding the range.
A menswear classic, made of pure Pendleton wool, this shirt jacket fitted with a soft quilted, synthetic insulation layer to keep you warm in the toughest of conditions. Comfortably roomy for easy layering, featuring two side pockets, two flapped chest pockets and one interior pocket for the utmost convenience and accessibility.
The Original Westerley Sweater is an exact recreation of a zip-front sweater from 1972 worn by The Dude in “The Big Lebowski.” Pendleton researched the archives and studied the movie to capture the colouration as best we can for our newest version, known as The Original Westerley. Now rejuvenated for winter in its darker shade of grey and black, we’ve even restored the ring zipper pull, to which we’ve attached a small bowling pin keychain. We think it really pulls the sweater together...
This Jacquard wool jacket is one of our newest addition to our menswear collection. Made in Pendleton's famous mills in the Mesa design, this Pendleton Gorge Jacket was named for the Columbia Ridge Gorge, near the Oregon Mill where wool jacquard is woven.
The Buckley Shirt is based on a very early Pendleton shirt with rounded panels at the front closure. It's a modern mill innovation that has produced a unique and aesthetic twill weave to complement this unusual archival cut.
This Brownsville Shearling Collar Coat is a timeless classic that has been an icon of Pendleton's winter collection for the past few years. Named after the first mill in the Northwest managed by our founder, Thomas Kay, this coat is woven of our blanket-weight wool and crafted to keep you warm all winter long!