TJ21: Casual Friday

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  1. Jacket – Native Youth
  2. Sweater – Penfield
  3. Corduroy Pants – Closed
  4. Field Bag – Filson
  5. Boots – Sorel 

 

Native Youth:

A slouchy Native Youth parka with sherpa lining and faux-fur trim. Zip front with a snap-over storm flap. Snaps on the 4 pockets. Zip-off hood with a Velcro® closure. Drawstrings at the hood, waist, and fishtail hem.

Fabric: Twill.
Shell: 100% cotton.
Trim: 100% acrylic.
Lining: 100% polyester.
Wash cold.
Imported, China.

 

Penfield: 

Penfield will donate a portion of the proceeds to Earthwatch, a non-profit charity that advocates positive social and environmental impact.

A cozy classic, this crew-neck Penfield sweater is crafted in a fair-isle pattern. Sold, ribbed edges. Long sleeves.

Fabric: Fair isle knit.
50% lambswool/50% acrylic.
Wash cold.
Imported, Vietnam.

 

Closed: 

Wrinkled whiskering lends a relaxed look to casual, slim-fit corduroy Closed pants. Slant hip pockets and button-welt back pockets. Button closure and zip closure.

Fabric: Corduroy.
98% cotton/2% elastane.
Wash cold or dry clean.
Made in Italy.

 

Filson:

A fold-over Filson field bag closes with two bridle leather buckle straps. An exterior back pocket adds convenience, and a pair of inside pockets secure with snap buttons. Rugged tweed lines the bottom interior. Optional, adjustable shoulder strap.

Fabric: 100% wool.
Weight: 21oz / 0.6kg.
Made in the USA.

 

Sorel: 

The classic Caribou boot from Sorel, with a full-grain leather upper and an Australian wool liner. Vulcanized rubber shell with the brand’s AeroTrac outsole.

Fur: Natural lamb shearling, from Australia.
Leather: Cowhide.
Imported, China.

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