Fullscreen
Caps & Hats September, 10 2009

Trainerspotter x Pendleton Woolen Mills Capsule Collection

For more than 140 years, Pendleton Woolen Mills have been weaving world class woolens in their Northeastern Oregon Mills. In 1898 the family resumed the production of Indian blankets and introduced new designs, colors, and patterns to their product line. Pendleton then expanded their trade from the local Nez Perce Indians to the Navajo, Hopi, and Zuni peoples of the American Southwest. Trainerspotter continues Pendleton’s proud heritage with two garments influenced by the American Northwest – their staple 30’s style Trapper hat and the new Broken Twill Overshirt with detachable hood. Both are constructed using premium napped Nez Perce, Zapotec and Chief Joseph pattern Pendleton wool and RiRi zips. Exclusive to the No-One store in Shorditch, London.

More looks at the Trainerspotter x Pendleton Mills Capsule Collection after the jump.

Comments

Close

Selectism