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Turn back the clock nearly two decades to the early 1800s and you’d find Woolrich in its infancy, with John Rich in the thick of gentler times, shifting socks to logging camps out the back of his mule cart. Fast-forward thirty years from then, Rich built America’s first woollen mill and before long, Woolrich became a household name not only in Pennsylvania but throughout the land. Jump to the here and now and this trustworthy American label has elevated its status along with its woollens and fabrics with modern textures, dying processes and washes. After nearly two-hundred years trading, Woolrich is still loved by those with a passion for the great outdoors and those who simply appreciated exceptional quality.