I’m a fan of Woolrich clothes, no doubt you’ve already figured that out. It’s because Woolrich makes some of the finest in outdoor wear and I spend a lot of time outdoors. I suspect you do too.
People who are outdoors a lot appreciate good clothes, quality apparel that is functional and practical for whatever it is that you are doing.
Woolrich has been marketing excellent, high quality outdoor clothing since John Rich opened his first woolen mill in 1830 in Plum Run, Pennsylvania. In the early days John Rich visited the lumber camps selling his woolen fabric, socks, coverlets and yarn from a mule cart. The company has been going stron ever since.
Well Woolrich not only makes clothes that are functional and practical, Woolrich shirts are good looking too. Take for example this Woolrich Men’s Griffin Washable Wool Shirt, This Woolrich shirt is made from a soft blend of 70% wool/30% nylon and it machine washable, so you can wash it at home. For those of you with a stylish fashion sense, the Woolrich Griffin shirt has a coordinating suede top collar and elbow patches. The Woolrich Griffin Shirt has a pure cotton twill under-cuff, inner collar, and inner-back yoke. Double-layer back yoke. A great looking shirt for the camp.
Want to know more about this great Woolrich Griffin Shirt, including how to own one? Click Here – Woolrich Men’s Griffin Washable Wool Shirt,
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