Vermont Winter Edit
“In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks.”
Our winter edit takes place in idyllic Vermont with scenes of mountains blanketed by freshly-fallen snow, canvas tent camping, hiking, and enjoying the winter landscapes.
Wardrobe mainstays for years to come, our coats and jackets feature classic Western-styling and are made from premium materials.
We’ve been outfitting men who venture into cold, weather-worn territories since 1865 — this is quality you can rely on.
Functional outerwear you can rely on year-round.
The Stetson Graphic Pullover Hooded Sweatshirt is made of a blend of cotton for comfort and polyester for strength. Rib-knit cuffs and hem, a drawcord-adjustable hood and a kangaroo handwarmer for extra warmth. Perfect for everyday workwear.
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