You can see and feel the Pendleton passion for quality. See it in the intricate patterns of blankets inspired by Native American designs and legends. Feel it in the softness of the lightweight, luxurious 100% pure virgin wool clothing we produce. We’ve been a family-owned business for 150 years, and for 104 of those years we’ve been weaving world class woolens in our Northwest Mills. Our expertise and technology have grown over the years, and we have translated that experience into a host of other luxury fabrics. But our legacy of quality will never change. You can rely on a Pendleton for a lifetime of comfort and beauty.
Types: Men’s Women’sBlankets
K. Bell Socks has a reputation for great designs and a quality product, currently selling to major retailers on an international level as well as high-end specialty shops throughout the country. Licenses for both Laurel Burch and The Girls socks add colorful fun to our product mix.
The Dockers® Brand has defined authentic khaki for 25 years. Since its introduction in 1986, the Dockers® brand has been perfecting khakis — and the essential goods to go with them — for men and women all over the world. No compromises in quality. Just versatile, essential style. We have taken an enduring, admired brand and made it stronger. Dockers® has embarked on a journey to reinvigorate the khaki category, with a new and improved Signature Khaki line and Soft Khakis collection in stores across the United States, as well as a global marketing campaign, “Wear the Pants.” More styles. New fits. Bold colors. And a debate about the modern definition of masculinity that is helping to reignite the khaki category. We have taken the category we owned and reinvented it for today.
Types: Men’s Women’sJeansPantsShoes
Kühl® began as Alfwear in 1983 with the Alf hat, a Peruvian-inspired design that many ski bums equipped themselves with in the mid-80s. Updating it with polar fleece, John “Alf” Engwall designed the pattern for the hat that would become the choice for serious Rocky Mountain powder skiers. Engwall, Conrad Anker (the now legendary mountaineer), and brothers Jay and Kevin Boyle set out to introduce this effective design to the skiing and mountaineering world. The four co-founders consisted of three skiers and a rock climber, all of whom aspired to build a business and lifestyle around their respective beloved sport.
Chances are that if you know the name of any brand of sock in the world it’s the iconic Goldtoe brand. Goldtoe socks have ben the category leader and standard of quality for over eight decades.
The Levi’s® brand epitomizes classic American style and effortless cool. Since the invention and patent of riveted clothing by Jacob Davis and company founder Levi Strauss in 1873, Levi’s® jeans have become the most recognizable and imitated clothing in the world – capturing the imagination and loyalty of people for generations. And while the patent has long since expired, the Levi’s® brand portfolio continues to evolve through a relentless pioneering and innovative spirit that is unparalleled in the apparel industry. Our range of leading jeanswear and accessories are available in more than 110 countries, allowing individuals around the world to express their personal style.
The heart of the Fresh Produce is rooted in the positive impact of color. We love color and want our customers to light up the room in our clothes. From casual tops and feminine dresses to decorative scarves and stylish pants, Fresh Produce is dedicated to creating feel-good clothes women want to wear every day. The coastal-inspired colors and broad assortment of easy-to-wear pieces are flattering and comfortable on all shapes and sizes and are available in Extra Fresh plus sizes as well as children’s styles. The comfortable fabrics, fit and style reflect carefree ease.
Laurel’s search for connectedness was evidenced in the jewelry she began to make for herself and wear – old coins, bones, and beads arranged into earrings and necklaces. Wearing them gave her a sense of belonging, if only to an exotic world of her own making. Fascinated by her adornments, people on the street began to ask her where she got them. Her creations became bridges to friendships and patrons. Through trading, selling, and giving them away, these artifacts found their way into the lives of people all across the country, and the phenomenon of collecting Laurel Burch began.
Woolrich has grown to a worldwide lifestyle company with a full range of outdoor-inspired products, from jackets and shirts to outdoor furniture . The company that provided blankets to the Union soldiers in the Civil War today keeps folks warm under its wonderful throws as they cuddle up by the fireplace. You can buy a wool jacket your great-great grandfather may have worn in the woods or a parka that’s all about the latest in advanced technology.
The Reyn Spooner tradition continues. A lot has changed since our earliest days on Waikiki Beach. Celebrities and Hawaii’s top surfers patronized the stand of Spooner’s of Waikiki. Known for our unique quality construction and custom prints for over 50 years. Our Classic collection includes our traditional Spooner Kloth, introduced in 1964, which has become the oxford cloth of the islands. Combining the cool comfort of combed cotton and the wrinkle free properties of spun poly it is guaranteed to give years of wash-n-wear durability. Proud of our island heritage and the people of Hawaii. We remain steadfast in our uncompromising dedication to quality and look forward to your continued patronage of our Classic Collection.
The Brighton name began in 1985 out of the heritage of well-tailored, finely crafted, refined men’s belts – which the company then sold to men’s stores. Over the yeras Brighton has expanded to include , women’s belts, wallets, key fobs, lipstick cases, card cases, cell phone cases, fine timepieces, signature fragrances, jewelry, gifts, sunglasses, footwear and much more.
Known for his charm, wit and perpetual tan, Tommy Bahama embodies the island life. An intrepid traveler, he speaks nine language fluently and can flirt in dozens more. Once, he caught a 200-pound yellowfin using only a cocunut shell, some broken sunglasses and the drawstring from his swim trunks.