The Woolrich clothing company has come a long way since the early 1800s, when founder John Rich sold yard goods and socks to logging camps from the back of a mule cart. In 1830, he built America’s first woolen mill in Pennsylvania and it wasn’t long before Woolrich jackets and blankets became a household name in home goods and sporting apparel. Over the decades, the company has enhanced its woolens and other fabrics with new textures, dying techniques and washes, all designed to improve performance and comfort for today's discriminating consumer. Now, after ne ... Learn more about Woolricharly two centuries, Woolrich clothing -- including the legendary buffalo plaid Woolrich shirt -- is still sought after by people who love spending time in the great outdoors. ... Less
Reviewed by photojon from Chicago suburbs on Tuesday, May 5, 2015
Nice colors. I have the red one. Good fit, and the cooling vents are a welcome addition to set this shirt apart. Fabric might be a little stiff for being intensely active, but fine for a walk on a warm day, or an evening out in the summer.
Reviewed by Ridgemom from Ridgefield, Washington on Monday, May 4, 2015
Overall, soft and comfortable; like a lightweight sweatshirt. I agree with other reviews that there is a slight flare to the bottom of this hoody, but it is not unflattering. I loved the color, but be aware that the dye is designed to fade and the garment will lose color after the first wash. Looks like it will continue to fade.