Saturday, December 10, 2011

Penfield Holiday Delivery


   Welcome back Penfield!  The Massachusetts native steps in strong for your winter needs, showcasing classic styles mixed with new silhouettes as well. The jackets are listed in order of the write up.

  The Stapleton is one of our most celebrated styles, the Stapleton jacket is constructed in our tough 60/40 Cotton Nylon, with an 80/20 down fill providing additional warmth for the winter season. This winter’s Stapleton has been updated with a zip on the center front that, combined with tough metal snaps, provides improved shelter from the elements and lower hand-warmer pockets with arrowheads reinforcing the corners. The leather shoulder yoke gives the jacket added strength and durability, a distinctive Penfield feature on a rugged style available this season in our authentic 70’s Red Oxide colorway.

  The Ottawa is the perfect choice for serious outdoor exploration. Functional details, breathable yet resistant fabric and plenty of room for storage make this jacket a great all-rounder.  Featuring a fully adjustable peaked hood, waist cinch and a double closure front storm flap, the Ottowa provides comfort in a number of situations. The seven front utility pockets provide plenty of storage, while a large poachers pocket on the back is perfect for those bulkier items.

  The Walpole is a light and weatherproof trail jacket, the Walpole is designed to provide maximum comfort in the great outdoors. Combining our water resistant and windproof Hudson Wax fabric with a traditional plaid lining and a soft corduroy collar, the Walpole is the perfect jacket for the changeable months leading into winter.

  The Kasson Tweed's hood protects your face with its built-in peak, warm plaid lining and leather cord adjusters. The inner waist cinch keeps the front of the jacket looking clean and leaves more space for the four front pockets. The front is secured with a snap down storm flap and two-way zip, while cuffs feature Velcro adjusters for staying warm. A large game pocket is accessible via side-entry at the back of the jacket.

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