Pendleton Brownsville Shearling Jacket
Pendleton Brownsville Shearling Collar Coat - Sunset River
Pendleton Brownsville Shearling Collar Coat has been an iconic winter piece. The coat is named for the Brownsville Woolen Mill, which was the first mill in the Northwest managed by the founder of Pendleton, Thomas Kay. Made in the Sunset River design in jacquard wool, this jacket keeps you warm all winter long while being a timeless classic.
A Hopi legend tells of a boy who didn’t know his father. His Grandmother told him to ask Sun. The boy crushed shells and threw them into the sky to make the Milky Way, and followed it to Sun’s house. “Who is my father?” he asked. Sun frowned. “You have much to learn.” The boy fell back to Earth. He sailed a cottonwood box to where two rivers join. A rattlesnake joined him and they traveled west to the sunset, where a meteor fell into the sea. They asked it for a ride to Sun’s house. Again, the boy asked, “Who is my father?” Sun smiled. “I think I am.”
All-over pattern coat in USA 82% wool, 18% cotton. Genuine sheep shearling collar. Fully lined. Pattern is placed.