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Woolrich Inc. passes the torch

May 15, 2013

WOOLRICH — There’s a new energy at Woolrich Inc., the “original outdoor clothing company....

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Justin1

May-15-13 1:17 PM

I like going to the factory clearance sale and getting jackets for 25 bucks then going into the store and finding the same exact item for 200. I'm pretty sure 80% of my shirts for work say woolrich and cost 5 bucks. Thank you Woolrich for giving back to the community in this way!

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nobud74

May-15-13 8:26 AM

I am happy to hear they are going to bring back the made in America products. They cost more but last much longer and help our own economy. It is tough to find American made clothing and usually it is only available on line, certainly not in a store around here. Well done!

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slickthedryfly

May-15-13 7:05 AM

I was in a store and I saw some woolrich clothing, and on the tag it said "made in china",

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Tedeaux

May-15-13 2:34 AM

You want to make the hard decisions? Partner up with the oil industry and start making fire retardant clothing for the oil industry in Woolrich, PA! The sale price is high and it is a sustainable market. By partnering with the oil industry it is a win win situation for both sides. Monitary support for local industry that uses American workers keeping a traditional business alive while creating a necessary product and buying goodwill with the local folks.

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