Woolrich, Inc. manufactures and sells outdoor clothing and furniture. The company provides long-sleeve shirts, short-sleeve shirts, polo shirts, sweaters, pants, shorts, and coats and parkas; gift cards; and accessories, such as hats, gloves, scarves, belts, watches, and wallets for men and women, as well as vests for men. It also offers hoodies and sweatshirts, shorts and capris, dresses and skirts, and pajamas and slippers; and accessories that include bags, totes and purses, hats, and jewelry for women. In addition, the company provides woolen blankets for use in civil wars and military; and footwear, such as shoes and boots, slippers, and socks for men and women. It serves customers thro...
2 Mill Street
PO Box 189
Woolrich, PA 17779
Founded in 1830
Woolrich, Inc. Unveils First North American Store in New York
Sep 25 14
Woolrich, Inc. announced the opening of their first standalone retail space in North America. Located at 125 Wooster Street in New York's SoHo neighborhood, the two-level will carry men's and women's clothing and accessories from the brand's contemporary collection, Woolrich John Rich & Bros. It will also feature men' wear from the designer label Woolrich Woolen Mills. The move marks a significant step for the company's international retail expansion, which follows the recent opening of three European stores in Hamburg, Sylt and Prague. The SoHo is designed as a contemporary retrospective of the company's 184-year history. Vintage items from the original Pennsylvania mill, including wool-production tools, swatch cards, catalogues and various garments from the historical Woolrich archive, decorate the space. The 1,400-square foot ground floor features antique windows and furniture, recovered from an old hardware store, while the 500-square-foot basement level is designed as a contemporary "Woolrich Men's Club" which will double as an event space. The ground floor will highlight the Woolrich John Rich & Bros. collection_notably, the full range of iconic Arctic Parkas which is finally available in the U.S. for both men and women. The basement level will house the brands' made-in-America product, including blankets and bags and the Mark McNairy-designed Woolrich Woolen Mills collection.