HD Wool Apparel Insulation is partnering with Orvis, the family-owned and operated outdoor retailer specializing in fly-fishing gear, dog products and active lifestyle apparel, in the development of its Anchorage Pieced Field Jacket now available in Orvis retail stores and online.
Orvis used fabric from three renowned British companies, with more than three centuries of experience between them to create this extraordinary jacket that protects from the cold and damp. The outer shell is a weather-resistant classic waxed cotton from Scotland’s Halley Stevensons who specialize in rugged, densely woven fabrics. The bottom paneling is a warm plaid from West Yorkshire’s Abraham Moon & Sons, one of the last remaining vertical woolen mills in Great Britain. The wool-insulated, quilted interior, made with British-based HD Wool Apparel Insulation, adds an extra layer of warmth in a weight that feels just right.
Developed for outdoor and lifestyle apparel, HD Wool Apparel Insulation is 100 percent natural, renewable, and exceptionally durable. Furthering its excellent temperature regulating and moisture management properties, HD Wool Apparel Insulation supports farmers to start the ReGenerative Agricultural process by having their land subjected to an annual Ecological Outcome Verification set forth by the Savory Institute to show progress in Land to Market objectives. HD Wool Apparel Insulation is the first Global Supply Chain partner of the Savory Institute. Additionally, the hand selected British wool that is used to make HD Wool Apparel Insulation is traceable back to a farm group upon which it is grown and sourced via The Woolkeepers, the company’s bespoke quality assurance platform.
For more information, visit www.orvis.com