We’ve rebuilt the shirt that built modern America.

$695.00 $347.00

Model is 6ft 2 / 189cm with a 40 inch / 101cm chest, and wears size Large.

  • Outer material made by one of the world’s oldest woollen mills
  • Built with warm and breathable super compact insulation
  • Triple stitched seams for durability

Lumberjacks built modern America. Four hundred years ago, when the first settlers arrived in Jamestown, Virginia – a land of “goodly tall trees” – it was man vs nature on an epic scale. Back then there was no radio-controlled machinery, computer-optimised log cutters or health and safety. It was 200 years before somebody invented the chainsaw.

Instead, lumberjacks built the New World’s first settlements by hand. Houses, forts, bridges and churches. And the men who said goodbye to civilisation built a culture of their own – one that celebrated hard labour, bravery, intuition and knowledge of the forest. Admired for their work ethic and physical fitness, they operated like clockwork, extolled the benefits of tackling dangerous tasks, and took pride in the quantity and quality of their work. And they did it all with some axes, saws and shirts.

170 years since it first appeared we’ve taken the lumberjack’s default uniform and rebuilt our own high-performance version, applying modern techniques to its original principles. Part shirt, part jacket the Lumberjacket is a phenomenally hardwearing outer layer that’s built for any adventure in the forest, country or city. It also has somewhere to hang your axe.

Technical Details

Outer material made in the UK: 100% wool
Synthetic insulation made in Italy: 50% recycled PET bottles, 50% polyester
Cordura lining
2 zipped hidden chest pockets
Chest pocket with storm flap and metal snap fastener
2 open side pockets
2 axe loops at the waist
Natural water repellency from the wool
Triple stitched seams for durability
Metal snap fasteners at cuffs
Wool sourced from New Zealand
Dry clean only
Jacket weighs 985 grams
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We’ve rebuilt the shirt that built modern America.

An iconic shirt was born

In the September 1894 edition of Munsey’s Magazine, one lumberjack explained exactly why a lumberjack’s most important possession was their shirt. “It’s a life fraught with many dangers. Falling trees and rolling logs have caused a long list of deaths; and it is on this account that the woodman’s outer garments are of the brightest colours, blue, green, red, and yellow being the more prominent. The men are thereby able to see one another more distinctly through the thick underbrush, and by a timely warning avert a great many dangers.”

SIze + Fit

The Lumberjacket is designed with a regular fit.

Fits chest 83 - 90 91 - 98 99 - 106 107 - 114 115 - 122 123 - 130
Fits waist 71 - 76 76 - 81 81 - 86 86 - 91 91 - 96 96 - 101
Fits chest 33 - 36 36 - 39 39 - 42 42 - 45 45 - 48 48 - 51
Fits waist 28 - 30 30 - 32 32 - 34 34 - 36 36 - 38 38 - 40