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Harvester Overshirt in Earth



Color: Earth



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A water-resistant, stretch corduroy overshirt—inspired by Roald Amundsen’s 1911 Antarctic expedition

There’s often just as much value in tradition as in the latest headline-grabbing tech. Just look at the story of Roald Amundsen. When he became the first explorer ever to reach the South Pole in 1911, he got there wearing traditional Inuit furs, while sailing over the snow on the latest skis from Europe. It’s that split view—one eye to the future, and one locked on the past—that Jørgen Amundsen, a member of Roald’s family, took as inspiration for Amundsen Outdoor Sports. The Harvester Overshirt is unlike any corduroy overshirt we’ve ever seen. With stretch, water-resistant corduroy made by a French mill that’s been around since 1794, it perfectly balances heritage looks with technical performance. And the wool fleece lining from Pontetorto, Italy makes it an ideal, sharp-looking option for heading out into the bitter cold.

  • Stretch, water-resistant corduroy fabric from a French mill that’s been in business since 1794
  • Wool fleece lining from Pontetorto, Italy for toasty warmth
  • Hand warmer pockets for fighting cold temps
  • Chest patch pocket for quickly stashing EDC
  • Wool fleece-lined collar for keeping the cold off your neck
  • Ideal for layering over a sweater or wearing on its own
  • Lined sleeves for comfort against the skin and easy on/off
  • Metal button front
  • Metal button sleeves

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