The material known as Duck Cotton sauntered into the grain of American folklore in the early 19th century, churning from the Eastern mills, feeding into town and valley in those condensed United States. It established itself as the practical fabric for hardworking Americans. The woven, leather-tough material clothed ranchers, metal-workers, soldiers, and frontiersmen all those who put themselves out there, colliding with the titan force of the natural world.
Ultimately, Duck Cotton means durability, and its variety of applications from pants to hammocks and ship sails parallels the strength and multiplicity of character found in the American adventure tradition. Whether it be a pitched tent, walled in a Montana plain; or a luffing sail pitched into a headwind on the desert sea, Duck Cotton products help us engage in the homeric wrestle between man and nature.
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