In 1830, John Rich built his first woolen mill in Plum Run, Pennsylvania. From his mule cart, he sold his woolen fabrics to loggers, miners, rivermen and hunters. In 1845, Rich moved the mill to what is now Woolrich, Pennsylvania, and today, it is the site of the longest continuously running woolen mill in the U.S.
Fusing old with new and east with west, Woolrich and Huckberry teamed up to re-cast Woolrich's classic blanket with vibrant colors inspired by San Francisco's drifting fog, Yosemite's soaring granite cathedrals, and the Pacific Ocean's stunning sunsets. See you out there.