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I have purchased jackets and vests from this store in Bemidji Minnesota. There product have been made for the loggers for a long time. They are reasonable priced selection for loggers quality woolens. They have a web site. The Voyaguer Jacket, towards the end of the on-line catalogue makes a nice final outerlayer for really crisp cold days in the stand. It comes in a 30 oz. 100% virgin wool and you can get it in a 4XL which is not showen on the web site. If you have questions call them and ask for Bill.

I have never worked for or receive any compensation for their products. This is just information for the board on another source for wool clothing.
They don't market much just build good to great products.

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I concur they are worth looking at. I have a couple of pieces and they are a good value.
 

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I'm thinking about placing an order or two in the near future. I had my heart set on a Filson cruiser for a while, then I realised how eliteist Filson is. They do charge too much. To get american made garments you need to get filson or bemidji. All of the others that I know of are made overseas. I might get the lumberjack jac-shirt for starters, then either get the canadian jacket or the north shore double layer mackinaw if the jac-shirt is nice.
 

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You may also want to take a look at the Beagle line of wool hunting clothing from Maine.
I bought the Benoit coat, a little pricey but top quality and they do stand behind their products.
www.beaglewear.com

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