1995 Patagonia Pile-Lined Canvas Nuevo Range Coat, Spruce (S/M)

Sale price$199.00
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• Season/Year: Mid-Late 1990s (Approx. 1995)
• Color/Print Name: Unknown
• Made in Costa Rica
• Tag Size: S
• Best fits a Mens S/M, Womens M/L
• Pit to pit: 23in
• Base of the back collar to bottom: 29in
• Pit to end of sleeve: 23in

Condition Rating: B-
Notes: A rare vintage Patagonia Pile-Lined Canvas Chore Coat in very good preowned condition with signs of heavy wear. Features a relaxed/oversized fit.

“Range coats were popular among cowboys in the 1890s. Made from heavy cotton canvas, they were often lined with cuttings from old blankets. Using this 19th century coat as an inspiration, we designed a more comfortable pattern and made the coat out of 20th century materials. The shell is a 76% cotton/24% nylon blend. Cotton canvas is tough by itself but nylon brings the tear and abrasion strength up to barbed wire capacity. Rather than use an old blanket for the lining, we used a melton Synchilla® fleece in a pattern taken from a Navajo serape acquired by William Randolph Hearst in 1903. Wide wale corduroy lines the collar and cuffs. Y-Joint™ sleeves (with a lightweight 5-oz. Synchilla lining) and anatomically-shaped elbows free your arms. It's got four outside pockets and a zippered pocket inside for valuables. The studs carry the Lost Arrow insignia. All seams are triple stitched. Imported” (Patagonia, Fall 1993).

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