You don’t need a claim to gold in the Yukon, or even a subscription to Field & Stream, to get off on the oil-finished twill travel bags and the classic, black-and-red checkered, four-pocket Mackinaw Cruiser jackets that were this Seattle company’s stock in trade way before Eddie Vedder thought of moving to Seattle and wearing plaid. (To be more precise: the Cruiser started a craze among trappers and hunters in 1914.) These days, the woodsy showroom offers pleasingly just-so cold weather gear for fussy, design-conscious fishermen and women along with built-to-last field bags, thick wool blankets, and cardigans suitable for accountants and other non-outdoorspeople.

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