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ROCKY MOUNTAIN FEATHERBED

ROCKY MOUNTAIN FEATHERBED

In the late 1960s, "Rocky Mountain Featherbed" was born at Jackson Hall in Wyoming, USA (commonly known as Cowboy States).
With reference to the leather cape created by the wisdom of Native Americans, a piece of seamless leather is used to complete the clothing for cowboys with the Western York icon.
That is a down vest that guarantees cold protection and heat retention like a duvet (FEATHERBED).

The founder, who graduated from NOLS (National Outdoor Leadership School), used his experience and survival skills to quickly adopt GORE-TEX® material, which was the best high-tech material at the time in 1974.
Completed a mountain parka with a single leather yoke specification.
It seemed like a leap forward, but unfortunately the brand disappeared in the late 1980s ...

Around the same time, a Japanese started collecting "Rocky Mountain Featherbed".
After 20 years of research and trial production, the reproduct that surpassed the original was completed in the fall of 2005.
Today, Thirty Five Summers has inherited certain values ​​such as a single piece of leather yoke and a collar made of natural mouton, while adding the essence of "modern" to a luxurious product unlike any other. Is producing.
And even now, it continues to fascinate people all over the world for generations.
To convey to more people the joy of gaining even more eternal value the moment you put it through your sleeves.