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  1. Clam Extreme Parka - Blue/Black

    Clam Extreme Parka - Blue/Black

    Regular Price: $219.99

    Special Price: $131.95

    For over 30 years Clam Outdoors has stood for the best in outdoor gear. The Clam name means dependable, durable, and tough. That’s important, because no one wants to be out in the field or on the ice and have a problem with their gear. Quality is the top priority at Clam, and it’s reflected in everything they make. Learn More
  2. Clam Extreme Parka - Red/Black

    Clam Extreme Parka - Red/Black

    Regular Price: $219.99

    Special Price: $131.95

    For over 30 years Clam Outdoors has stood for the best in outdoor gear. The Clam name means dependable, durable, and tough. That’s important, because no one wants to be out in the field or on the ice and have a problem with their gear. Quality is the top priority at Clam, and it’s reflected in everything they make. Learn More
  3. Alpha Industries MA-1 Flight Jacket - Black

    Alpha Industries MA-1 Flight Jacket

    3.5 Overall Rating
    $135.00

    In November 1959, Wynn helped Alpha take over the sublease on a small factory space on 11th Street in downtown Knoxville from the Levi Strauss Company, a space which had been previously used by Dobbs Industries. After Wynn helped Gelber arrange for the lease of sewing equipment and skilled operators, Alpha Industries was ready to begin production. While Samuel Gelber began to bid on Department of Defense contracts for Alpha, Wynn arranged a subcontracting agreement to manufacture the MA-1 flight jacket so that Alpha's 35 employees would have immediate work. It was only one month later, in December 1959, that Alpha Industries received its first Department of Defense contracts. Learn More
  4. Alpha Industries CWU 45/P Flight Jacket - Black

    Alpha Industries CWU 45/P Flight Jacket

    5 Overall Rating
    $135.00

    In November 1959, Wynn helped Alpha take over the sublease on a small factory space on 11th Street in downtown Knoxville from the Levi Strauss Company, a space which had been previously used by Dobbs Industries. After Wynn helped Gelber arrange for the lease of sewing equipment and skilled operators, Alpha Industries was ready to begin production. While Samuel Gelber began to bid on Department of Defense contracts for Alpha, Wynn arranged a subcontracting agreement to manufacture the MA-1 flight jacket so that Alpha's 35 employees would have immediate work. It was only one month later, in December 1959, that Alpha Industries received its first Department of Defense contracts. Learn More
  5. Columbia Men's Powderkeg II Interchange Jacket - Black

    Columbia Men's Powderkeg II Interchange Jacket

    5 Overall Rating

    Regular Price: $280.00

    Special Price: $139.95

    At the helm for over 40 years has been our Chairman, Gert Boyle. Her Tough Mother persona has grown Columbia into the global sportswear company that it is today - still based in Portland, still making no-nonsense apparel and footwear to keep you WARM, DRY, COOL and PROTECTED no matter what. Our unique Pacific Northwest heritage and Boyle family irreverence is what sets us apart from the competition. Learn More
  6. Alpha Industries CWU Pilot Jacket - Sage/Black

    Alpha Industries CWU Pilot Jacket

    $180.00

    In November 1959, Wynn helped Alpha take over the sublease on a small factory space on 11th Street in downtown Knoxville from the Levi Strauss Company, a space which had been previously used by Dobbs Industries. After Wynn helped Gelber arrange for the lease of sewing equipment and skilled operators, Alpha Industries was ready to begin production. While Samuel Gelber began to bid on Department of Defense contracts for Alpha, Wynn arranged a subcontracting agreement to manufacture the MA-1 flight jacket so that Alpha's 35 employees would have immediate work. It was only one month later, in December 1959, that Alpha Industries received its first Department of Defense contracts. Learn More

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