Hells Canyon Duffle Coat by Pendleton

Words by Rolan Gregg

It’s freezing.  Walking through the streets of downtown Portland, you will be astonished by the amount of layering one person can achieve.  Scarves wrapped in flannel, over wool, and tucked into thick, bundled cotton.  If you’re looking for less layers and some stylish warmth, we’ve found a beautiful solution: Hells Canyon Duffle Coat by Pendleton. Made of wool and cotton, this coat’s cut and design fortify the battle against bluster just as much as the textiles keep things toasty.  The coat’s high neckline and streamlined hood offer up strategic protection from the dark season while the custom toggle buttons protect the hidden front zipper.  The Pinyon Stripe fabric that makes up the Hells Canyon Duffle Coat is distinctly Pendleton and linearly captivating.


If you’re in the Pacific NW, you can find the Hells Canyon Duffle Coat at Pendleton or Frances May.

Pendleton |  900 SW 5th Avenue, Portland, OR 97204

Frances May |  1013 SW Washington Street, Portland, OR 97205

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