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Save $199 on This Jacket from a Once-Defunct Wyoming Brand

Archival designs revived by a Japanese collector in 2005.

Todd Snyder

Active from the late ‘60s to the ‘80s, Rocky Mountain Featherbed produced a range of hard-wearing outerwear for cowboys and ranchers in Wyoming. The brand then disappeared for nearly two decades until a Japanese collector revived the label in 2005. Utilizing archival designs, it expanded in Japan and is now offered at a range of American men’s retailers like Mr Porter and Todd Snyder.

A great garment is the Liner Down Jacket, a collaboration with Todd Snyder, which features classic styling with a nylon shell, down insulation and a double zip with snap buttons. Now 40 percent off, you can pick this jacket up for less than $300. Not only is it a cool piece of outerwear, it’s also got a great backstory.

Buy Now: $498 $299

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