The Pendleton Company has a rich and interesting history not unlike so many enduring American Brands that are still popular today.
Throughout the 20th century, many clothing trends have emerged from workwear and transitioned into the fashion mainstream.
In the 1950's and 1960's the shirts have a different pattern matching on the pockets and they also added an additional collar lining.
The shirt tags began to display sizing in the bottom right corner.
The high quality of the fiber created a more wrinkle resistant collton and was more elastic and stain resistant, well insulating and more absorbent.
The wool also allowed for breathability and had a softer texture making it more comfortable to wear.