This hoodie is our salute to the Oregon Timber industry and features a Cross cutt saw design with our logo. Timber has had its ups and downs in Oregon history. Though a roaring industry through the 1920s, the Great Depression hit logging hard. By 1931, most mills operated at less than half capacity. The war economy of the 1940s increased both demand and production in the middle of a wartime. Women worked sawmills in great numbers during World War II, and the postwar construction boom kept jobs plentiful. Environmental devastation followed logging operations. By the 1950s, timber companies promoted the “conversion” of old-growth forest into fast-growing stands. They sold the idea of clear-cutting whole regions as a “scientifically sound” practice. Companies at the time also dramatically increased the use of chemicals to control brush and undergrowth. Weak state and federal laws left forests open to exploitation. Strong laws protecting Oregon’s forests began in the 1970s with a ban on DDT and herbicides 2, 4, 5-T. The timber industry has a rich history in Oregon and we support sustainable logging.
Made with soft, mid weight fleece and generous fit for comfort. Features a jersey lined hood, heavy gauge drawcord with metal eyelets and 1x1 ribbing at cuffs and waistband.
- 8.5 oz (280 gm) cotton/polyester blend fleece
- Solid Colors & Gunmetal Heather: 80% Cotton/20% Polyester with 100% cotton 20 singles face yarn for supreme print ability and softness
- Grey Heather: 75% Cotton/25% Polyester
- All other Heather Colors: 55% Cotton/45% Polyester (Charcoal Heather, Classic Navy Heather, Royal Heather, Army Heather, Kelly Green Heather)
- jersey lined hood
- split stitch double needle sewing on all seams
- twill neck tape
- 1x1 ribbing at cuffs & waistband
- metal eyelets
- standard fit