When we founded CMMP in 2008 we made a commitment to be “Forever Made in USA.” We are now taking this dedication to made in USA to a new level with sourcing fabric from American Woolen Company (AWC). Founded in Lawrence, Massachusetts in 1899, AWC swiftly grew into the world’s largest wool manufacturer, operating over 60 mills and employing more than 40,000 people. Famed Italian luxury goods producer Loro Piana saved a Stafford Springs, CT site from ruin in 1988. In 2013, Jacob Harrison Long and a group of friends noticed markets shifting back toward sustainable goods. They envisioned a New England brand that could tap remaining local talent to produce natural fiber textiles close to home, further lowering the carbon footprint. They purchased the AWC trademark and then found the company’s new base of operations—the three campus cluster of mills in Stafford Springs, Connecticut previously owned by Loro Piana.
Our navy plaid topcoat is warm, durable and devastating. It's complete with our signature Tom Judd x CMMP crow lining.