Fossil Springs Classic Cloak

A made-in-America wool blanket in a pattern inspired by the powerful waters of Fossil Springs in Arizona's Coconino National Forest. Every minute, 20,000 gallons of calcium-laden water pour from the base of a 1,600-ft deep canyon, laying down deposits of travertine limestone and creating fossils that inspire the area's name. In the center of this pattern, the springs surge to the surface, flowing out to fuel the wild waters of Fossil Creek. 

Fossil Springs Classic Cloak Fossil Springs Classic Cloak

Fossil Springs Classic Cloak

A made-in-America wool blanket in a pattern inspired by the powerful waters of Fossil Springs in Arizona's Coconino National Forest. Every minute, 20,000 gallons of calcium-laden water pour from the base of a 1,600-ft deep canyon, laying down deposits of travertine limestone and creating fossils that inspire the area's name. In the center of this pattern, the springs surge to the surface, flowing out to fuel the wild waters of Fossil Creek. 

Size Guide

Height Bust
PS 5'4" and under 29"-48"
OS 5'5" and above 20"-48"
Custom Above 5'10" 49"+
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Hotel Jerome is pleased to introduce an exclusive collection of curated Lindsey Thornburg Cloaks available only in our Residential Suites. Each suite will feature a selection of cloaks which have been thoughtfully selected for Hotel Jerome and handcrafted in Lindsey’s New York City atelier. The cloaks are available for guests to wear during their stay, with the option to add to their permanent collection.

Bell shaped hooded cloak with welt patch pockets and 3 toggle closure.

Unnapped Pendleton blankets: 82% Wool, 18% Cotton. Wool Cashmere facings and Silk Rayon peachskin lining.

A made-in-America wool blanket in a pattern inspired by the powerful waters of Fossil Springs in Arizona's Coconino National Forest. Every minute, 20,000 gallons of calcium-laden water pour from the base of a 1,600-ft deep canyon, laying down deposits of travertine limestone and creating fossils that inspire the area's name. In the center of this pattern, the springs surge to the surface, flowing out to fuel the wild waters of Fossil Creek.