Harding Oxford Unisex Cloak

Black

First woven in the 1920s, this USA-made wool blanket has been one of Pendleton's most popular designs ever since Chief Joseph led the Nez Perce tribe native to northeastern Oregon in the late 1800s. Widely admired for protecting his people and speaking the truth, he is honored with this design, symbolizing bravery. Bold arrowheads represent the chief's courage, strength and integrity.

Harding Oxford Unisex Cloak Harding Oxford Unisex Cloak

Harding Oxford Unisex Cloak

Black

First woven in the 1920s, this USA-made wool blanket has been one of Pendleton's most popular designs ever since Chief Joseph led the Nez Perce tribe native to northeastern Oregon in the late 1800s. Widely admired for protecting his people and speaking the truth, he is honored with this design, symbolizing bravery. Bold arrowheads represent the chief's courage, strength and integrity.

Size Guide

Size PS OS
Height Under 5'4" 5'4" - 5'11"
Shoulder to shoulder flat 21" 21"
Bust flat 26" 26"
Bottom opening flat 30" 30"
Highest shoulder point to front hem 36" 38"
Highest shoulder point to back hem 38"
Sleeve length
(Shoulder to sleeve hem)
27" 29"

We offer custom sizing upon request. Please email info@lindseythornburg.com for any additional sizing or custom sizing inquiries.

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Fully lined hooded cloak with a straight fit, raglan sleeves, welt patch pockets and four horn toggle closures.

Lindsey Thornburg allocates a portion of sales to Native American organizations, such as Chizh for Cheii, NDN Collective and Seeding Sovereignty.

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

First woven in the 1920s, this USA-made wool blanket has been one of Pendleton's most popular designs ever since Chief Joseph led the Nez Perce tribe native to northeastern Oregon in the late 1800s. Widely admired for protecting his people and speaking the truth, he is honored with this design, symbolizing bravery. Bold arrowheads represent the chief's courage, strength and integrity.