Penfield was launched 1975 in Massachusetts to meet the climate demands of New England and for men who love the outdoors.

I have had the privilege on several occasions to visit New England, which enjoys 4 distinct seasons: bitter cold winters; late yet pleasant springs; hot, humid summers; and cool but colorful autumns.

For this reason, Penfield garments consist of down-filled jackets, fleece, and outerwear.

For spring/summer 2010, Penfield has prepared the best in classic design and quality, paying close attention to detail.

Oxford Shirts: Kerman & Newhall
The Newhall Oxford shirt features contrast oxford lining details and 2 button-down chest pockets. It is available in 3 colorways: black, navy and tan. The Kerman Oxford shirt features contrast gingham lining details, a classic chest pocket and is also available in 3 colorways: blue, pink and white.

Chambray Shirts: Campbell & Durham
The Durham Chambray shirt features 2 button-down chest pockets with a 7-button front closure while the Campbell Chambray shirt features a zip-through hooded shirt and a classic chest pocket. Both shirts are available in black or blue.

Spring Plaid Shirts: Tompkins

The Tompkins Plaid shirt is available in red, blue and yellow. A short sleeve version of the Tompkins is also available for the summer: check out the Alameda Plaid shirt.
Photos 2010 s/s collection Copyright Penfield.
 
 
 
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