A Quality Partnership
We are excited about the newest additions to our partnership with Stanley, the first name in insulated bottles. This partnership brings together two iconic companies, both in business for over a century, with strong commitments to utility and quality. It adds some exciting new choices: a pour-over set for perfectly brewed camp coffee and a stackable insulated tumbler, perfect for your other favorite brews. Stanley is a wonderful company to work with and the results are, well, outstanding!
Let’s take a deep dive into the patterns, including two patterns that generate donations to worthy causes related to the Great Outdoors.
National Park Stripe
Pendleton Park Stripes celebrate America’s Treasures, with a portion of sales supporting the work of the National Park Foundation, the charitable partner to the National Park Service. Pendleton’s National Parks Collection helps to fund restoration and preservation projects, including the Grand Canyon Train Depot (still underway), the Many Glacier Hotel’s helical stairway (now completed) and the newest project, the Desert View Heritage Center.
See the entire collection: Pendleton for the National Parks
Each year, crews of firefighters fight wildfires throughout America, protecting private and public lands. Sales of Wildland Heroes products generate a donation to the Wildland Firefighter Foundation, which helps the families of firefighters who are killed in the line of duty, and assists injured firefighters and their families.
See products that support this cause here: Wildland Heroes
These two patterns join two more:
Is it a tartan, or is it a plaid? In this case, it’s both. Also known as ‘Old MacGregor’, The ‘Rob Roy’ tartan is not officially registered with the Society of Tartans, but is associated with Scottish folk hero Rob Roy MacGregor. It’s also known as Lumberjack Plaid, Buffalo Plaid, and Buffalo Check. Whatever you call it, this red and black check evokes the Great Outdoors like no other pattern.
Rob Roy blanket (and throw and more) here: The Rob Roy pattern
Yakima Camp stripes
Pendleton Camp stripes evoke the outdoors in colors that reflect Western landscapes: forests, lakes, river gorges, coastal crags, and the rich colors of the high desert. Pendleton’s camp blankets were based on the ombre-striped bedrolls used by cattle hands and shepherds. During the day, they were tightly rolled and tied to saddles or packs. At night, their warm wool made for cozy sleeping under the stars.
See all the stripes here: Yakima Camp Stripes
See the entire collection here: Stanley x Pendleton
Learn more about our partnership with the NPF here: Pendleton and the NPF
Read more about our latest project here: Desert View Heritage Center
Learn more here: Wildland Firefighter Foundation
All about Stanley: Stanley1913
Enjoy your time outdoors with Stanley and Pendleton, and thank you for taking us along.