The Wind River Range (or "Winds" for short), is a mountain range of the Rocky Mountains in western Wyoming. The range runs roughly NW–SE for approximately 100 mi (160 km). Indigenous peoples of the Great Basin, such as the Shoshones and Absarokas (Crow) Native Americans, lived in the range beginning 7000 and 9000 years ago in villages as high as 10,000 ft (3,000 m) in elevation. The Wind River Range can get very cold and windy. Your working ranch in the foothills of Mt. Gannet boasts miles of barbed wire and fence posts to keep the horses and steer at bay. Working there you need your sturdy companion, one that will guard you from the elements. Meet our new Wind River Jacket. The Sundance Kid Jacket of the mountains. Made from a tough Waxed Cotton exterior with soft insulated flannel inside, and cut waist length for ease of movement. It’s a good life and a great Jacket. It exudes confidence, I’d consider it.
Very warm and comfortable yet rugged and surprisingly light weight for its warmth.
Matt C., Huffman, Texas
Great jacket Fits comfortably and looks good. Nice material and warm.
richard s., grosse pointe, Michigan
Great fit and feel light weight but warm. Collar height perfect good movement and flexibility.
Jeff c., Sacramento, California