In the late 1960s, Rocky Mountain Featherbed (RMFB) gave birth to Jackson Hall in Wyoming, USA. A reference to the leather cape created by the native American wisdom, a cowboy cloth for western york using a single leather without seams has been completed. That is a down vest that guarantees cold protection and heat retention like a duvet (feat). The founder who graduated from the NOLS (National Outdoor Leadership School) makes use of his experience and survival skills, and quickly adopts the Gore Tex® material, which was the highest high -tech material in 1974, and was one -piece leather yoke specification. The parka has been completed. It seemed that it would make a further leap, but unfortunately the brand disappeared in the late 1980s.
Around the same time, Teramoto, the representative of the Japanese apparel company Thurty Five Summers, started collecting RMFB, repeated research and prototypes over 20 years, and earned the RMFB trademark at the company in the fall of 2005. I also completed a more prominent reproxics. While inheriting certain value, such as leather yoke, a collar that uses natural mouton, it has also added an essence called “modern”, creating an unparalleled luxurious product.
And now, we continue to attract people around the world beyond generations.
Rocky Mountain Featherbed was founded in Jackson Hole in Wyoming known as "the Cowboy State", U.S.A., in the late 1960s. The company created its iconic down vest with a seamless single-piece leather yoke for cowboys. The idea of the yoke came from the leather capes that Native Americans were wearing. Its down vests became very famous for its cold-proof and heat-retaining features like those of feather beds. The founder of Rocky Mountain Featherbed is a pioneer of using GORE TEX® that was the most high -tech materials at that time. His outdoor knowledge learned at National Outdoor Leadership School and survival skills helped him to develop a GORE TEX® mountain parka with the leather yoke. It was thought that the brand would have been growing further, however, it ended up disappearing in the 1980s. 35 SUMMERS CO., LTD has succeeded in reproduction of the famous down vests in 2005 and even surpassed the original products after 20 years of research on the vintage Rocky Mountain Featherbed. Today, we produce unique luxury down products sustaining the solid value of the brand's original traditions, such as the yoke cut out of a single-piece of leather and the natural mouton collar, and adding contemporariness. Rocky Mountain Featherbed attracts many people in the world through generations. Our aim is to provide customers With Joy of Wearing The Timeless Value of Rocky Mountain Featherbed that CAN BE Immediately Felt WHEN PRODUCTS ARE PUT ON.