These vintage engineer boots were made by Chippewa. They have a Chippewa branded oil resistent sole, which appears almost unworn. They are tagged a 10 D and measure 12-1/2″ heel to toe, 4-1/8″ at the widest point and 18″ bottom of sole to top of shaft.
This vintage shirt jacket was made by the Chippewa Falls Woolen Mill Co. of Chhippewa Falls, Wisconsin in the 1930s. It bears their green bordered label used in that era, and was made for an outoorsman market- hunting or workwear.
This vintage jacket was made in the 1930s by the Chippewa Woolen Mills of Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin from 100% wool. The red and black plaid wool is more of a shirt jacket weight rather than the more common super heavy mackinaw wool you generally see in this cut. This one’s perfect for layering. It has patch pockets, a plain back, is unlined, and has an interesting Talon zipper, with a sunburst slider and stopbox, placing the date around 1937-38.
This vintage shirt was made in Wisconsin between 1933 and 1935 by the Chippewa Falls Woolen Mill under the Chippewa label. It is made of red and black wool, with long tails, buttoned breast pockets, and a extension tab or ” chinstrap ” collar stand. These shirts were popular workwear during the fall and winter months. The shirt bears a NRA Cotton Code (National Recovery Act) tag, which helps date it within a three year span.
Chest (pit to pit): 25″ (doubled = 50″)
Shoulder to shoulder: 21″
Sleeve (shoulder to cuff): 24″
Length (Base of collar to hem): 32″