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Buy The Ranger’s Uniform Sweater - 25th Anniversary Edition - Olive

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$288.00

DETAILS

SOFT ENOUGH TO WEAR COMFORTABLY AGAINST YOUR SKIN. It’s rare to find a sweater that feels both beefy and is ultra-soft. Extra fine Merino wool makes this so. Zero itch guaranteed. 

THICK, ROBUST, AND DURABLE. This is not a “handle-with-care” sweater…it’s a piece of equipment built to perform in tough environments and handle whatever weather.

THE IDEAL EVERYDAY SWEATER – looks great, feels great, has excellent thermal management, and serves equally well as an outer layer or mid-layer.

TOPS OFF ANY PANT AND SHIRT COMBINATION. You won’t find yourself wondering what this sweater “goes with.” You put it on, it holds its shape and everything else falls in place.

TRUE TO SIZE…but size up if you’re planning on piling on layers underneath. 

LIMITED EDITION – Our 25th Anniversary Ranger's Uniform Sweater is a limited production run, each is marked with a unique serial number identifier. 

The Ranger's Uniform Sweater was commissioned in 1995 by The Trustees of Reservations, Ipswich, Ma., the oldest conservation land trust in America, founded by Charles Eliot, in 1891. Their requirements were exacting. For it to be adopted as part of the Ranger’s Uniform, it had to be practical and serve double duty…as a layering piece but sturdy and warm enough to go it alone in the winters of the Massachusetts coastline. 


Read the Ranger's Uniform Sweater story here -> 

  • VIDEO & sizing
  • shipping and returns
  • OUr guarantee
  • our story

Shipping


We don’t use a 3rd. fulfillment house to process your order. We pick, pack and ship all orders ourselves from our own warehouse. If we receive your order by 12pm PST, we usually ship it to you that day. Otherwise it will ship on the following business day.


On occasion, we'll be out living our Atlantic Rancher life and shipments might be delayed by a day or two. If and when that happens, we will reach out and let you know. 

Refunds


If for whatever you aren’t happy with your purchase from Atlantic Rancher, you may return it to us in like-new condition within 30-days of purchase and we’ll process a refund for the full purchase price of the item(s) being returned. Please be sure to follow the Returns policy and process.


Returns after the normal 30-day window are for store credit only. 



Returns 


Returns are easy, but please follow our process. Email us at orders@atlanticrancher.com, include your order number in the subject line and tell us what you'd like to return and why. We'll review your return request and email you a RMA (return merchandise authorisation) with the return-to shipping address. Please be sure to package your item(s) thoughtfully so goods aren’t damaged in the process. Select and use the carrier of your choice as return shipping is not covered by us. Please select “signature required” to ensure your return package is receipt confirmed.


We’ll let you know via email when your package has been received, inspected and your refund is issued. Refunds usually take 5-10 business days to process.

Customer Reviews

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T. (Dallas, US)
I hate sweaters but not this one!!!

It isn't cold enough here in TX to really give this a workout but I have been enjoying it around the house to try it out.
All of the features that the video describes are what make me enjoy it. Even the elbow patches are in the correct location. From the collar to the fit of the back this will be a workhorse. The material is comfortable enough to wear against your skin w/o itching. I am excited for lower temps to enjoy what this has to offer.

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Chris Allemang (Seattle, US)
Absolutely incredible sweater- wow!!

Where to begin... So I order this sweater as a gift for my husband (which was a complete gamble since he loves the ones he currently has) and realized once it was delivered that I had inadvertently ordered a medium instead of a large for him.

Realizing my mistake, I reached out to the company and immediately heard back from the owners who were SO fun and super responsive/encouraging. Encouraging, you ask? Whelp, I made the mistake of trying on the medium before I would send it back for the exchange and was 100% blown away- unbelievably comfortable/gorgeous/warm sweater that I did NOT want to take off. Seriously. The mere though of taking it off at bedtime actually caused physical pain. The owners, understanding my plight because they are quite familiar with how great the sweater is, gently encouraged my to consider keeping the medium for myself and purchasing another in large for my husband. They (rightly) pointed out that winters get rough in the north Cascades and assured me I wouldn’t regret it.

And my husband... what a colossal win there! Big score- he LOVES it and loves it on me, too! I’m telling you, if you live in a cold area or just a cool a wet area like the PNW buy this sweater if it’s still available in your size!! Think seriously about getting one for your wife, too ;). These sweaters are heirloom-quality pieces that will last a lifetime!

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Jeffrey Weathers (Ashburn, US)
Rugged Luxury

The beauty of this item is the luxury of merino wool with the rugged look of padded elbows. Kept me as warm as can be while camping.

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Jeffrey S (Tappan, US)
Flawless construction

This one replaces my original sweater which unfortunately “disappeared” some years ago. So excited to see this one come around again. Just as I remembered. Not one stitch out of place, robust but not itchy. Fit is spot on for me. Just have to wait for the nasty cold weather to catch up.

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B.M. (Chicago, US)
Best sweater ever

I have had this seater since the late 90’s. Have hunted and worn all over the Great Northwoods of Minnesota. Water resistant, rugged and warm. Still looks like new.

The Ranger's Uniform Sweater Story

                                                                  Why would anyone call this a “uniform sweater?” 

Well, because that’s precisely how it came to be…commissioned in 1995 by The Trustees of Reservations, Ipswich, Ma., the oldest conservation land trust in America, founded by Charles Eliot, in 1891. Their requirements were exacting. For it to be adopted as part of the Ranger’s Uniform, it had to be practical and serve double duty…as a layering piece but sturdy and warm enough to go it alone in the winters of the Massachusetts coastline. Simple enough? Not exactly. It took us well over a dozen prototypes to get The Ranger’s Uniform Sweater approved by then Ranger, Dave Rimmer.


It all starts with a hardy and naturally water resistant, 7ga yarn spun from 100% Extafine Merino wool. The entire sweater is “fully fashioned” (odd term as it has nothing to do with fashion) which means that every panel of the sweater is engineered to fit and conform to the curves and measurements of its adjoining components. This is most noticeable where the body meets the armhole, the neck, the shoulder and of course as it tapers to the waist. What’s the alternative and how are most sweaters made? Cut-and-Sew…which is akin to using a cookie cutter to form a loaf of bread.


The most distinctive and perhaps the most functional part of the Ranger’s Uniform Sweater is inset bi-swing shoulder gusset hidden between the shoulder blade and sleeve. It’s made of lighter gage yarn that expands naturally with the movement of the arm and shoulder. We’ve yet to come across a sweater that has this feature! 


The collar is asymmetrical, so it lays perfectly flat at the shoulder-neck point and widens slightly as it comes to the front. The cuff and waist are doubled and 4 needle flat-lock stitched…they’ll never stretch out. And the elbow patches are, of course, made from our proprietary DryHandle®, 100% cotton weatherproof fabric.


Said and done, this sweater is built for endurance…a 1x1 Jersey knit with dense, tightly spun yarns, it has a smooth, non-scratchy hand feel that will wear like chainmail. It will not pill or stretch out. And because of merino wool’s exceptional and complex fiber make up, this sweater is naturally water repellent, moving all moisture to the surface where it naturally evaporates, keeping you warm and dry.


We are reintroducing this legendary piece of gear to commemorate our 25th Anniversary. 

Each piece will carry this commemorative label, each marked with its unique serial number identifier.



Details:

• 25th Anniversary Edition, each sweater marked with its unique serial number identifier

• 7ga, 100% Extrafine Merino wool yarn

• Half cardigan stitch

• Fully fashioned throughout

• Inset, bi-swing shoulder gussets with contrast yarn

• Asymmetrical collar

• Doubled sleeve cuffs and waist hem

• Quilted elbow patches made of DryHanle® zig-zag stitched for durability




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People Usually Ask

1. Where are your products made?

All of our shirts, pants, outerwear, sweater, belts and moccasins are made in Portugal, mostly in the same shops we've been working with for over 25 years. Our hand-sewn leather goods, hats and a few other items are made in America. 

2. How would you describe the fit of your clothes?

Our fit is what we call contemporary, meaning they're not overly baggy or boxy, but have ample room and freedom of movement. Also, our outerwear is uninsulated, or very lightly insulated. It's cut with enough room to allow you to layer underneath, with a sweater, a vest or even a light down-filled jacket. For us, layering is always the way to go!

3. Will your shirts and pants shrink after washing?

Simple answer is no. All of our shirts and pants are pre-shrunk. At most you will experience a 2% shrink factor after washing and drying. 

4. What is DryHandle®?

Dryhandle® is a 100% cotton, weatherproof fabric that we develop in 1995. Starting with 100% long-staple Egyptian cotton the thread is very tightly woven resulting in a fabric so dense that it's thornproof and, even at this stage, surpasses the U.S. government test for rainwear. The fabric is then impregnated through the proprietary DryHandle® process which irreversibly transforms the cotton fibers themselves to make them inherently water-resistant and stain-resistant. Unlike oiled or waxed cotton fabrics, DryHandle® is extremely lightweight, has no odor, won't stain other clothing or upholstery and resists stains from hard use and long wear. Despite being water-resistant, the weave contains millions of microscopic pores that vent moisture, making DryHandle® garments exceptionally breathable and comfortable to wear. 

5. How long does delivery usually take?

Orders received by 2pm PST are usually shipped the same day. In most cases we ship via USPS Priority Package, and orders to the East Coast typically arrive in 4 days or less. West of The Mississippi orders arrive in 2-3 days. 

6. How do i reach the founder of the company?

Easy! You can email him (that would be me, Engle) at engle@atlanticrancher.com or you can call me at 206-919-0943. I am around most of the time, but i miss you, I'll get back to you as soon as I can. 

7. If an item is out of stock will you let me when it's available again?

We maintain an active "wait list." So when you send a message asking to be notified when the item, color and size becomes available, we actually do something worthwhile with your request. We catalog your request and email you once the item becomes available again. 

8. Who writes your copy and are the stories true?

The answer to the first part of this question is: me, Engle Saez, founder of the company. For part #2...there's an old adage that applies here: "you can't make this shit up." And I will just say that the stories I tell are as true as I can make them and as accurate as my memory allows. That's a true story...

9: Where did the name Atlantic Rancher come from?

The origins of our company's name is a long story, one will share in blog post at some point. But for now, all should know that we are forever grateful to Susan Turner for her original and very creative idea.

10: How do I return or exchange a item?

Returns are easy, but please follow our process. Email us at orders@atlanticrancher.com, include your order number in the subject line and tell us what you'd like to return and why. We'll review your return request and email you a RMA (return merchandise authorization) with the return-to shipping address. Please be sure to package your item(s) thoughtfully so goods aren’t damaged in the process. Select and use the carrier of your choice as return shipping is not covered by us. Please select “signature required” to ensure your return package is receipt confirmed.


We’ll let you know via email when your package has been received, inspected and your refund is issued. Refunds usually take 5-10 business days to process.


If you need to exchange an item, the best process is this: 1. Place a new order for the item you want. 2. Return the item you don't want to us, following the process outlined above.