ADDRESS

3920 N. Mississippi Ave
Portland, OR 97227

HOURS

Monday - Sunday
11am - 6pm

PHONE

503.281.0815

January Newsletter 2017-2018 | Happy New Year!

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Thank you for a successful 2017!
Wishing you a healthy, happy and prosperous
New Year from all of us at HalfPint!

Just a reminder that our Treat Your Feet Sale runs until Jan 15th!
Buy 1 Pair, Get 1 Half Off!

Valentine’s Warehouse Sale

This year’s Winter Warehouse Sale will be a Valentine’s Day Weekend Sale, because we LOVE sweethearts and holidays!

February 9th, 10th, and 11th    10am-5pm

HalfPint Wholesale Warehouse
12836 NE Airport Way

*Fresh merchandise put out Friday and Saturday and then blowout discounted merchandise on Sunday.

Come get all your leather accessories and more just in time for that special Valentine’s date!

All select men’s, women’s, and children’s socks will be 50% off!
Stock up while we’ve got them!

In the shop right now is a selection of curated brand NEW men’s and women’s leather boots and shoes.

Some of the brand names include Frye, Clarks, Timberland, Longchamp, Donald J. Pliner, Vince Camuto, UGG and more!

Stop in to check out this beautifully crafted collection!

Come in and grab your 20% off coupon (with purchase) to use throughout January and February!

The company’s roots started with the Kay and Bishop families. In 1909 they moved to Pendleton, OR and took over the defunct Pendleton Woolen Mills. The town of Pendleton is a major railhead for the Columbia River Plateau and allowed convenient shipping for the growing business. In 1895 the mill was enlarged and converted into a textile mill and in 1896 began making Native-American blankets—geometric patterned robes (unfringed blankets) for Native-American men and shawls (fringed blankets) for Native-American women in the area—the Umatilla, Cayuse and Walla Walla tribes. New designs, colors, and patterns to their product line were then introduced. The company expanded their trade from the local Native-American tribes of the Columbia River area, as well as tribes of the American Southwest. To do this, they enlisted the help of designer Joe Rawnsley, who visited tribes to learn their customs and color preferences. Like many other mills of the day, Pendleton emulated the multicolor patterns of candy-stripe blankets, like those found on Hudsons Bay Point blankets for their Glacier National Park blanket. The Pendleton blankets were not only basic wearing apparel, but were standards of trading and ceremonial use.

The company began to expand their product line into other woolen products such as clothing. In 1912 the company opened a weaving mill in Washougal, Washington for the production of woolen fabrics used in suits and other clothing.

Fun Fact: In 1960, a little-known singing group known as the Pendletones was formed, taking their name from the classic Pendleton wool plaid shirt. This group later changed their name to The Beach Boys and the Pendleton shirt became popular among American youth.

Every winter you will find a selection of curated vintage Pendleton wool coats, shirts, sweaters, skirts, vests and more at HalfPint!

Lots of exciting updates and new merchandise here at HalfPint Warehouse. We are now carrying a select amount of adult and children’s vintage clothing which includes Western shirts and coming soon some Pendletons!

Also just in: Birkenstocks, women’s lace-up ankle boots and converse. Thinking ahead we are getting in spring merchandise as well. And of course our ever changing selection of vintage Western boots, purses, belts and tons of new belt buckles as well!

Make your appointment today by contacting sascha@halfpintpdx.com