A Holubar-loo of a Men’s Outdoor Brand – Holubar Mountaineering

Established in 1946 in Boulder, Colorado, Holubar Mountaineering was founded by Roy and Alice Holubar, and began with the design, manufacturing and selling of outdoor equipment and soft-gear such as down-insulated sleeping bags. Throughout the second half of the 20th century the brand grew in popularity and today stands as one of the premier heritage outerwear companies.

Their most iconic silhouette is The Deer Hunter, a jacket made famous by Robert De Niro’s outfit in Michael Cimino’s film of the same name. To this day, the DH in ‘Dark Orange’ is a heritage classic, and we’ve also collected a range of other colours, some hefty flannel shirts and their Boulder Parka, designed for seriously cold weather.

It’s getting a bit poky in the elements now as we move through November. Prime time for some massive jackets to get introduced to the Lake District. You should introduce the Deer Hunter to where you live, as well.

Holubar Deer Hunter Parka

The shell of this jacket is made from a blend of 82% cotton and 18% acrylic. This fabric is woven into a super fine twill which is durable, warm and exceptionally weather-resistant, whilst also remaining relatively lightweight for a parka. This shell is lined with a luxuriously smooth 100% polyester which adds warmth and feels great against the skin.

The jacket is padded and insulated with a blend of down and feather to provide the wearer which exceptional heating. This filling has a low profile quilting around the inside of the jacket, and it fills a collar which sits below the hood.


Holubar Flannel Shirt

A long sleeve shirt from heritage American mountaineering company Holubar, famous for the iconic Deer Hunter jacket.
It’s made from a comfortable brushed flannel of 100% cotton with a buttoned front, cuffs and patch pockets to the chest. Branding is simple with an embroidered logo applique and it has a casual checked pattern.

Holubar Boulder Parka

The shell is made from a blend of 82% cotton and 18% polyacrylic in a micro twill which is highly durable, provides the wearer with some awesome weather-resistance from wind and rain and is surprisingly lightweight for a parka. It’s backed with a soft and smooth 100% polyester lining which is exceptionally comfortable.The jacket is padded with a filling made from 80% down and 20% natural feather insulation which provides some incredible heat with very little weight.

The parka has a removable hood which also features a removable fur lining made from 41% cotton, 39% alpaca wool and 20% mohair. The hood and waist are adjustable with a drawcord and the cuffs are ribbed with storm cuff overlays. It has a two-way full-zip with a large stormflap with button-up loops.

It has two large open chest pockets, useful as handwarmers, lined with a pile fleece, and it also has two large snap-up pockets as well as an internal security pocket.


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