The origins of Brown's Beach date back to 1901 in Worcester, Massachusetts where William W Brown wagered the success of his new company on the functionality of its fabric. The material was knitted from a two-ply blend of 30 percent cotton and 70 percent recycled wool and was water-resistant, unshrinkable, essentially untearable, surprisingly warm and incredibly comfortable — perfect for use in inclement weather.
What’s more, Brown’s use of reclaimed wool allowed the outerwear to be sold at competitive prices.
In 2010 Mikiharu Tsujita of Fullcount acquired the rights to the brand and re-invigorated this once classic American icon to the exact detail and Japanese standards bringing the fabric back to life in both classic and modern interpretations.
Do Fullcount own Brown's Beach?
In 2010 Mikiharu Tsujita of Fullcount acquired the rights of Browns Beach cloth, reintroducing the classic fabric to the world with the exact specifications while also introducing some modern designs to the range.
What is Browns Beach Fabric?
The Browns Beach cloth is knitted from a two-ply blend of 30% cotton and 70% recycled wool. The Brown's Beach fabric is known for being a very comfortable fabric that is water resistant, unshrinkable and so dense that it is untearable.
Where is Brown's Beach originally from?
Brown's Beach has been around since 1901, founded by William W Brown in Worcester Massachusetts. Brown's Beach found success through the functionality and durability of it's Beach cloth.