Archive for ‘June, 2013’

In The Running

When she’s not busy running our Lands’ End planning and inventory departments, chances are you’ll find Angie running along pedestrian paths and side streets throughout Madison,…

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‘Rangs Away!

Huh? That may have been the first reaction of customers who opened our Fall 1982 catalog to find a story about the U.S. Boomerang Team and…

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Summer Sips

Here in Wisconsin, we’re darn proud of our home-brewed beer. We have large and regional breweries, microbreweries and brew pubs. Our baseball team is even called…

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The Magic Of Madras

In almost every man’s closet there is one particular shirt that inspires the same fascination today that it has since the 1920’s. And even better, almost…

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Thanks Dad!

To all our dads out there. . . Thanks for teaching us to respect others, turn the other cheek, not talk about a perfect game, balance…

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The Wisconsin Fish Boil

Culinary Drama with Kerosene Door County, Wisconsin Nickname: Cape Cod of the Midwest Locale: North of the Tension Line Geography: Lake Michigan peninsula with 300 miles…

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Where Are The Foods Of Yesteryear?

A Rueful Retrospective (Karl Vollmer was a writer and curmudgeon in residence at Lands’ End for many years. A legend in advertising, he had been Gary…

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Customer Creativity By The Glass

The Canvas Tote. An iconic piece that has been a part of Lands’ End for over 40 years. Some have spent more time at the beach…

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Tough As The Game!

We admit it without shame: the first Rugby Shirts we sold at Lands’ End decades ago were not very good. The all cotton, heavy jersey fabric…

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The Canvas Tote That Anchored A Boat

Bert knew his crew had no way to control the vessel. The captain and crew of the Windrift were returning from a regatta when a treacherous…

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