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Woolrich, outdoorsman apparel company and purveyor of the buffalo check, is going back to its roots in a big way by upping the production of its Woolrich, PA woolen mill. Our sister site Racked Philly reports that company pres Nick Brayton promises to increase the yardage of wool produced in the woolen mill by 50% in 2013, and a USA-made men's collection will debut at Nordstrom. [Racked Philly]