- Cutter & Buck
400-701 North 34th Street
Our home has always been in the Pacific Northwest. It’s a land of ever-changing weather, rich in contrasts. Here, crashing surf meets rugged coastline, sophisticated cities meet unspoiled wilderness, environmentalism meets entrepreneurship, and traditional values meet progressive ideals. Like all Pacific Northwesterners, we are a proud product of our landscape and lifestyles—adaptable, easy-going, independent, pioneering. And so is our clothing. In the 1990s we were seen as trailblazers because our clothing looked and felt just as at home on the golf course as it did off. And because we took pride in every detail, we were known for our superior quality. This is the standard we’ve upheld through the years, and it remains the same today. Our pioneering spirit shines through in each piece of apparel we produce. Our mission has always been, and continues to be, to provide our customers with seamless transitions between working days, busy weekends, playtime, and nighttime. Cutter & Buck Direct, LLC, is a subsidiary of Cutter & Buck Inc. that sells Cutter & Buck product directly to the consumer. Cutter & Buck Inc. was founded in 1989, in Seattle, Washington, with an eye towards making premium sportswear and outerwear in styles with distinctive details, quality craftsmanship, and the finest fabrics. We embrace our regional heritage with a brand identity that embodies Genuine Spirit of the Pacific Northwest. Staying true to our proud tradition of creating high-quality performance sportswear for over 20 years, we have evolved from a niche-specialty brand to a global lifestyle brand, with a large selection of modern classic apparel and accessories for people who naturally thrive between an urban and outdoor lifestyle. We were acquired in 2007 by the Sweden-based New Wave Group AB—which creates, acquires, and develops branded merchandise for the corporate profiling and consumer markets, mainly within the clothing, accessory, and gift sectors. Other prominent New Wave Group brands include Orrefors and Kosta Boda.