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From a small studio in North Carolina, the Peter Millar brand started as a line of cashmere sweaters. Since its debut in 2001, however, the Peter Millar clothing line has grown to encompass a full line of casual and formal wear marked by tasteful, colorful patterns represented across sport shirts and sweaters to outerwear and even shoes. At, we carry a fine selection of Peter Millar clothing to meet your every need in American Luxury sportswear.

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Stretch Cord Jeans
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NO. 11873
Eden Long Sleeve Polo Shirt
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NO. 14039
Merino Wool Bomber Jacket
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NO. 14063
Blue Ridge Shirt Jacket
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NO. 14061
Ranger Leather Field Jacket
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NO. 14060
Delta Tweed Vest
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NO. 14056
Cable Knit Sweater
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NO. 14045
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Peter Millar Clothing

Peter Millar Clothing is All About the Fabrics

It's a crowded field it comes to mens clothing brands—and it gets more crowded every day. To survive, you really have to differentiate yourself in a very particular way, be it patterns, unique designs or any number of other ways. When you talk of Peter Millar clothing, it is very clear that the brand is defined first by its dedication to the finest materials and fabrics. Some of the more notable materials include: cashmere, Nanoluxe, fleece and suede. Let's take a moment to go over each in a little more detail.

  • Cashmere: You can't talk about Peter Millar clothing without talking about cashmere sweaters. When you buy a Peter Millar cashmere sweater, you will notice three things: 1) the cashmere is light to the feel, but still maintains a density that lends itself to longer wear; 2) the cuffs and the waist bands are doubleknit so they don't "bag out" over time; and 3) the point of the V in the V neck cashmere sweaters are all hand-sewn to ensure the most desirable appearance.
  • Nanoluxe: These easy-care fabrics are wrinkle resistant and can be cared for in the most simple of ways. This is accomplished by treating cotton with liquid ammonia, which swells the fibers to increase resistance to bending and creasing. The shirts are then cured in a body shape to help retain its normal wearing shape.
  • Fleece: Prized for being both lightweight and warm, fleece is a very soft fabric that comes from domestic sheep or long-haired goats. For this reason, fleece is naturally water resistant and does not shrink.
  • Suede: Softer and more flexible than leather, suede offers the same luxurious effect. For this reason, it offers more options for sport wear than leather, as well as a lighter touch to the skin.

At, we want you to be happy with every purchase. When it comes to Peter Millar clothing, knowing your materials and fabrics will ultimately lead you to the right items for you. As always, if you have any questions, please contact us; we'd be happy to help.