Remington Launches ‘1816 Collection’ To Outfit The Modern Sporting Generation

Remington 1816 Collection
Remington 1816 Collection
1816 Collection
Remington 1816 Collection

Charlotte, N.C. –-( Established in Ilion, N.Y. in 1816, Remington Arms Company announces the launch of 1816, a curated collection of field-inspired apparel and accessories for the modern sporting generation.

Featuring exquisitely crafted materials and an unparalleled attention to detail, the 1816 line is inspired by the nearly 200 years of Remington hand-forged tradition as highlighted in the brand’s tagline, First in the Field.

Drawing from its Remington roots, the 1816 brand embraces the sportsman’s passion for the outdoors with refined sensibility.

“The 1816 brand celebrates the Remington lifestyle with clothing and accessories designed for the field and beyond,” said Ross Saldarini, senior vice president for accessories and lifestyle. “We’ve combined the very best of Remington’s rich heritage with the modern tastes of today’s sporting generation. It’s a unique blend of history and quality that stands alone in today’s marketplace.”

1816 Collection
Remington Launches ‘1816 Collection’ To Outfit The Modern Sporting Generation

The 1816 brand debuts with a preview collection available on The full line of apparel and accessories will launch in September of this year. The collection will exclusively be sold online and via direct-to-consumer catalog.

“For generations, Remington has represented a sporting legacy passed down from father to son to grandson. Now we’re building on that rich history with the 1816 apparel brand,” said Saldarini. “The 1816 line is built around signature pieces that, like so many classic Remington products, will endure the test of time and be a part of family traditions for generations to come.”

A centerpiece within the 1816 preview collection is the 1816 Ilion Jacket named after the birthplace of Remington, Ilion, N.Y. Crafted of pure British Millerain waxed cotton canvas, its hued patina features a unique texture that provides resistance to the elements. Made in the USA takes on a rugged, modern look in the 1816 Denim Shirt. With micro-suede and chambray trims, it’s made right at home in El Paso, Texas.

Sportsmen will appreciate the 1816 Sporting Clays Vest with its attention to detail from the brushed mesh lining and microsuede-quilted shooting patch to the double front pockets, leather pull and custom rivets. Not to be outshone is the 1816 Quarter Zip Outfitter Sweater with three weather-resistant layers to protect against the cold, wind and rain. Plus, this beautifully designed wool sweater is just as comfortable going out to dinner as it is in the field.

To shop the 1816 preview collection, visit

About 1816
Pride. History. Integrity. Rising from nearly 200 years of hand-forged tradition, the 1816 field-inspired apparel and accessory collection glows with the rich, vintage patina of the Remington® heritage. Established in Ilion, New York in 1816, generations of sons, fathers and grandfathers worked side by side to hand-forge the stocks and barrels of this Great American icon. Now, 1816 bridges the timelessness of our visionary forefathers to the sporting gentleman of modern day.

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So they are promoting high end merchandise, ala Orvis, etc. Yet they are selling low quality plastic gun cases. Oh, and a $150.00 cigar tube?


Until Remington leaves NY State, they may as well advertise their products in the UK, Uganda, where ever.

Just like Beretta USA. Until they leave Maryland, they are spitting into the wind when advertising to me.

In both cases, I have several of their products, but I’ll not buy another or put one of mine into the Market until they get their heads on straight!

Hey, it worked for Smith & Wesson back in Bad old days!


I’ll never buy another Remington product. Ever.

These traitors accepted an $80 million bribe to stay in NY state from the same people who demonize (and criminalized) civilian gun owners. F*ck this company.


glasses look good but for the average person that supports your company name and products they are a little pricey. good price for the rich but the majoritey of you customers are not rich. thank you scott.