Scully dates back to 1906 and is proud of its history, which includes the manufacturer of flight jackets and helmets for pilots, in WW1 and WW2. When Admiral Byrd embarked on his expedition to the Antarctic, the explorers were outfitted in Scully gloves and jackets. Scully’s involvement in historical events has resulted in the display of several items in the Smithsonian Institute, as well as the Museum of Flight in Seattle, WA.
Scully manufacturers and distributes a myriad of leather products including jackets for men and women, handbags, briefcases, agendas, binders, portfolios, as well as leather travel accessories, including luggage sets and other travel related items. Additionally, Scully manufactures and distributes stationery products including refills for its calendar agendas and portfolios, as well as telephone directories, journals and other related items. Scully is well into its second century and is proud and appreciative of its heritage.