The original lumberjack jacket of the U.S. forestry companies. By C.C. Filson.
Naturally warm. Water repellent. Indestructible. 100% virgin wool.
Designed in Seattle in 1914. To this day, the jacket is “Made in USA”.
The incredibly dense fabric is supported by four large front pockets. The two-ply back section is cleverly designed: Not only for additional cold protection but also as a pocket, closable on two sides, for a tablet, map, newspaper, etc. In the USA, connoisseurs love the “backpack for light things”. With sewn-on pocket for up to three pens and a spacious inner pocket for valuable items. Slash pockets behind the front pockets. Button panel with six buttons.
Straight, comfortable cut. 100% virgin wool. Dry clean only.
First gold prospectors, then lumberjacks.
When the Yukon Gold Rush led many fortune seekers through Seattle, shopkeeper Clinton C. Filson realised he could make a business: The men needed an appropriate outfit. The rush was over after a few years, but the lumberjacks of the region had learned to appreciate the jackets of the company founded in 1897. Filson developed his cruiser shirt especially for them.