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FIL-408A-fp01 At Filson, we are a maker of protective garments, and we're proud to announce our brand-new outerwear made from one of the oldest insulating materials in the world - goose down.FIL-408A-fp03 2 The high-performance garments combine ethically sourced goose down with reliably rugged craftsmanship, creating durable, lightweight outerwear made at Filson, USA. Because of its structure and loft, goose down traps air to form a protective, breathable insulating layer.FIL-408A-fp04100% European goose down garments can be scrunched up, packed down or stretched flat and they’ll continue to perform year after year. They can withstand getting soaked in a rainstorm and after drying they provide the same level of wind-resistant warmt...Read More
Filson-Rewaxing-2How to maintain maximum water repellency from your oil finish cotton clothing. Our oil finish cotton clothing is built for years of rugged use in the great outdoors. Our special paraffin-based wax gives your Filson garment extreme durability and resistance to wind and water, while remaining pliable for extended comfortable wear. Follow these simple instructions to re-wax your Filson garment for maximum water repellency: 1. For best results re-proof your garment in warm conditions. If in sub-freezing temperatures, it may be necessary to stand the tin of wax in hot water to soften it. Filson-Rewaxing-82. Brush all excess dirt from the are to be treated. Wipe clean with a soft cloth and cold water. Warning: Use...Read More
cc filson instagram launchWe're pleased to announce the brand-new C.C. Filson Collection in collaboration with Nigel Cabourn, who was invited to create special-edition outerwear for Autumn 2014. C.C. Filson combines the quality standards of Filson manufacturing and its 117 years of history with modern-day functionality. 9BOX_CC_travisWith over forty years of experience in the apparel industry, Nigel Cabourn uses his firsthand knowledge of outerwear from the cold, windy climate of northern England where he’s based. Cabourn is a true specialist in outerwear, making him a choice partner for C.C. Filson. 9BOX_CC_travis_2The Autumn 2014 C.C. Filson line consists of outerwear pieces aligned with our past, namely a 1930s vintage Filson Cruiser that insp...Read More
FIL-405A-fp06_CATWhile others moved their manufacturing operations overseas, we wished them well and then built two more factories in the US. We’ve made our own goods here for more than a century and that’s not going to change. Our American factories allow us to keep an ever-watchful eye on product innovation and quality while giving us the capacity to manufacture even more of our own products. That’s the Filson way — a longstanding, stubborn approach, built upon practices and beliefs that have become increasingly more relevant over the last 117 years.05270009Since July of last year, we've doubled our manufacturing positions and retail employees as well as doubled our number of US-based retail stores. And that's jus...Read More
Filson MinneapolisToday, Filson is proud to announce the opening of our first Minnesota store. Our Minneapolis store is located in the North Loop near the Cedar Lake Trail, at Washington and 3rd Avenue. This shop offers a variety of Unfailing Goods such as signature luggage, leather accessories, apparel and iconic outerwear such as our 100-year-old Mackinaw Cruiser. It is located next to iconic watch brand Shinola, and features an indoor coffee shop and comfortable seating for a relaxed, inclusive shopping experience. Filson Minneapolis228 Washington Ave. N.Minneapolis, MN 55401612-338-5506FILSON MinneapolisFILSON 1WFILSON 5WSHINOLA FILSON EXTERIOR0006

Unfailing Dads: R. Paul Hanson

Father’s Day is today and at Filson many of our employees wouldn’t be the outdoors enthusiasts they’ve become without the guidance of their Dad. Our fathers have endured many early mornings and painstaking days teaching us how to cast a fly rod, fell a tree, and to safely handle an over-and-under; and we couldn’t be more grateful. Chris H. is the manager of the Filson Restoration Department -- which repairs and restores returned luggage and jackets -- and wanted to share a story of the grandfather that introduced him to Filson many years ago.


My Grandpa, R. Paul Hanson, is a legacy of hard work and stubbornness. He wore a Filson Cruiser Vest every day while working for the Timber industry in ...Read More

We're pleased to announce the opening of the company’s first retail store on the East Coast. The approximately 1800 square-foot Filson store is located in the NoHo district at 40 Great Jones Street between the Bowery and Lafayette Street. Filson’s sixth location is next door to the iconic Beaux Arts firehouse, home to Engine Company 33 and Ladder Company 9 of the New York City Fire Department. Filson is delighted with this new opportunity to bring our unfailing goods to the New York City adventurer, said Alan Kirk, Chief Executive Officer of Filson. Founded as a rugged working mans outfitter, it feels right that Filson will be located next to a firehouse. The store offers a variety of s...Read More
HorweenThe new Filson leather totes and accessories are made with leather tanned at the historic Horween factory in Chicago and outfitted with our 100-year-old Tin Cloth. This video provides an insightful glimpse into the Horween factory and their uncompromising commitment to American craftsmanship.   
inyourwords_danielwestbrook_mackinaw.jpeg‘In Your Words’ explores the incredible stories we’ve received from Filson fans across the globe.  Send us your own experiences with our clothing or product here for a chance to be featured on the Filson Life blog.  Here, Daniel Westbrook --a master carpenter-- of Westbrook Restorations details his legacy with Filson products. Video created by our friends at Belief Agency.  "Dear Filson,The year was 1908, in Seattle when the little home was built. As I peeled back the layers of history, walking in the footsteps of the master craftsman that came before me, I can’t help but respect carrying the heritage I have been entrusted with, to walk on in the 21st century.  The year was 2014 and the weat...Read More
Red_Black1 It was 1912, and C.C. Filson was operating a Seattle, Washington store—Filson’s Pioneer Alaska and Blanket Manufacturers—opened in 1897 in order to supply hoards of prospectors headed to the Yukon Gold Rush.As the Gold Rush died down, Filson found that there were many more customers in need of rugged outdoor clothing and gear. So he designed a shirt that would meet the current and unforeseen needs of his customers. He applied for a patent in 1912 based on a shirt design that contained many unique and innovative features—all of them based on simplicity and functionality in the outdoors.Lined_Seattle_Cruiser1Filson was awarded a patent for his Cruiser Shirt design in 1914. Originally made in Tin Cloth and Mackinaw...Read More

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