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GUEST BLOG: JOHN RIUTTA, A LESSON LEARNED FROM MY FATHER

Posted January 4, 2012
· Filed In: Happenings

John Riutta, also known as the Well-read Naturalist, learned a thing or two as a child thanks to his father, and something that he’ll never forget is the importance of never compromising on the quality of anything that you hold close. When I was a boy, my father only ever wore two types of shoes. One pair were the traditional stout,…

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GUEST BLOG: Tommy Ellis, Bucket List

Posted December 28, 2011
· Filed In: Happenings

In an attempt to conquer his long time dreams, Tommy Ellis, recently crafted a bucket list. Tommy has every intention of checking this list off because as he recently learned, with a little help from your friends anything is possible. Bucket lists, what a fun way to take a look at what you hope to do. I had been reading…

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The Tin Cloth Wildfowl Hat

Posted December 20, 2011
· Filed In: Happenings
Photo Credit: Gregory Seligman

This photograph from long time Filson fan, Gregory Seligman, is quite simply perfect. Here’s his sentiment to the Tin Cloth Wildfowl hat. I have been wearing this Tin Cloth Wildfowl hat for over ten years of hard hunting. This particular day was in the 20s with a nonstop wind that made it much colder than that. I apparently didn’t even…

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Our own Amy Terai’s – A November to Remember

Posted December 16, 2011
· Filed In: Happenings
Photo Credit: Don Fenton

  Our own Amy Terai tells her story of finding her way around the field with expert help from good friend, Scott Linden. She ended up with a few pheasants, a new confidence and special memories that she will never forget.   Bird Hunting has always fascinated me, especially the dogs involvement in the activity. A few months ago, the…

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“Filson in the Field” by the gentlemen of Bearings

Posted December 16, 2011
· Filed In: Happenings, Hunting, Shooting
Photo Credit: Andy Lee

We’re excited to be featured in the men’s southern lifestyle guide Bearings.  In the article “Filson in the Field,”  the gentlemen put our gear to work in the field. There is so much new fangled hunting gear out there these days. High-tech gadgets and fancy apparel have flooded the market, and something has been lost in the shuffle. Hunting is a heritage sport, passed…

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GUEST BLOG: Judith O’Keefe, Filson’s Brush Pants Save the Day

Posted December 15, 2011
· Filed In: Happenings

As many of you know by now, Judith O’Keefe will never shy away from a fishing trip and we’re glad to hear that our products keep her adventure going, no matter how treacherous the terrain can get, much like in this following instance. Go Judith! The water levels all over Southeastern Oregon look as if it is late spring rather…

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First Came a Birddog then Came Filson

Posted December 15, 2011
· Filed In: Happenings

Several years ago my husband Verne and I decided to get into bird hunting. Within the first year, we quickly realized that without a dog, the birds you will find are few and far between. Now unfortunately we had a problem, Verne is allergic to dogs. Therefore, we had to find a hunting dog that didn’t shed. After some research…

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15 years of hard work

Posted December 9, 2011
· Filed In: Happenings

Rachel Condon of Calpine, CA has been wearing her Filson wool cruiser for over 15 years now. This is because whether she is volunteering for her local Fire Department, horseback riding, logging, hiking or on a pack trip with her donkeys, Rachel knows that her wool cruiser won’t fail her. Thanks for sharing your experience with our gear, Rachel! I’ve…

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GUEST BLOG: David Drewry, Sea Duck Hunting the Pacific Northwest

Posted December 2, 2011
· Filed In: Happenings
Photo Credit: David Dewry

    Captain David Drewry is on the water more than he is land. As the owner and operator of Peninsula Sportsman, David shares his love for waterfowl hunting in the Northwest with others for a living. Waterfowl hunting is a passion that only those that are drawn to it will truly understand. What often comes to mind is a…

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Filson Packer coat passes the test

Posted November 30, 2011
· Filed In: Happenings

Thank you, Tim Walker, for the amazing story about the Packer coat durability! About three winters ago we had a bad refreezing of ice that was affecting a covered stair walk up to the apartment .The only option was to break it loose. When I got to the middle layer, the ice was hitting my coat fairly hard. My mother…

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