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Grand Opening Events at New Store to Benefit the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies

Posted December 11, 2013
· Filed In: Conservation, Filson 101, Happenings, Heritage, Way of Life
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Filson is proud to partner with the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies –the oldest environmental non-profit operating in the Roaring Fork Valley– for the grand opening events of our brand-new Colorado store. ACES is an organization focused on environmental education among youth and adults alike, as well as a major proponent of ecological restoration projects. Both ACES and Filson have…

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Filson Now Open in Aspen, Colorado

Posted December 3, 2013
· Filed In: Filson 101, Happenings, Heritage
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We’re pleased to announce the opening of our brand new Aspen store, our first U.S. retail location outside of the Pacific Northwest. The 900 square-foot store is located at 402 S. Hunter Street in historic downtown Aspen. There are few places in the world with a higher concentration of outdoor enthusiasts than Colorado. We are excited to be closer to…

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On the Banks with John Ludlam

Posted October 10, 2013
· Filed In: Depth In The Field, Fly Fishing, Happenings, Sporting, Way of Life
Filson Fly Fishing Vest after 15 years.

John Ludlam is a medium format analog photographer currently residing in Denver, Colorado. Two years ago, he started processing and printing his own photos in the darkroom and hasn’t gone back to digital since. He loves photographing anything and everything, but especially those people who enjoy traditional or artisan processes. Ever since I can remember, I have always enjoyed spending…

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Searching the Night Sky with Photographer Daniel McVey

Posted October 1, 2013
· Filed In: Depth In The Field, Happenings, Way of Life
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Camera, tripod, headlamp, thermals, Filson jacket, knit hat, and gloves; it’s July at 10,000+ ft. and I am planning on going out to work under the stars. My name is Daniel McVey and I am an astrophotographer in Summit County, Colorado. It’s never warm here at night and that’s something I love about the Rockies. The cold air is very…

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Traveling the Trans-America Trail with Jonathan Gallegos

Posted September 16, 2013
· Filed In: Depth In The Field, Happenings, Travel, Way of Life
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Jonathan Gallegos encompasses a diverse and technical skill set. When not found working as a tax accountant for a “Big Four” firm, he enjoys moonlighting as a writer and photographer for various publications, poring over automotive news, and traveling with his wife. This summer Jonathan was able to hitch a ride with Land Rover along the Trans-American Trail and travel…

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Meet Big Craig: A Filson Motorcycle Fly Fishing Trip

Posted August 13, 2013
· Filed In: Depth In The Field, Fly Fishing, Happenings, Sporting, Travel, Way of Life
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  Tommy Monette, our Sales Representative for the Rocky Mountain area, always finds time to leave the city lights of Denver behind. He grabs his bike (complete with custom Filson upholstered seat), wrangles up his crew, and heads out to remote(ish) areas for some old-fashioned R&R. His latest outing was complete with fishing, friends, flasks of whiskey, and a run-in…

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Getting in to Wild Cutthroat in Durango with Justin Meyer

Posted July 26, 2013
· Filed In: Depth In The Field, Fly Fishing, Travel
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Join Justin Salem Meyer — a fly-fishing enthusiast, photographer, and web designer based in Des Moines, Iowa — on a trip to Southern Colorado in search of wild Cutthroats. I made my way to southern Colorado in search of wild Cutthroat trout. My friend Andy, from Duranglers took us out to one of his favorite undisclosed spots. Maybe it is…

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Alone Together, Part 2: Brian Merriam Faces Death Valley

Posted June 7, 2013
· Filed In: Depth In The Field, Happenings, Travel
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Brian Merriam is an artist and musician, currently devoting the majority of his time to film photography. Originally from upstate New York, he has resided in Brooklyn for the last 8 years. Brian and his girlfriend set out to get lost in America in their first Filson Life post. Be careful what you wish for. The only oasis in Death Valley…

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6,000 Miles in the Saddle by Tyler Sharp

Posted May 8, 2013
· Filed In: Happenings, Travel
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Tyler Sharp is a documentary photographer, writer, and filmmaker based out of Dallas, Texas. Traveling extensively on assignment, he has filmed and photographed a myriad of cultures and landscapes, and slept under the stars in some of the most remote regions of the world.  Spend 6,000 miles in the saddle with Tyler as he details a cross-country motorcycle trip. For…

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Tricks of the Trade: Treat Burns in the Wild

Posted April 30, 2013
· Filed In: Happenings, Travel, Tricks of the Trade
Tricks of the Trade: Honey for Burns

Article courtesy of the Rocky Mountain Bushcraft team:  Jason Schwartz is an axe-wielding, modern day mountain man.  He’s also a Red Cross certified Wilderness First Aid Instructor, music aficionado, and known to some of the locals as the “Bear Grylls” of his area.  Leah Klocko oversees the country music landscape of Pittsburgh as a radio personality when she’s not editing articles about testing a…

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