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It’s strong enough to hold back brush and limbs. It keeps you warm even when it’s soaked with rain or snow.

Wool has been used in garments for hundreds of years and has been a part of the Filson story since 1897. We continue to use durable, water-repellent, 24-oz. 100% Virgin Mackinaw Wool in our hats, pants, and jackets because, many centuries and technologies later, it’s still the choice of outdoorsmen who need garments to protect them from brush and cold.

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THE ORIGINAL FILSON FABRIC

Filson has been outfitting men with 100% Virgin Mackinaw Wool garments for more than 100 years. During the Gold Rush, C.C. Filson cut up heavyweight Mackinaw Wool blankets to make coats for prospectors headed for the Yukon. When Filson originally patented his Cruiser shirt in 1914, he made it for outdoorsmen in the fabric best suited for their jobs. For men who worked outdoors and knew they would get wet, but needed to stay warm, he built them a Cruiser in Mackinaw Wool. More than 100 years later, the Mackinaw Cruiser remains our most popular jacket, and we continue to develop new products — such as the Mackinaw Work Coat — in the fabric on which our company was founded.