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Tin Cruiser

Style # 10005 Made in USA

Our Tin Cruiser jacket is still made with the same features from 1914

$260.00
Color
  • 242
Size
Tin Cruiser

To order by phone, please call 1-866-860-8906

Our Tin Cruiser was originally patterned for the Pacific Northwest's timber cruisers (surveyors). Made from wind-resistant, highly water-repellent Tin Cloth. It has a double back, forming a full-width rear pocket for extra storage. Includes two roomy utility pockets, unlined hand warmer pockets, upper utility pockets, a slotted pocket and a small front pocket. Average length in back is 30 inches. Made in USA.

Features
  • Water Repellent.
  • Full width dual entry rear pocket.
  • 6 snap front closure.
  • Two lower utility pockets with snap flap closures; one small snap pocket under left pocket flap; unlined hand warmer pockets behind lower utility pockets; two upper utility pockets with snap closures; one slotted pocket in front of left upper utility pocket.
  • Adjustable snap tab cuffs.
Usage

Workwear, Field

Product Care

Wipe or brush clean only.

Made in USA of imported fabric.

Made from heavy duty 12.5-oz. 100% cotton oil finish Tin Cloth.
Uncompromised quality

I would like to express my satisfaction with your products…when I compare my grandfather’s Tin Cruiser, which is at least 50-years-old, with the one I just purchased, it is apparent that the quality has not been compromised…as long as Filson continues to offer clothing and accessories that are made the way things used to be made, I will buy them and then pass them on to my children.
George Conant

Our Guarantee for Over 100 Years Has Never Changed

"We guarantee every item purchased from us. No more, no less. Your satisfaction is the sole purpose of our transaction." — Clinton C. Filson, 1897

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