• Filson 101: Bird Dog Training with Ruggs Ranch
  • Filson 101: Wesley Larson's Guide to Safety in Bear Country
  • Celebrating our Partners: Explore the Wickett & Craig Tannery
  • Filson 101: Campfire Cooking with Tipton Power
  • Celebrating Filson Father's with Jillian Lukiwski
  • Chasing Wild Winter Steelhead with Russell Miller from Sage Fly Fishing
  • Life as a Merchant Marine with John Dunaway
  • Aboard the F/V Arctic Lady: Self-Sufficiency on the High Seas
  • Trade Stories: Phillip Lee McGinnis, Sublette County Cowboy
  • A story about an all women's upland bird hunting trip and a common desire to live a life connected told by Hannah Dewey.
  • Hunting in the Olympic National Forest
 
   
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In Your Words: A Filson Love Story

‘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.  Today marks the 1 Year Anniversary of Elizabeth and John, two people who intend to pass the test of time together. Congratulations to these two loyal Filson customers on this landmark occasion.My love story was better than I ever could have imagined, which is how I think it's supposed to happen if you want it to be right.  It started as a crush, involved him running into a tree when looking my direction, and ended up with the best wedding I could have dreamed up.  It's been a yea...Read More

Throw Back Thursday: Vintage Alaskan Guide Shirt

"I have been a life long Filson man.  I am a 70 year old retired commercial fisherman and a full time commercial shell fisherman, fishing 200 plus days a year.  I demand the best gear I can buy.  Ten years ago I purchased this cotton shirt, 1,800 day's worth and 1,000 washes give or take a few hundred.  This shirt has not lost a single button.  I have been sewing buttons on my shirts for 50 years.  When I cut the sleeves off this shirt  I kept them for they still had their 4 buttons!  I finally threw out the sleeves knowing that I would never lose a button from this shirt." -- Eddie Reid, South Chatham, MA[gallery columns="4" link="file" ids="2469,2473,2463,2476,2465,2466,2477,2478,2474,2471...Read More