Columbus Store

Columbus, OH

Columbus Store Columbus Store
Columbus Store Columbus Store
Columbus Store Columbus Store
Columbus Store Columbus Store
Columbus Store Columbus Store
Columbus Store Columbus Store
Columbus Store Columbus Store
Columbus Store Columbus Store
Columbus Store Columbus Store
Columbus Store Columbus Store

About The Location

Our store at Easton Town Center features a collection of the best outdoor apparel, luggage, and watches. The selection includes classics such as our Mackinaw Cruiser and Rugged Twill Original Briefcase, as well as new offerings each season.

3980 Easton Station P-107  Columbus, Ohio 43219

Store Hours

Monday 10AM - 9PM Tuesday 10AM - 9PM Wednesday 10AM - 9PM Thursday 10AM - 9PM Friday 10AM - 9PM Saturday 10AM - 9PM Sunday 12PM - 6PM

- UPCOMING EVENTS -

Filson Jamboree at Land-Grant Brewing Co

Filson Jamboree at Land-Grant Brewing Co

Join us for a Filson happy hour at Land Grant Brewing Co during their beer garden music series. We’ll be on-site giving away free Filson steel pint cups and running special giveaways. There will be live music by Fox N Hounds.

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Filson Jamboree at Land-Grant Brewing Co

Jul 25, 2019

5:00-8:00pm

Land-Grant Brewing Company, 424 W Town St, Columbus, OH 43215

Smokey Bear 75th Birthday - Columbus

Smokey Bear 75th Birthday - Columbus

Come to Filson to honor an American symbol of forest protection: Smokey Bear. We’ll have new limited-edition Smokey T-shirts, hats and more available. Come early for free Filson koozies and bandanas (supplies limited).

Beer tasting by Land Grant Brewing Co.
S’mores bar
20% of sales during the event benefit the National Forest Foundation — for every dollar donated one tree will be planted.

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Smokey Bear 75th Birthday - Columbus

Aug 10, 2019

12:00-4:00pm

3980 Easton Station P-107, Columbus, OH 43219

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900 feet over alaska In Alaska there are almost ten times as many bears as there are miles of roadway. For supplies, transportation, and survival, Alaskans depend on bush pilots — fliers who take small planes into remote spots. Bush pilots — whose missions are more dangerous than air combat — are the glue that binds together Alaska’s remote and dangerous places.

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