San Francisco Store

San Francisco, CA

San Francisco Store San Francisco Store
San Francisco Store San Francisco Store
San Francisco Store San Francisco Store
San Francisco Store San Francisco Store
San Francisco Store San Francisco Store
San Francisco Store San Francisco Store

About The Location

Our San Francisco store 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.

722 Montgomery St  San Francisco, CA 94111

Store Hours

Monday 11AM - 7PM Tuesday 11AM - 7PM Wednesday 11AM - 7PM Thursday 11AM - 7PM Friday 11AM - 7PM Saturday 11AM - 7PM Sunday 12PM - 6PM

- UPCOMING EVENTS -

Pints & Pups Happy Hour Benefit

Pints & Pups Happy Hour Benefit

Bring your canine companion and friends to the Filson store for a happy hour social benefiting Copper’s Dream, a bay area animal rescue non-profit.  We’ll be giving away exclusive Filson stainless steel pint cups (limited supply), Fort Point Beer Company will be providing the drinks, and we'll also have a raffle giveaway.  20% of all the store's sales will go to Copper’s Dream.

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Pints & Pups Happy Hour Benefit

Jul 27, 2019

2:00pm-4:00pm

722 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94111

Smokey Bear 75th Birthday - San Francisco

Smokey Bear 75th Birthday - San Francisco

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 & cocktails
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 - San Francisco

Aug 10, 2019

12:00pm-4:00pm

722 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94111

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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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