Insulated Jackets

Filson Insulated Jackets are purpose-built and optimized for varying weather and end-uses. Only the best shell fabrics are used, whether it’s waxed cotton from British Millerain or ultralight Cordura® ripstop nylon.

  1. Ultralight Jacket
  2. Ultralight Vest
  3. Ultralight Hooded Jacket
  4. Tin Cloth Primaloft® Jacket
  5. Tin Cloth Primaloft® Vest
  6. Tin Cloth Insulated Work Vest
  7. Down Cruiser Vest
  8. Down Liner Jacket
  9. Eagle Plains Vest Liner
  10. Ranger Insulated Jacket
  11. Down Cruiser Parka
  12. Down Cruiser Jacket
  13. Pateros Down Jacket
  14. Buckland Down Vest
  15. Lightweight Down Jac-Shirt
  16. Tin Cloth Insulated Packer Coat
  17. Eagle Plains Jacket Liner
  18. Mackinaw Wool Insulated Cruiser Jacket
  19. Ranger Insulated Field Jacket
  20. Tin Cloth Foul Weather Hoodie

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man in cowboy hat wears Filson's Tin Cloth Primaloft Jacket in black on a gray backdropman in cowboy hat wears Filson's Tin Cloth Primaloft Jacket in black on a gray backdrop
Man wears Filson's Down Cruiser Parka while pulling on a pair of fingerless glovesMan wears Filson's Down Cruiser Parka while pulling on a pair of fingerless gloves
man rides a snowmobile on a mountain while wearing a down cruiser parka from Filsonman rides a snowmobile on a mountain while wearing a down cruiser parka from Filson
Man unpacks a saddle in the snow while wearing Filson's Down Cruiser Jacket in Dark TanMan unpacks a saddle in the snow while wearing Filson's Down Cruiser Jacket in Dark Tan
Man stands before a tent while buttoning up a Filson Tin Cloth Insulated Packer CoatMan stands before a tent while buttoning up a Filson Tin Cloth Insulated Packer Coat

Men's Insulated Jackets Constructed in Waxed Canvas & Ripstop Nylon

What insulation does Filson use in our Jackets?

Filson insulated jackets use several different insulations. All-natural goose down is one of our favorites due to its extremely high warmth-to-weight ratio. In weather where the insulation may get wet, PrimaLoft® makes a great alternative to down. This synthetic fill was developed for the U.S. military as an alternative that could mimic down’s lightweight compressibility yet continue to perform when wet. For jackets with thicker, heavier shell fabrics that don’t benefit from the lightweight compressibility of down and PrimaLoft, unbranded polyester insulations can offer comparable warmth at lower cost.

What Shell Materials are Used?

Filson insulated Jackets are made with a range of shell materials depending on their intended uses. Jackets and vests designed for use in thorny brush or high-abrasion situations are often made with waxed cotton. Conversely, our Ultralight Jackets and Vests are designed to get packed into tight spaces, and employ a lightweight ripstop nylon. Our Down Cruiser Jackets and Vests use waxed cotton shell fabrics to keep the goose down dry and maintain its insulating ability.

How to Care for Insulated Jackets

Different shell fabrics and insulations have different care instructions. Insulated jackets and vests with waxed cotton shell fabrics should only be wiped or brushed clean. Washing or dry-cleaning waxed fabrics will eliminate their water resistance. Filson insulated wool jackets and vests should be dry cleaned. As a general rule, insulated jackets with nylon or polyester shell fabric should be washed cold and tumble-dried at a low temperature. Each Filson jacket has a detailed care instruction tag sewn to the interior.

Why Choose Filson?

Filson Insulated Jackets are purpose-built and optimized for varying weather and end-uses. Only the best shell fabrics are used, whether it’s waxed cotton from British Millerain or ultralight Cordura® ripstop nylon. Our goose down is responsibly-sourced and traceable, in compliance with the Responsible Down Standard, and is processed in bluesign®-approved facilities. Many of our PrimaLoft insulations contain recycled material for sustainability.

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