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Filson Dry Tin Cloth Cruiser Jacket Filson Dry Tin Cloth Cruiser Jacket

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£ 315.00

£ 236.25

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    Filson Dry Tin Cloth Cruiser Jacket

    Summer Sale - Last Chance

    Colour : Grey Khaki

    Regular Price

    £ 315.00

    £ 236.25


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    Free delivery over £ 100 | Free UK exchanges

    Free delivery over £ 100 | Free UK exchanges


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    Patented in March of 1914, the Filson Cruiser was designed for foresters cruising timber ahead of logging crews. The original was made from warm Mackinaw wool and available as a pullover or button-front jacket. The waxed canvas version was an alternative to wool in wet, muddy, and brushy conditions.

    Tin Cloth is a tightly-woven duck canvas with exceptional tear strength and abrasion resistance. A bit stiff initially, it breaks in like a good pair of boots, moulding to the shape of your body. It’s a puncture-resistant barrier to thorns and barbed wire, while sawdust and debris brush off with ease. A reach-through pocket covers the entire back creating two layers of protection. The front features four flapped cargo pockets, side-entry hand pockets and a slotted tool pocket on the left chest.

    Relaxed fit allows room for midweight layers underneath
    Made with puncture, tear, and abrasion-resistant canvas
    Two layers of fabric over shoulders, back, and outer sleeves
    Four snap-flap front pockets
    Full-width rear pocket
    Hand, slotted-utility, and interior stow pockets
    100% Cotton dry finish Tin Cloth

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    Born in 1850, C. C. Filson inherited his father's pioneer spirit and love of the outdoors. After homesteading in Nebraska and roaming the country as a railroad conductor, he moved to the small city of Seattle, Washington in the 1890s. Filson's timing couldn't have been better. By 1897, the Great Klondike Gold Rush was on, and thousands of fortune hunters were stampeding into Seattle, headed north. Armed with a strong work ethic, a reputation for honesty and several years' experience outfitting Pacific Northwest settlers and prospectors, C. C. Filson was ready to stake his claim to fame.

    Filson continued to make his goods from the best materials obtainable, and guaranteed every piece of merchandise. If he didn't stock an item a customer needed, he custom-made it for him. Filson's name became synonymous with reliability, satisfaction and honest values. By the 1960s, Filson's reputation as the premier outfitter for outdoorsmen had spread around the globe. In addition to being stocked by retailers of quality outdoor wear, Filson garments were being ordered by mail from places as far away as Greenland.