Brand Edit: Filson
Is Filson a Luxury Brand?
Filson is renowned for offering durable, high quality and practical garments and accessories. Their headquarters is based in Seattle, Washington. The brand is truly unique in the fact that they use heavy weight tin cloth, warn mackinaw wool and other materials all of which reflect the brands core identity of quality, long lasting and classic attire.
All Filson bags come with a life time guarantee which just shows how confident they are with the quality of their products and garments
About Filson, Brand History
The brand has a rich history making it a true heritage brand and one with an exceptional story that is still reflect in each and every item they craft today. C. C. Filson was born in 1850, born with adventure in his veins which is said to have come from his father, he eventually moved to Seattle in the 1890’s. The gold rush soon came around which was good timing for Filson himself, as he was already passionate about creating, designing and making garments fit for all weathers. In fact, it has been said he even custom made garments for people to ensure reliability, satisfaction and honesty.
TOUGH, COMFORTABLE OUTDOOR CLOTHING FOR HUNTERS AND ANGLERS, ENGINEERS AND EXPLORERS, MARINERS AND MINERS
“To our customers: if a man is going North, he should come to us for his outfit, because we have obtained our ideas of what is best to wear in that country from the experience of the man from the North — not merely one — but hundreds of them. Our materials are the very best obtainable, for we know that the best is none too good and that quality is of vital importance. You can depend absolutely upon our goods both as to material and workmanship.”
What Makes Filson Special?
Filson continued to grow the brand which has now developed into what it is today but always still holding onto the roots throughout generations to come. All Filson bags come with a life time guarantee which just shows how confident they are with the quality of their products and garments. By the 1960’s Filson’s garments went international, from as far away as Greenland.
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