Hunting season is under way. And if the very phrase “hunting season” instantly fills your head with visions of Duck Dynasty extras running amok in a sporting goods store, we need to sit down and talk. There’s a better way.
Filson has prided itself on making “unfailing goods” since the day they began making blankets for Klondike explorers in 1897.
But not until now have any of those goods included watches.
So they teamed up with the new torchbearers of American watchmaking, Shinola, to launch their very first watch collection—consisting of field watches, GMTs and chronographs strapped in their legendarily rugged bridle leathers and tin cloth.
In the event that you’re still eyeing a new archivally incined coat for this fall—and the next two dozen or so—you can stop looking now...
Because Filson’s tough-as-nails waxed-cotton jackets and Nigel Cabourn’s nose for timelessly rugged designs have just combined in a perfect storm of autumnal outerwear: C.C. Filson.
For starters, there’s a hooded cape jacket based on a long-lost 1930s Filson coat Cabourn discovered in Japan, and a WWI-style full-length work jacket, and a coat with brass fireman clip closures lined in a heavy-duty wool that will get you through the tail end of fall into winter. There are a few more jackets to come later in the season, so keep your eyes peeled, but in the meantime: