Filson C.C.F. Workwear Collection

Aug 6, 2018

Category: Style

Way back in 1897, a man by the name of Clinton C. Filson began designing and manufacturing simple, practical workwear for blue collar workers – like miners, loggers, etc. – in the Pacific Northwest. Now, more than 100 years later, his brand – Filson – is returning to their roots with the C.C.F. Workwear Collection.

Ranging from jackets, to work pants, to hats, and more – these pieces are all designed to be functional wear for the working man. And while they’re all built from extra tough materials – like nylon, cotton duck canvas, polyester, and acrylic – they also some of the most handsomely put together articles of clothing we’ve ever had the pleasure to see. This dependable gear – the product of 120 years of expertise – will be available soon, selling for between $24 to $295.

Purchase: $24+

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