Filson Cover Cloth Aberdeen Work Jacket

Mar 5, 2019

Category: Style

Known for their highly functional yet handsome workwear, Filson has been a go-to brand for those who’ve needed durable gear since 1897. They have plenty of timeless designs in their archives and they’ve decided to re-release a classic called the Aberdeen Work Jacket.

Constructed from 8 oz cotton oil finish ‘Cover Cloth,’ which is their lightest waxed canvas yet, the Aberdeen Jacket is both wind and rain-resistant, allowing you to wear it form spring throughout fall. During winter, you can add a Filson liner for more warmth. The American-made jacket has snap-flap cargo pockets, moleskin-lined handwarmer pockets, rib-knit cuffs, feather cloth body lining, and a heavy-duty front zipper complete with a snap-close storm flap. The American-made travel jacket is available right this second in two colorways for $325.

Purchase: $325

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