Filson Log Carrier

Jun 24, 2014

Category: Gear

Most men who live in the country will need something to carry their logs into the home, but is that reason alone really worth getting married for? No it is not.

Stay single and solve the problem with the Log Carrier from Filson. Made from 22-oz. 100% cotton oil finish rugged twill with 100% genuine bridle leather, this stylish, water repellent accessory could probably also be used to carry cannolis or delicious turkey subs, but don’t bother throwing either of them in your woodstove; they don’t burn well. It’s specifically made for, um, big loads, with the handle sewn and riveted, and the fabric edges double stitched to last a lifetime—or at least until you find a sturdy wife. [Purchase]

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