Filson USFS Collection

Aug 4, 2017

Category: Gear

Every great weekend you’ve had in a National Forest is thanks in large part to the U.S. Forest Service. Since 1905 the service has cut trails, built roads, and fought fires all in the name of making our parks accessible and safe. Today, as a sign of thanks to their hard work, Filson is releasing an extremely limited edition USFS Collection.

Why collaborate with the Forest Service? The Seattle, Washington-based outdoor gear company has been in partnership with the USFS since their inception. They were one of the original approved suppliers of the Forest Service, and have remained a staple brand ever since the turn of the 20th century. In celebration of this longtime partnership and of our public land, Filson is releasing a bevy of USFS branded products – some new, and some staple items with exclusive colorways. Whether you want a simple enamel mug, or a new watch for daily wear, this collection has it all. Also be sure to check the video Filson produced below.

Purchase: $15+

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