Filson Jeans, Sewn In The USA
Well known for its durable canvas and leather goods, Filson is turning its attention to the backbone of America – denim jeans. Producers of reliable gear and apparel for even the harshest conditions, Filson launches its first-ever collection of denim, sewn and made in the USA.
As the latest chapter from a tried-and-true outfitter, Filson’s legacy, weaves itself through each pair of jeans, made using fine selvage denim. Designed to meet the exacting standards befitting the Filson name, “when toughness is a must, you might as well have the best.”
With three pairs on offer, Filson has something for every situation. Workers can pick up a couple of straight-leg Rail-Splitter Jeans (No. 20172097), Japanese Selvedge Jeans (No. 20195429), and finally, Bullbuck Double-front jeans (No. 20172099) with reinforced double-layer leg-fronts, all available in either Indigo or Black.
Rail-Splitter Jeans (No. 20172097)
Sewn-in the USA using Italian denim, Filson workmanship’s trusted legacy finds its way into each bit of stitching. From the metal shank-button waist closure and double-layer pocket bottoms, these jeans are built for heavy-duty situations. Coupled with double-layer reinforced rear pockets, the straight-leg cut of the Rail-Splitter Jeans is the jack of all trades.
Rail-Splitter Japanese Selvedge Jeans (No. 20195429)
Sporting the same classic five-pocket design, this special edition pair swaps out Italian denim for a Japanese Selvedge denim construction on vintage shuttle looms. Offering a tight, durable weave with a clean edge, these limited edition jeans add a whole lot of sturdiness to a centuries-old tradition of craftsmanship.
Bullbuck Double-front jeans (No. 20172099)
Durable and reliable, these work jeans come ready to work harder than ever before with double-layer leg-fronts. Complete with a metal shank-button waist closure and double-layer pocket bottoms, these straight left cut jeans are built for working overtime.
“Denim is a timeless and everyday fabric, and there is a sense of arrival with bringing this line into Filson, alongside materials like our Tin Cloth and Mackinaw Wool that consumers have come to know and love,” said Alex Carleton, Filson’s chief creative officer.