Another offering from the pre-takeover Filson, this is, like the Tin Cruiser that I also have to offer, in excellent condition. Like the Tin Cruiser, this coat was sold by numerical size, while Filson's current offerings are now alpha sized. (Small, Large, X-Large, and so on.) If this jacket is your (proper, numerical) size, it will give you a much better fit than the current iteration of this jacket!
Filson considers this jacket to be one of its flagship models, and it's designed to give you some serious protection from the elements. This coat is cut from Filson's abrasion-resistent and rain-repellent Tin Cloth; it has two layers of this heavy-duty material on the shoulder yoke and on the arms, making this an extremely durable garment! This also features a loden green collar cut from Filson's famed Mackinaw wool. This coat also comes with the optional loden green Mackinaw wool snap in liner; the liner also has a deep interior utility pocket. The coat closes with Filson's snaps, all with the Filson logo, and it features a plethora of pockets--four bellows pockets (two with their closures given additional protection by the front of the shoulder yoke, as shown) a slotted patch pocket for small flashlights and tools, such as screwdrivers, two deep handwarmer pcokets, and, inside a deep utility pocket. This coat also features a pleated back vent and raglan shoulders for ease of movement and snap adjustable cuffs.
This coat was, of course, Made in the USA--remember, this is a pre-takeover Filson, before the advent of widespread offshoring. It's in absolutely excellent condition, the only minor cosmetic flaw being the slight white bloom from the wax, as shown--this will fade and then vanish with use.
This jacket retails for $430 without the liner; the liner is an additional $175. So, how about $165 for jacket and liner, boxed, shipped, and insured in the USA?
Model 21. Tagged size 40. Measurements:
Chest: 23 1/2 (this is cut for layering)
Sleeve: c. 34 1/4.
Shoulder: NA (Raglan sleeves)