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Filson Shelter Cloth Packer Coat - M

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Trapp, Jan 6, 2012.

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  1. Trapp

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    Filson Packer Coat in Shelter Cloth (SOLD)
    Medium

    This is a serious jacket. Awesome construction, made in USA, and the shelter cloth is very nice. Great for rain and wet weather, layering, hiking, etc.

    Barely worn at all. Still has a faint factory odor as it does when coming direct from Filson (this is not a strong odor that one sometimes associated with waxed cotton (think Barbour) or with Filson's tin cloth (which is oily to the touch, whereas this is completely dry in both appearance and touch). Smells good, not toxic, like it belongs in the great outdoors. Wrinkles are from storage and will shake right out after one wear.

    This jacket is $295 on Filson's site. Let me know if you have questions or need more pics. The rear view pic I posted makes the coat look like a flying squirrel, but for a piece of functional clothing this actually has a very flattering cut when viewed from the back.

    I do not have a hood for this jacket.

    Made in USA.

    SOLD
    shipped CONUS
     
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