Wool Jackets

  1. Seattle Wool Jac-Shirt
  3. Seattle Wool Jac-Shirt
  4. Mackinaw Wool Vest
  5. Mackinaw Wool Cruiser Jacket
  7. Seattle Wool Jac-Shirt
  8. Mackinaw Wool Western Vest
  9. CPO Wool Jac-Shirt
  10. Mackinaw Wool Work Jacket
  11. Mackinaw Wool Jac-Shirt
  12. Lined Mackinaw Wool Work Vest
  13. Mackinaw Wool Jacket Liner
  14. Mackinaw Wool Vest Liner
  15. Lined Mackinaw Wool Jac-Shirt
  16. Mackinaw Wool Vest Liner
  17. Mackinaw Wool Cape Coat
  18. Seattle Wool Cruiser Jacket

Wool Jackets and Coats Fit for Any Excursion

What makes wool a good material for jackets?

Because wool is warm and breathable even when it gets wet, it’s been the preferred fabric in the outdoors for centuries. Wool has a unique fiber structure that naturally wicks moisture away for evaporation.

Why choose a Wool Coat over other materials?

Wool wicks away moisture and absorbs up to 30% of its own weight in water without feeling damp or clammy, keeping the wearer dry in snow and light rain. Wool is comfortable in a wider range of weather conditions than any other fabric. With most synthetics, multiple garments are required in order to match a wool coat’s comfort in cold, wet weather. Because wool is more breathable than traditional rain gear, you’ll stay drier from the inside than when wearing a nylon or waxed-cotton jacket.

How do you care for Wool Jackets?

Caring for wool is quite simple. Lightly brush the dirt or dried mud with a soft nylon-bristled brush. The unique structure of wool fibers allows dirt to easily release from the fabric. Wool that gets oily stains should be professionally dry-cleaned rather than washed in water. When storing a wool jacket during warmer months, hanging it in a cloth bag with cedar shavings will prevent moth damage. Wool should never be stored wet or in moist places and should only be dried at room temperature.

What makes Filson Wool Coats Different?

Only the longest, sturdiest fleece fibers are selected for Filson wool. These fibers are tightly spun into yarns with exceptional strength, then tightly woven into a dense fabric. The end result is wool fabric with greater warmth, weather resistance, and durability than our imitators.

The Wool Experts.

The highest quality wool goods have been Filson’s foundation since our 1897 inception. During the Alaskan Gold Rush, warm and durable wool was literally a matter of survival and Filson was the outfitter of choice. Since the gold rush, Filson’s iconic wool jackets and wool pants have been prized by foresters and sportsmen from the Pacific Northwest to the Rocky Mountains. Our 1914-patented Mackinaw Wool Cruiser is our most famous jacket and the prime example of the performance and lasting value of a top-quality wool jacket.

Over a Century of Expertise Crafting Wool Coats

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