|This 22oz. paraffin treated cotton twill bag in otter green is great for carrying small items in and hosts to several vegetable tanned bridal leather features. It houses a leather trimmed storm-flap with buckling leather closure strap and brass plated nickel hardware. There is a leather carrying handle and buckling leather shoulder strap, a full width rear pocket, two side pockets, one large interior compartment with a brass clip key fob, one front pocket with expanding tuck detail and snapping flap closure.
Measures: W 14 inches x H 11 inches x D 5 inches
Filson's water repellent canvas is ridiculously tough and will wear beautifully, developing a broken-in patina over time that makes it special to each individual owner.
C. C. Filson moved to the small city of Seattle, Washington in the 1890's and his timing couldn't have been better. By 1897, the Great Klondike Gold Rush was on, and thousands of fortune hunters were stampeding into Seattle, headed north. In 1897, Filson opened C.C. Filson's Pioneer Alaska Clothing and Blanket Manufacturers, specializing in goods to outfit the stampeders to the Klondike Gold Rush. Stories of harrowing experiences in the Yukon were widely reported and it was for these terrible conditions that Filson designed his goods. He owned his own mill and manufactured Mackinaw clothing, Mackinaw blankets and knit goods, as well as selling boots, shoes, moccasins and sleeping bags specially designed for the frigid North. Filson kept in close contact with his customers, improving his goods to meet their specific needs. The stampeders depended on Filson. In that era, clothing wasn't a matter of choice, but of survival. Today, Filson stands by these traditions and continues to outfit the world with indestructible and time honored goods.