In 1897, C.C. Filson opened Filson's Pioneer Alaska Clothing and Blanket Manufacturers, specializing in goods to outfit the stampeders of the Klondike Gold Rush. It was for inclement weather conditions that C.C. Filson designed his goods. The Gold Rush faded into history, but Filson kept listening to his customers, and outdoorsmen kept coming to Filson for rugged clothes. By the 1960s, Filson's reputation as the premier outfitter for outdoorsmen had spread around the globe. Over 100 years later, Filson’s comfortable and durable goods are still in style.
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Treated with an oil finished tin cloth for water resistance and durability, this slim profile briefcase has a sturdy top zip closure and flap cover with a snap button closure. Four exterior side pockets and brass clasp for keys, all leather handles, detachable nylon webbing shoulder strap, and antique brass hardware. The main compartment has two interior side sleeves and stationary pockets. Bag will soften and gain character over time.
• 12.5 oz. tin cloth shell • Bridle leather straps and trims • nylon-taffeta lined fabric • includes 1.25 oz oil finish re-proof wax • measures 16" x 12.5" x 4" • 6" handle drop length • 16"-21" adjustable shoulder strap drop length • wipe clean • made in USA