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A rugged, weather-resistant, functional coat that's made for long days in the woods or on the job.

For unmatched durability, function, and comfort while you camp, work on the ranch, hunt, or take care of necessary housework, use the Filson Men's Wool Mackinaw Cruiser Seattle Fit Jacket. Originally made to protect timber cruisers during long days in the woods, the Mackinaw Cruiser features rugged Mackinaw wool fabric for protection against wind, rain, snow, and cold. Designed with a Seattle fit, the Mackinaw Cruiser has a streamlined cut that leaves room in the shoulders for mobility and sits comfortably closer to your body so you can wear it for work or for casual occasions. A lower-back Cruiser pocket with snap closure, four front flap pockets with snap closure, three utility slots on the upper left pocket, two hand-warmer pockets, and an internal left chest pocket house your utility tool, business cards, wallet, cell, tape measure, and other essential work or camp gear. 

  • Mackinaw wool fabric
  • Seattle fit
  • Front button closures
  • Button wrist closures
  • Lower-back Cruiser pocket with snap closure
  • Four front flap pockets with snap closures, three utility slots on upper left pocket, two hand-warmer
  • Item #FSN000D

Tech Specs

Material
Mackinaw wool
Fit
Seattle (tailored)
Hood
no
Recommended Use
casual, work, ranch, camping
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

Tech Specs

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Alaska-Tested Vintage Style

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Large

I live in Alaska and operate an organic farm, so performance was important to me. Indeed, this jacket does not disappoint. The Mackinaw fabric is the best wool I have had the privilege of wearing. It is particularly well suited to the damp cold weather of the place that I call home. It stands up and sings in snowy weather and protects from glacial winds.

When purchasing this jacket, it is important to realize that it was designed to wear with layers. Therefore, when it fits correctly it will be roomy, but not too boxy or baggy like the Alaska fit. Bagginess is one of those personal variables we all must decide for ourselves. However, I have firsthand experience with this jacket that proper sizing is essential.

A lot of the reviews suggest that this item runs large and that you need to size down. In most cases, you should buy your normal size. I originally purchased this jacket in a medium that was black when I should have ordered a large. I wanted green (which was out of stock in the medium) but I did not want too baggy of a fit, so I got the medium.

Anyone who lives in or has lived in Alaska knows what a pain in the butt returns can be. Therefore, I tried to make do for a few days and wore it during a wide variety of activities. Although the medium provided a fitted look when I was not layering with a sweater, it was tight across the chest and shoulders. It made swinging a gun or picking up items uncomfortable. With a sweater on too, it felt like I had rope wrapped around my shoulders.

One day, while driving to the farm, I noticed a a tear in the seam of the jacket. I know it was a little tight, but this was supposed to be a Filson. This incident was enough for me to call Backcountry about a return. I could not be more satisfied for the way in which they handled this. They had one green left in a large and within a few short minutes started the process of sending it to me. The turnaround was fast even with the post office. My new jacket looks great, is not too baggy, performs better, and allows me to layer away under it. I can use it on the farm, in the woods, hunting, or out on the town.

You will not regret this purchase. Do not let its light appearance fool you, it is warm. The fabric does not itch, but is rather luxurious. And, who does not want something they can be married or buried in, as well as everything in between?

Winter Style!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Small

This is by far one of the highest quality winter coats I have ever purchased. The green color is amazing and I can already tell this will keep me much warmer than my peacoat or even ski jacket would. I am 5'11", 180 lbs and the small fits perfect. For my height and weight, the small is a perfect, snug fit that would still allow me to wear a sweater under the jacket if desired. I usually wear a medium coat but can tell the medium would've been much to large. The only downside to this jacket is that the wool is extremely itchy. However, since you would most likely wear this during the winter with another sweater or long sleeve underneath, it is easy to look past.

I've had mine for twenty years...

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: XL

Love this jacket. I've worn it hunting, camping, hiking, and just working around the house. I wore it to the bank yesterday and received a compliment on its good looks twenty years after I bought it. They have updated the style slightly but it is largely the same. Filson is expensive but you only have to pay for it once.

Quality

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: Medium

This Jacket is pure quality. I absolutely love this jacket. The quality is incredible. Very very durable. The thing that I am not the biggest fan about the jacket is that it does not have a lining. I only wear this coat for an overcoat to a suit and tie. It doesn't bug me much since I wear it with long sleeves all the time. But if you have a short sleeve on it can be sort of itchy.

Other than that I love the classic look and the classic feel to the jacket. I would recommend this guy to anyone.

Wear it everyhwere

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: Small

I picked up this jacket because I was sick of wearing my ski jackets to dinner and to the bar. It is super warm, has plenty of pockets and is appropriate for almost all occasions from dog walks to nicer dinners.
I opted for Forest Green and it is well represented by the photo on the site. I traditionally wear a medium in Arcteryx and most other brands but went with a small for this jacket.
I can layer with pretty much anything I own - as long as it long sleeved as the wool is not the softest against your skin. I usually just opt for a warm flannel shirt in Park City but could definitely fit my Cerium down jacket underneath without altering the look of the jacket. Overall, I can't recommend it enough.

Filson is the best.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: small

If you want a garment that is 100% made in the USA(PNW), and uses top quality construction and craftsmanship, than Filson is the way to go! Would recommend.

Excellent product worth the price

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: Large

I have been extremely pleased with the quality of this jacket. I love the features and durability. I look forward to many years of use. The price tag is certainly tough to swallow, but I believe it is well worth it.

Trust 100 yrs of manufacturing tradition

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: xs

This has always been one of my favorite jackets because it was my dad's favorite. From projects in the garage to campfire round tables this jacket serves the purpose without the unnecessary bells and whistles of technical outerwear.



One great update Filson has made over the years is the Seattle fit, which incorporates a tailored down fit block. That said, this jacket is not slim. It was designed to be worn with thick layers for outdoor work, not city life, so keep this in mind when you wear yours.

Trust 100 yrs of manufacturing tradition

Seattle Fit is still pretty baggy

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: Large

I'm 6'1" 170 lbs and I like my clothing more on the fitted side. I usually wear M or L depending on the brand or fit. I tried a bunch of size L Filson Seattle Fit jackets because they advertise a 'streamlined cut.' The larges were all much baggier than I'd like.

Great Fit

  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: medium

After much correspondence, my jacket finally came. It fit perfectly, I especially liked the way the Seatlle fit is tapered and form fitting . Filson makes an excellent product that will last a lifetime.

Gift For My Brother

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I bought this as a gift for my brother that lives in Maine in charcoal. It's a very impressive jacket. It's warm, looks great, and is well constructed. My only fear is that I'll end up buying one for myself soon enough.

Double Check!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs large

This coat is well built and looks great. Size was just a tiny bigger than I expected, but works well anyways. It does seem to be true wool. I say "Double Check", because I did not double check the details as to its thickness before buying. In the picture it looked like it was going to be at least 1/3 thicker than it is, so do not presume that this will keep you warm without another coat underneath or two seat-shirts or more. Especially in lows of 5*F or more. Besides that, it is worth the money i believe.

The classic Filson jacket!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

So what if your Dad wore it.. or your Great Grand Dad... or even your Great Great Grand Dad while gold panning the Yukon. They were real men that knew a thing or two. This is the signature Filson jacket that your son will be stealing when he goes to college. You should buy this now so it's broken it by the time he is off to the dorms. ;)

Mackinaw in it's natural element.

The Mackinaw Cruiser is a staple. Filson has spent a century developing this design to meet the changing needs of those who refuse to stay indoors.

Mackinaw in it's natural element.

Hi, I.m 6´1 and 180 lbs, should I get a Medium or Large?

I'm a 38 jacket. 5'10" 150 lbs. Should I get a medium or a small?