Into the woods.
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 Jacket. Originally patented in 1914 and made to protect timber cruisers during long days in the woods, the Mackinaw Cruiser features rugged, comfortable virgin wool that repels wind, rain, snow, and cold while staying breathable. This iconic piece 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 dual-entry rear map pocket, four front flap pockets with snap closure, 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.
- A functional, iconic coat made for long days in the woods
- Virgin wool is naturally weather-resistant and warm
- Streamlined cut with roomy shoulders and trimmer waist
- Button-front closure with classic Cruiser pockets
- Item #FSN0081
- Q & A
Prefer the old, Seattle, fit
- Height: 5'9"
- Weight: 155lbs
I had an older fit of this jacket which was referred to as the Seattle Fit and it was one of my favorite jackets I had ever owned. Unfortunately, the jacket was taken while at the local watering hole. Since I loved the jacket so much, I instantly looked at replacing it. After poking around a bit and speaking with Filson, I learned that they have discontinued the Seattle Fit but are offering this as its replacement. I figured I would pick it up and give it a try. I am not thrilled with the new fit. I purchased the same size (medium) and the sleeve length seems to be the same. However, there is much more room in the torso. If you were unable to layer with the Seattle fit, you will definitely be able to layer with this new fit. I think I could fit 2 of my torsos in this jacket and still have room to spare.
I am not sure if I will end up keeping this jacket but it wasn't an instant deal-breaker. If you found the seattle fit to be a little trim or tight, I definitely recommend giving the new fit a try.