10043 Filson Men's Mackinaw Cruiser
Patented in 1914 and still just as warm, functional and durable. Originally designed to protect timber cruisers during long days in the woods, Filson's rugged Mackinaw Cruiser soon gained fame for exceptional warmth, comfort and durability. It's famed for function too, with 4 front utility pockets, a 3-slot pocket, 2 hand warmer pockets, an open inner pocket, and a full-width map pocket in back. Made of Filson's thickest, heaviest Mackinaw Wool, a proven barrier against wind, rain, snow and cold. Longer cut (average 31 inch in back). Button cuffs. Made in USA.
- 1 large rear full coat width cruiser pocket
- 6 button front
- 4 large front pockets with snap flaps
- 3 utility slots sewn over upper left front pocket
- 2 hand warmer pockets under lower front pockets
- 1 interior left chest pocket
- Adjustable button closures at wrists
- Absorbs up to 30% of its weight in water without becoming damp or clammy
- Made from thick, heavy 26 oz. Mackinaw Wool or 24 oz. Mackinaw Wool (Charcoal only)
- Filson coats are generously sized. Your suit size would normally be your correct size. If you intend to layer heavily underneath your Filson coat, Filson recommends that you order one size larger than your suit size
- Professionally dry clean only, with a reliable dry cleaner you can trust. Point out any spots or stains so your dry cleaner can treat them properly.
- DO NOT machine wash, even in cold water, because wool can shrink unevenly or dramatically.
- What should I do if my Mackinaw wool garment gets wet? Allow wet wool garments to dry at room temperature, away from direct heat and sunlight. Let any mud dry, and then brush off. Always brush with the nap of the fabric, not against it.
- How do I properly store a Mackinaw wool garment? Hang correctly: Use a hanger that fits, preferably a shaped or padded hanger. Set the garment properly on the hanger. Hang pants with the pant legs aligned to keep the creases straight.
- Hang your wool clothes where they can breathe; avoid overcrowding. Empty the pockets to avoid straining pocket seams that could cause misshaping.
- To prevent uneven or unnatural color fading, avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight. Even so, being a natural fabric, it is common for wool garments to fade over the years. Some colors naturally fade faster than others; Blue/Black plaid usually fades the fastest.
- Filson wool garments have NOT been chemically treated to repel moths. To prevent moth damage, dry clean before storing, to remove the odors that attract moths. Place mothballs, flakes, or crystals where your wool garments are stored. If using moth crystals, do not hang garments in plastic garment bags, as the chemicals in the moth crystals may cause the plastic to melt and damage your clothes. Although the smell of cedar is repellent to moths, cedar balls or chips alone do not guarantee that your wool clothes will be safe from moth damage.
- Refresh wool clothes by hanging in a steamy bathroom. The steam helps remove wrinkles. Hang wool garments in a well-ventilated area for a day or two to dissipate the smell of mothballs or crystals.