Filson Double Mackinaw CruiserStyle: 10041
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10041 Filson Double Mackinaw Cruiser
Two layers of 24 oz. Mackinaw Wool protection.
Keep freezing hail, sudden sleet storms and Arctic blasts at bay in Filson's heavyweight Double Mackinaw Cruiser. The key to this 100% wool coat is a one-piece cape sewn over Filson's basic Mackinaw Cruiser style. Add to that four large utility pockets and hand warmer pockets in front, plus a full-width back map pocket that creates another full double layer. The result is breathable warmth that protects against wind, rain and snow. The button closure creates a simple yet effective storm flap and the full collar and button cuffs allow you to batten down the hatches. Average length in back; 31". Made in USA.
- One piece cape over shoulders, upper back and sleeves creates two full layers of protection
- 1 rear full width cruiser pocket with snap closures accessible from both sides
- 6 button front closure
- 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 cuffs
- Made from thick, heavy 100% 24-oz. Mackinaw Wool
- Your suit size would normally be the correct size. If you intend to layer heavily underneath your Filson coat, we recommend that you order one size larger than your suit size.
How do I clean a Mackinaw wool garment? 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.
Why are the inner sleeves black instead of the same color as the rest of the coat? This coat has been manufactured with black inner sleeves as long as anybody can remember. All of the colors Filson offers in this coat have been the black inner sleeves. It is the same weight of wool as the rest of the coat, and will perform at the same level.
There are benefits that Filson sees in production from using black sleeves instead of other colors. Filson can cut sleeves for several different colors at the same time, maximizing the efficiency of their cutting machine, and minimizing the amount of fabric lost on the cutting floor.
If Filson were to use the same color of wool to make the inner sleeves that Filson used to make the rest of the coat, they would end up wasting more plaid fabric to get the plaid pattern to lie just the way Filson wants it on the sleeve pieces that they cut. Instead, when they use black inner sleeves, they can sew a plaid cuff over the exposed wrist to match the outer cape sleeve.
What do you mean when you say 100% virgin wool? 100% virgin wool is virgin because it comes straight from the sheep, not trimmings or leftovers recycled from the processing of other wool fabrics.
This allows Filson to use the longest fibers to weave fabrics, which is important because longer fibers are inherently stronger than shorter fibers. This makes it unnecessary for Filson to blend synthetic fibers such as nylon or polyester into their wool to make it stronger.
Thus, Filson believes their 100% virgin wool is more resilient and long lasting than wool blends, and you get the full benefit of the wool fibers working for you.
How warm is your 24 oz. Mackinaw wool? Do you offer a temperature chart for your Mackinaw fabrics? Filson does not offer a temperature chart for their Mackinaw fabrics because their warmth will differ from one person to another, depending on a person's metabolism, and other factors. What Filson can tell you is that their 24 oz. Mackinaw wool is one of the warmest fabrics offered in a garment: This is why Filson uses it to make so many of their garments, hats, caps, and even their Style 902 Highlander Boots. You will see it perform most effectively when worn as part of a layering system that may include long johns, shirts, and a sweater or vest.
Is Mackinaw wool water repellent? Wool fabrics are naturally water repellent, and more importantly, retain heat even when wet. 100% virgin wool will absorb up to 30% of its own weight in moisture without becoming damp or clammy.
How noisy is wool in the woods? Wool is very quiet: It doesn't make noise as you walk through brush or ground cover, which is greatly valued by hunters in particular.
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Returns are subject to the following criteria:*Please carefully review the contents of this section, as our return policy has changed as of March 1, 2013.
- Merchandise must be in new, unused, and unaltered condition with tags attached.
- Merchandise with odors or pet hair will be charged a cleaning fee at our discretion.
- Footwear must be returned in its original box in the condition you received it. Do not use the footwear box itself for shipping or a $10 fee will be deducted from the refund amount.
- Merchandise must be postmarked within 90 days of delivery.
For your convenience, we will include a UPS or FedEx prepaid shipping label. The cost of the prepaid shipping label is $8, which will be deducted from refund amount. Unfortunately, packages shipping from an APO/FPO box, Guam, Puerto Rico or outside the United States must use an alternative shipping method.