Founded in 1897,
Cut from hard-wearing flannels, the shirts are no-nonsense wardrobe anchors that work alone or as the ideal layering pieces during fall and winter. To honor one of the OGs of the workwear game, we’ve rounded up the best Filson work shirts below.
We had to start on the OG from the OG. The red & black plaid flannel is a stalwart in men’s style and, in keeping with Filson’s signature: “You might as well have the best”!
A man can never have too many flannels. That’s because they come in so many different palettes. This vintage iteration uses black & natural off-white as its base for full versatility.
Cut from lightweight cotton, the Scout Shirt is good for use during summer, too.
While many Filson work shirts come with classic styling, the Northwest Wool Shirt features a two-tone houndstooth pattern for a more contemporary take on the style.
Featuring a soft moleskin build, the Seattle Shirt’s green hue is an MVP. The texture and tone work together perfectly for one of the best overshirts we’ve seen all season.
Heavyweight corduroy is always a good starting point for a shirt. Filson builds on the sturdy foundation with perfect detailing to round out this classic.
Standing at the intersection between a jacket and a shirt, the Lined Mackinaw Jac-Shirt is basically the ideal winter garment. Layering made easy, plus high-end insulation and full utility, it’s a hack for getting through the cold season.
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