Filson is known for its hard-wearing canvas bags and flannels that are just about bulletproof. Their attention to detail and use of rugged, heavyweight materials have been famous for well over a hundred years. Such an established name in the workwear game usually doesn’t have to innovate much, but Filson aren’t known for resting on their laurels. They recently unveiled a new clothing line called CCF, which is named for the brand’s founder, Clinton C. Filson. This new line of clothes finds its roots in coal mines and rail yards and is comprised of utility jackets, vests, overalls, double-front pants, watch caps, and 6-panel caps.
What we like: the asking prices are very accessible for this level of quality and craftsmanship. Admittedly the coal-miner aesthetic isn’t for everyone, but the basic bombers, hoodies, and caps are easy enough to incorporate into standard streetwear fits—and they’ll probably be more durable than anything else you can buy for the same amount of money.
Available now through the Filson website.