Filson Skagit Jacket - Men's

Filson Skagit Jacket - Men's
Filson Skagit Jacket - Men's
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Skagit Jacket - Men's by Filson
Steelhead fishermen are know for their willingness to spend long days in the drizzling rain, making thousands of casts for just the chance to tighten their lines on maybe one or two steelhead over the course of a season. Named after one of Washington's most renowned steelhead waters, the Filson Men's Skagit Jacket is built for those long, rainy days spent chasing wild steel. The Skagit isn't your usual Filson jacket, it's made with a more modern approach to technical outerwear with a waterproof, breathable membrane, a three-layer shell construction, and fully sealed seams to keep you dry and comfortable while you're out on the river. Filson tailored the jacket to suit the needs of all anglers with internal neoprene cuffs to help seal out icy river waters when you go to release your catch, and a longer hem that provides additional coverage from rain for when you reach down bring your fish to hand. The flannel-lined handwarmer pockets give your fingers a place to warm up before you try to switch out flies with cold hands, and the two large bellow pockets are an ideal spot to stash a fly box or two when you're packing light.

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