2014 marks the 100-year anniversary of the Filson Cruiser, first designed by Clinton C. Filson back in 1912. The original version featured a large back pocket made with a double layer of fabric, large utility chest pockets (cut wide for extra cargo but engineered to accommodate movement), and a slotted chest pocket to store tools. A staple garment for prospectors and lumberjacks in the Pacific Northwest, the Cruiser is now used by sportsmen and casual wearers alike. What’s remained constant through the various permutations over the past century is warmth, comfort and durability. Throughout the month of March, Filson will be giving away one Cruiser per week through Facebook and Twitter. Go here for more information.