Filson’s New Scout Collection Got Their Inspiration from WWII Aviator Watches
Check it out: Filson’s New Scout Collection is brand new and looks great!
The famous company Filson has its headquarters in Seattle, Washington.
Well-known world-wide for making products in the USA from high-quality fabrics such as heavyweight Tin Cloth and warm Mackinaw Wool, the company stands for the highest-quality and most durable apparel and accessories available.
Since the company was first started, its philosophy has never changed. They still go for that “Make sure it’s the absolute best”.
“Clinton Filson spent a lot of time talking to his customers and refining his designs to their specifications. So it’s not surprising that the items that worked then still work today, over 100 years later.”
And to continue that tradition they have now released a new collection. Describing it one should only use words similar with perfection, high-quality and always the best materials.
Their new watch collection called Scout was inspired by classic pilot watches from WWII. It comes in seven different styles, resembling the Filson’s work in each piece.
The pieces are 45.5mm large-dial timepieces, constructed with scratch-resistant sapphire crystal faces and Argonite quartz movements.
The vintage pieces are remarkable and the aviator-inspired items also include Horween or bridle leather straps that come in amazing rich colors.
If you fell in love already with these amazing timepieces by Filson I’ve got good news. You can now purchase them from company’s official website.
Their prices are between $650 and $900. And now they offer free international shipping for orders higher than $200.
For some pieces designed by the best and featuring the finest mechanical work, these watches surely look good.
Available now for someone who will be fly fishing, jumping out of airplanes, climbing rocks, hiking mountains, or hitting the slopes, a true adventurer.
That type of person will surely look for a timepiece that can take a beating, look like a million bucks, but have a relatively good price.
And we have found it. You’ll notice a double-aperature configuration for the date, which looks to be a nice detail even from this initial angled photo of the watch.
Additional design details recall some of the more iconic military pilots’ watches of the 20th century, including no-nonsense Arabic numerals and beefy luminous markers similar to those on RAF-issue Mark XI watches.
Cool, isn’t it? Find out more information about the watches here.