Our Short Lined Cruiser is the ideal work jacket for cold, wet weather. Water-repellent, abrasion-resistant oil finish Tin Cloth repels wind, rain and snow while holding up through tough jobs. The dry finish Cover Cloth lining adds light insulating warmth and durability, and synthetic-lined sleeves allow easy on and off. The hip-length hem eliminates excess fabric for snag-free wear. Button-adjustable cuffs and waist for a custom fit. Features:
Fully lined with durable dry finish Cover Cloth in the body and synthetic lining in the sleeves
Made of abrasion-resistant, water-repellent oil finish Tin Cloth
Hip-length hem provides comfort while seated
Tab-adjustable waist for custom fit
Made in USA with imported material
14-oz. oil finish Tin Cloth
6-oz. dry finish Cover Cloth lining
Care: Do not wash or dry clean - brush or wipe clean with a damp rag. Rewax as needed to maintain maximum water resistance. To prevent the transfer of oils, we recommend avoiding prolonged contact between Filson oil finish goods and light-colored fabrics, especially in warm weather.
I have worn the black version of this jacket almost daily since 2017 and it is damn near perfect. It gets all around use clearing brush, fixing equipment, and cutting trees in Mendocino and looks all the better through the wear. And every time I go to the big city people comment on the jacket. The only suggestion is for an internal snap pocket for a phone so I don’t have to keep replacing the button on the outside chest pocket. Otherwise perfect for work in wet and windy weather, 35-70 degrees. If it’s cold just add a wool shirt and you get a glorious layering setup.
I bought this jacket 3 years ago,Runs a bit smaller than other Filson jackets so keep this in mind if ordering online. I love my jacket and get complements every time I wear it. Its worn into a conversation piece. Comfortable,Durable in the brush..Great Jacket!
Iv bought close to 15 Filson jackets both new and used and realized iv never bought one in Tin Cloth. So after some consideration i decided to add this jacket and the tin cloth vest. After trying it on in a local store i decided i would need an XXL to get the right length of arms. Being a L or XL usually i was worried about the body being too large. But after trying it out for a couple of days it turned out to be just right for layering with a vest and sweater.
The buttons on this jacket are nice and heavy and the fabric is strong and has very little give. I find this is the main reason for the arm length needing to be a little extra long. Mobility is slightly restricted due the the design but this doesn't make it uncomfortable.
Overall the only the issues are that taking in the waist band causes the jacket to sit weird. This may get better as it breaks in. And the other thing is the lack of adjustment on the cuffs as theres only 1 button. A internal pocket would be nice.
A timeless jacket that will most likely get a $100 price increase like the Mackinaw Cruiser
Beautiful and well made jacket. Fit is somewhat weird, however. The body seems to be slim fit, but the sleeves are kind of baggy. Overall, I'm extremely happy with this jacket, and I would encourage anyone on the fence to give it a shot. Unfortunately, most sizes seem to be sold out. I'm suspecting that whenever the other sizes get re-stocked, the price would be hiked $100 out of nowhere, similar to what happened to the Mackinaw Cruiser.
There is a reason these jackets sell out within hours of restocking. They are iconic. The build quality is crazy good. The cut and fit is outstanding. And I haven't mentioned the best part, Filson's waxed tin cloth just gets better and better with each wear and takes on a look that is unique to one lucky enough to have one of these jackets.
Very pleased with my Tin Cloth Short Lined Cruiser Jacket (Large). Coat had just the right amount of room at the waist. Because of my wider shoulder width, I normally have my coats taken in at the waist to remove excess bagginess. Not so with this jacket. It is proportioned to fit my shoulders and waist well. Just enough room for me to wear a sweatshirt or hoodie underneath.
This is my new go-to coat. Functional when I’m out working on the farm, yet stylish enough to wear into the office. Great coat, could not be happier with the quality of both the fabric and manufacturing.
Love my Tin Cloth Short Lined Cruiser--Size Large.
Received my Tin Cloth Short Lined Cruiser--Size Large. Love it. I am 6'4" & 175lbs. I have long arms. The Cruiser fit perfect. I love the color and the lining makes it more comfortable to wear. First time wearing it someone remarked "Nice jacket." Never had this happen before. Ha.
I bought both a 2X and a 3X tin cloth cruiser jacket( the 3x fit best ). I was looking forward to this coat however the sleeves were way too long ( for me ), as well as I was concerned about the breathability of it. Obviously it is a waxed jacket, but I felt I would be too hot in it. Aside from all that it is a great item.
This is by far my new favorite jacket. I am so glad I bought this it looks amazing and the oil finish is awesome. I got a large based on reviews to go with larger size for layering. It seems to run more true to size then the mackinaw cruiser which I bought in medium and is quite roomy. The short line cruiser rides nicely at the hips and fits perfect with a t shirt or a sweatshirt. I think if I had gotten the medium it would have been a little snug in the shoulders layered with a hoodie. Final thoughts this jacket is a true mans jacket buy it you’ll love it.
So I researched this type of jacket and then decided on Filson. It exceeded my expectations and I feel like it is very well made and a true work/field jacket. I went with a large. Which is true to my size. Fits well with room to layer, but the sleeves are a little wider than I would prefer. I dont layer that heavy so I dont need sleeves so wide. However, some people might. Id prefer an option for a jacket with slimmer sleeves. Overall, very pleased with the jacket.
First Filson item and this jacket is borderline perfect. I ordered based on measurement. I'm 5' 7" and 180lbs, 42" suite. Large is the perfect fit. The Cover Cloth liner is very nice. Tin Cloth material is built very well with a nice weight. Only wish is another chest pocket and an interior pocket. But overall, this is a jacket I look forward to wearing and seeing it age.
I had ordered an xl but found it to be a little small. No way I could button it. I go between an xl and xxl. All depends on the maker. The xxl fits great and allows for some room to layer. Really like the look, weight and feel of this jacket. See this as being my go to jacket. Suitable for just about every climate due to the ability to add an under layer as needed.
Just received my jacket. I love it. Used my whole tin of wax. Might recommend using half the tin, even if that leaves it motled at first. I am 5 7, 190, so 20 lbs over correct weight. I ordered a large, and I'm glad I did. Fits closer to a medium--which is great. Rugged, beautiful jacket. If you want to wear asap, hold of on the wax til it's broken in.
All it took was putting this on for the first time for me to have a new favorite jacket. Filson really have outdone themselves with this one, there isn’t a single thing I don’t like about it, nor any improvements that I can recommend. It really is a perfect garment. I can understand why some folks would say it runs small, but I do believe it’s just that it isn’t built with as roomy a cut as their other jackets. I wear an xl in all my other Filson coats and this in xl also fits perfectly for the style of jacket it is. Anyways, I instantly fell in love with this jacket and since it’s a Filson garment I know it’ll be a long and happy relationship.
In a perfect world you’re able to try this on in a store and assure yourself the type of fit you desire. My luck came through in this respect. I’m 5’ 11”, 162, a chest of 39” with a normal shoulder build for my frame. Though most often Filson’s size M has been the answer… the L proved to work a charm with this more atypical Filson pattern and style of jacket. The L offers enough latitude overall to layer in keeping warm with a wool sweater (or a mackinaw wool vest being spot-on perfect) plus no issues of the sleeves feeling restrictive or riding up. Pockets that can catch and collect water don’t make much sense to me. I’d have been happiest with symmetrical chest pockets both of which were flapped. But that’s literally my singular quibble. Man, what a finely assembled and sewn piece of work. Zippo one could pick apart how these are done ~ in Seattle. It’s hard to feature anyone who can manage to score one of these with the right fit not being entirely pleased with it. I’ve a true long term companion with this. And I already own the Tin Cloth Jacket in M Long having found that first rate.
Awesome coat, looks even better in person ! I'm 5'10", 200lbs, 36" waist and it fits perfect. Coat is made very well. It'll outlast me and no doubt will survive the apocalypse ! I'll be looking to buying some more Filson products !
Love this jacket. I’m 5’10” and wasn’t sure if I should go with a medium or a large. Wanted it to be somewhat fitted but not to tight. Went with the large and it’s perfect. If you think your between sizes, I’d go with the one size larger. Can’t wait to wear it this fall. Thanks for a great jacket Filson.
I'm 6'0" and 210lbs. I originally ordered a large but found it snug in the shoulders and too tight for layering so I exchanged it for an XL. The large would have been fine as a hipster fashion jacket, I guess. Perfect length for anyone who wears a tool belt.