Knifemaker GiantMouse is continuing its 2022 pop-up shop tour with outdoor apparel giant, Filson. This fall, the GiantMouse team will be traveling to Filson stores across the country to host four weekends packed with great times, exclusive products and opportunities to meet and chat with designers Jens Ansø and Jesper Voxnaes, as well as GiantMouse CEO Jim Wirth. The Pop-up Shop Tour kicked off September 15-18 in New York City at the Filson Manhattan Flagship store. Future stops include Boston, Seattle and Portland, Oregon.
Special GiantMouse / Filson Knives
At each of the four events, GiantMouse will be selling limited edition Filson Brass Clydes. One hundred percent of the proceeds from these special Filson-branded knives will go directly to the National Forest Foundation to support the restoration of the Burley Mountain Fire Lookout. Standing on top of Burley Mountain in Lewis County, Washington, the tower dates back to 1934 and is one of just three remaining fire lookouts in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest.
In addition to the Filson-Edition Brass Clydes, GiantMouse will be selling knives from their fall catalog, as well as one other special gift for friends who stop in to say hello. Visit the dedicated GiantMouse x Filson tour website below for more information on dates, locations and all-things tour related: GiantMouse Filson Tour. As always, stick with us here at Knives Illustrated – All Things Knives for all the latest knife news.
GiantMouse x Filson Tour Dates
Manhattan, New York
Sept 15 – 18
Sept 24 – 25
Oct 15 – 16
Oct 22 – 23
Founded in 2016, GiantMouse is the brainchild of Danish designers/knifemakers Jens Ansø and Jesper Voxnaes (Vox), along with American entrepreneur Jim Wirth. The company provides innovative, high-quality knife designs at a fair price while remaining closely involved with its community of customers. Jens and Jesper stand behind every knife they make, claiming to only produce knives that they would carry and use themselves.
Filson began as an outfitter for the daring pioneers of the 1897 Yukon Gold Rush who abandoned the shelter of society seeking fortune in wild and unforgiving territory. Based in Seattle, Filson’s legacy is one of manufacturing goods engineered for dependability and maximum utility. More than a century after its founding, Filson remains committed to equipping those who courageously blaze new trails and challenge the unknown.