Knifemaker GiantMouse will go to Filson outlets nationwide to promote special-edition knives in help of restoring a Thirties lookout fireplace tower.
This fall, an unknown variety of limited-edition Filson Brass Clydes shall be offered at 4 places throughout the GiantMouse Pop-Up Store Tour. This weekend, the pop-up tour will head to the Filson Boston retailer. Afterward, the tour will proceed over within the Pacific Northwest in Seattle in addition to Portland, Ore.
At every occasion, people can view and buy unique knives, together with merchandise from GiantMouse’s fall assortment. Associates of GiantMouse and Filson, the manufacturers introduced, will obtain a bonus “present” after they drop by at one of many places.
There may also be alternatives to community with Jens Anso and Jesper Voxnaes, designers of Filson knives, and Giantmouse CEO Jim Wirth.
All proceeds from the sale of those specialty knives will go to the restoration of the historic landmark Burley Mountain Fireplace Lookout. The manufacturers will donate the funds by the Nationwide Forest Basis.
Why this particular restoration undertaking? Filson was based in Seattle, so it’s solely becoming to provide slightly again to a neighborhood Washington state landmark. And GiantMouse is enthusiastic concerning the collab.
“We needed to help a charity that Filson was supporting with the proceeds of those knives. And after they advised us concerning the fireplace lookout restoration, we cherished it! Filson has been working with the Nationwide Forest Basis on this undertaking for over a 12 months.” GiantMouse knives defined.
The Burley lookout is just one of three that also stay in Washington state’s Gifford Pinchot Nationwide Forest. It was inbuilt 1934 and registered as a historic landmark in 2000.
Restricted-Version Filson Brass Clyde
The Brass Clyde ($185) has a 3-inch Elmax blade with a satin end, brass deal with, and bronze washers. The model will engrave “Filson” on the handles of the special-edition knives.
Solely 50 of the Filson-edition Brass Clydes exist, and so they’re accessible solely at this pop-up store on a first-come, first-served foundation. The knife goes for $200 MSRP.