Apolis Reversible Bomber Jacket

Jan 29, 2018

Category: Gear

We’ve come a long way since the days of WWII when it comes to fabric technology. Conversely, it is nice to see the iconic silhouette of the flight jacket (later referred to as the bomber jacket) remains for the most part unchanged. Such is the case with this destruction-proof bomber jacket from Apolis.

Aside from this jacket’s durable destruction-proof properties, it’s also reversible from Navy to Black meaning you essentially get two for the price of one. Additionally, each jacket is built with 55% nylon – quilted that is – 45% cotton and boasts a handful of hidden and exterior pockets making it an ideal travel item for any globetrotter.

Purchase: $298

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