Apparel companies’ joint efforts with Star Wars are as marketable of a collaboration opportunity that manufacturers can pounce on. Although a number of them can undoubtedly be marked as tacky cash-grabs, numerous capsules offer some genuinely worthy pieces. Adding to the latter is Columbia, the Portland-bred outerwear company that looks to shift to a galaxy far, far away with their new Boba Fett Interchange Jacket.
Diving into George Lucas’s vast archive of concepts and drawings, this piece garners authentic inspiration from the series’ iconic Boba Fett. While part of a capsule that features a trio of garments, the standout is by-far and out the Interchange Jacket. Boasting three different forms, its abundance of layers looks to ensure warmth when utilizing each but also features minute details of Star Wars lore that fans will surely appreciate. Part of that comes to play with the jacket’s back ventilation intended to parallel Boba Fett’s jetpack. Composed of a waterproof shell exterior, the truly impressive aspect of the Interchange Jacket is its insulated puffer lining which utilizes Columbia’s patented Omni-Heat Infinity thermal in case you find yourself strolling through Hoth one winter morning. Serving as a sleek 3-in-1 piece, the outer shell is reversible with its inner lining starring some subtle graphics, while the insulated inner puffer can be worn on its own, as well.
Available starting December 3rd for $450, Columbia’s Boba Fett Interchange Jacket will serve as a surprisingly stylish piece of wear that’ll surely appease the common outdoorsman — or intergalactic bounty hunter.
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