Golden Bear X Todd Snyder Bomber Jacket

Sep 21, 2018

Category: Style

The best fashion staples grow out of functional necessity, and the bomber jacket with its military roots is no exception. Legendary San Francisco-based company Golden Bear and notable fashion designer Todd Snyder teamed up to create a striking iteration of the timeless silhouette, adding another worthy take on the flight jacket design.

Inspired by the MA-1 aviator classic, this jacket is upgraded with dapper and functional materials, including a removable shearling collar and a satin shell. The fully lined jacket has a double zipper closure, tipping at the cuffs and collar, and two front pockets to store your smartphone and other compact gear. Made in America, this bomber jacket is both durable and fashion-forward. The timeless fashion staple is available in navy blue or olive green. Grab this jacket now and take flight toward the horizon.

Purchase: $598

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