Mission Workshop & Halley Stevensons Teamed Up On A Bomber Jacket

Sep 16, 2019

Category: Style

More often than not, subtle style ends up being classic, as you can always express more with less. Mission Workshop’s interpretation of the iconic 85-year old bomber jacket is a minimalist offering made with one of the best materials on the planet.

The Mission Workshop Bomber WX jacket is constructed from Desert Silkwax Cotton made by Halley Stevensons in Scotland, a company that’s been making textiles since 1864. Desert Silkwax cotton is a revolutionary, as it features a matte finish and dry feel while providing you with superior water-resistance. Not to mention, the bomber jacket wears in handsomely, growing gracefully with you as time passes by. The interior is packing 50 gsm high-performance Polartec Alpha insulation, which was developed for U.S. Special Operations for unmatched breathability while active on the field. And you can carry all your EDC gear with its multiple pockets, including a zippered sleeve pocket with a pen slot and a zippered chest pocket. Look for the jacket to drop this fall with a price tag of $580.

Purchase: $580

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