The Very Warm Hancock Bomber Jacket

Oct 17, 2018

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Part of the fall transition means busting out the bomber jacket for those cooler commutes. And thanks to The Very Warm, this camo print all-weather and style-forward essential will keep you ahead of the design curve this season all while curbing that ever-present chill in the air.

Dubbed the Hancock Bomber, this jacket hosts the likes of a water-resistant camo twill fabric exterior while 60/40 premium down fill keeps the warmth where you need it most. Additionally, the interior lining is adorned with the abstract art piece “Vortex” by NY artist Erasmo — to whom a portion of the proceeds are sent — and hosts durable heavy nickel hardware, soft knit ribbing at the waist, collar, and wrist, and a set of insulated microfiber pocket interiors for good measure.

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Purchase: $316 (w/Promo Code)

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