Fly high, stay warm
Developed by the military in 1918, the bomber was an indispensable asset for WWI pilots. A short-length jacket designed to be worn while seated, with a banded hem and sleeves that closely hugged the waist and wrists, it helped pilots focus on what mattered most – the split-second decisions needed for flight-based combat – without worrying about the cold, numbing winds that come with flying up to 12,000 feet in the sky. We’ve taken the classic silhouette and made it Wisconsin-winter-proof, with a 100% waterproof, seam-sealed shell; cozy quilted lining stuffed with 600 fill power down; plus an adjustable, removable hood with detachable faux fur trim. Guaranteed to keep you warm – no matter how high you fly.