Dark Black Rust Herringbone Wool Bomber Jacket - $260

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To place an order, email us the design name and size to bomber.lowerpark@gmail.com. We will then email you a payment link within a day. After payment's complete, we'll make your jacket and ship within 2-3 weeks. Thanks for your patience, we cut & sow everything by hand in our small shop in Guadalajara, Jalisco. 

Please be careful when ordering as we do not offer refunds on the customs made jackets. Email us any sizing questions & modifications you may want beforehand.

Dark Black Rust Herringbone Check Wool bomber jacket - $260. Custom made to order. This twill fabric was made in Wales in the mid 1900's by William Bill. We only have enough of this material in our shop to make one jacket.

We have 6 sizes available, SX, S, M, L, XL, XXL. Please view measurements below when placing order. The price is $260, plus shipping/tax. 

See sizing Below
X Small
Arm Length - 65cm
Back Height - 62.3cm
Back Width - 48cm

Arm Length - 65cm
Back Height - 64.5cm 
Back Width - 48.5cm

Arm Length - 66.5m
Back Height - 66cm 
Back Width - 50cm

Arm Length - 67.5cm
Back Height - 67cm 
Back Width - 51.5cm

X Large
Arm Length - 67.5cm
Back Height - 68cm 
Back Width - 53cm

XX Large
Arm Length - 70.1cm
Back Height - 70.8cm 
Back Width - 55.5cm

"Arm Length" measurements are from should to wrist with elbow bent at 90 degrees.
"Back Height" is from lower back of neck to waist. 
"Back Width" is from shoulder to shoulder

Back story on the textile....
The firm W Bill was founded by William Bill in 1846, in Mold, North Wales. Originally WIlliam Bill specialised in blankets and Welsh flannels, but they soon branched out into tweeds and later into the finest cashmeres. Initially using tweed for menswear was a radical move, popularised by the Duke of Windsor in particular, the firm moved to London in 1892.  W.Bill tweeds and knitwear were worn by Pablo Picasso & Ernest Shackleton.


Email your order to bomber.lowerpark@gmail.com.


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