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Outlier Pivotal Bomber jacket

March 22, 2011

As Spring has officially arrived, the guys from Outlier sent me some images of their perfect jacket for this new season. The Pivotal Bomber is a simple, classic looking jacket but in true Outlier fashion is made with high quality performance fabrics, which they say makes it suitable for everything from bike rides around the city to excursions around the world.

The jacket is made from Outlier’s Swiss made 4Season doubleweave Schoeller Dryskin Extreme fabric (which is both highly water resistant and breathable). Superfine New Zealand merino wool was then decided upon for the cuffs and collar (as this is soft against the skin and also helps wick sweat away). Once the materials were sorted they set about constructing the bomber around their patent-pending pivot sleeve construction which ensures a maximum freedom of movement.

It also features a covered zip placket for extra wind proofing, a pair of lower front pockets for sticking your hands in to keep them warm and a great little pocket on the left arm (fastened with a Cabournesqe metal clip) which is perfect for your phone.

So adding all of this together you get a bomber with classic looks but really good performance, perfect for the unpredictable British Springtime. The jacket is available now and in addition to the Burgundy above it also comes in black, charcoal blue and army green. If you fancy one, or for more information on the brand go here: Outlier.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. March 22, 2011 7:58 pm

    looks sweet, def like it in the burgundy. like the last image

  2. James permalink
    March 24, 2011 9:00 pm

    Really like the blue colour they’ve got on their site too.

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