Men's Leather Bomber Jacket

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The iconic bomber jacket made from recycled vintage leather.  Cotton cuffs and classic zipped ammunition pocket on left sleeve. As these jackets are patched up by hand from vintage leather they may differ slightly in terms of leather quality, patchwork patterns and minor signs of wear. That's what makes them unique.

Runs small. 


DEADWOOD

Rebellion today is standing up to fast fashion, ruthless mass production, and distorted ideals. Join the movement.

The leather jacket is just as much a classic as the basic white T-shirt or a pair of blue jeans. The biker style has been worn both on and off motorcycles for almost a century and people like Marlon Brando, Marylyn Monroe, Andy Warhol, David Bowie, The Ramones, Lou Reed, Kurt Cobain and many others – all inspiring rebels in their own time and way – have contributed to the jacket’s iconic status and timeless appeal. However it’s not easy finding the right jacket. First of all, bumping into one with the perfect balance between a classic look and a modern fit is a real one in a million. Not to mention finding one that suits your wallet – leather jackets are expensive, especially if you want to find one with a soft hand feel. Also, if your conscience is green you are probably already aware that leather production is a heavy strain on the environment. In fact, the making of a new leather jacket in today’s standard mass production causes roughly 200 kilos (440 pounds) of CO2 emissions. With all this in mind, Stockholm based DEADWOOD set out to be a new kind of fashion brand combining fit, feel and eco-friendliness in one jacket.

Deadwood's Recycled Leather program is a mainly post-consumer waste program in which they collect vintage leather garments, with an outdated style and look, and use the leather to produce new pieces from their own designs. This is a huge relief on the environment and at the same time it gives DEADWOOD leather garments that beautiful and comfortable look and fit they’re known for.

For DEADWOOD it’s natural to incorporate ethical values into the entire process; from designing to producing, transporting and selling. At the core of the label is the contrast between hard surface and soft values. Sustainability and humane conditions for all workers involved in the supply chain is a central focus and DEADWOOD believes this doesn't need to equal the sacrifice of style. 


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