Weekend Special - Extra $15 OFF + Free Shipping on orders over $75,  -  Code: LOVE15

  Loading... Please wait...

Shop By Color

Clear Filter


Mens Bomber Jacket Sale 

Bomber Jacket has a history. It was made during WW-I and WW-II to keep the US pilots warm at -50°C on high altitudes because some airplanes didn’t have enclosed cockpits. It was also called mens flight jacket due to its association with the pilots. As of current fashion trend, Bomber leather jacket is the only solution for your smart, elegant and badass look in cold weather. The military-style is made versatile and functional, features pure leather and tailored under the experts.

A perfect piece that comes for various purposes, with a fitted waist and more generous fit, like the bulky sleeves and extra pockets to be functional and purposeful.They are an unbiased style pieces with no boundaries when it comes to gender, age or style. It remains in trend during the twenty-first century and much influential in the formal and the street culture, and upgrades in its design and quality get further popularity these days.

So, style a brown or black leather bomber jacket mens with your perfect pair to level up the fashion in accordance with the modern culture.

Leather Bomber Jacket Seasonal Style

You may have heard of the bomber jacket as one of the best winter pieces, it’s true, but the outerwear is also a staple for another season. It depends on how you layer it and the type of material the jacket is made of. Here is how you can enjoy the timeless style of a bomber jacket in every season.

Winter bomber jacket mens

winter-bomber-jacket.jpg

When the weather gets chilly, you need to consider functionality over form, but you can have both with a bomber jacket. For winters, it best to go for a sturdier material like real leather. You also buy a jacket with a shearling lining for extra protection. Secondly, layering is just as essential. The number of layers depends on the severity of the temperature. Usually, a wool turtle neck or sweater would look sharp as hell. You can finish off the look with a scarf and a pair of solid boots.

Bomber Leather Jackets for Transitional Season

suede-bomber-jacket.jpg

Spring and Fall is the time when the weather is moderately cold. Generally, you will not need bulky sweaters and accessories like a scarf or beanie. A real leather bomber jacket or a suede jacket paired with a thin sweater or Henley shirt would do the job. You can wear light wash jeans with a darker shirt or dark jeans with a light tone shirt and play with different color combinations to get good use out of your jacket. For footwear, there is nothing more comfortable than a pair of sneakers. 

Bomber Jackets for Summers

summer-bomber-jacket.jpg

You obviously can't wear heavy leather or shearling jacket for summer, but it's always good to have a lightweight jacket by your side for a relaxed evening time. Some of the lightweight options include satin, cotton, and nylon. You can wear your jacket over a regular cotton tee and pair it with slim-fit jeans to call it a day.

FAQS (frequently asked questions)

Are bomber jackets in Style 2020?

Trends come and go, but certain items are unaffected by the changing trend. One such example is the bomber jacket. Even though the modern styles are a bit more streamlined, they still follow the classic bomber jacket's basic structure. You can never go wrong if you're thinking of buying one.

What are bomber outer good for?

It's an easy-to-style jacket that comes with the perfect balance between form and functionality. These jackets are made to fit loosely around the torso and arms, enabling you to add some extra layers during the winter months or wear them as soon as the temperature rises.

What color should I get?

Depending upon your choice, you can go the classic route by wear a brown bomber jacket. On the other hand, if it's versatility you are looking for, black is the single best option. But if you want to look hip, try modern colors like olive and maroon.

Are bomber jackets 90s fashion?

The jackets were just as popular in the 90s as they're right now. The only difference is that oversize styles were preferred over the modern, streamlined ones we have today. Therefore, if you're looking to dress up to a 90s theme, an oversize jacket would be perfect.

Where did bomber jackets originated from?

Bomber jackets were introduced for air force pilots in the early 1900s to keep them warm in cold temperatures. Different cultures later adopted the style until finally making its way to mainstream fashion. The modern jacket still follows the basic structure. 

What is the use of a leather flight jacket?

A flight jacket's primary purpose is to keep you warm; it comes with a shearling liner and thick material that works as a barrier against color. Generally, real leather ones are heavier and toasty, while nylon ones are lightweight and moderately warm.

Should a leather bomber jacket mens be tight?

This jacket style is not supposed to be tight. It looks best with a straight silhouette, roomy arms, and torse with snug cuffs and hems to keep the cold out. The jacket has a reputation for relaxed-looking outerwear for ease of movement, and it should be worn the same way.


People Also Ask:

What is the difference between a bomber jacket and a varsity jacket?

While varsity jackets share the same structure as the classic bomber jacket, they have a different purpose and overall appearance. Here are the differences.

Purpose: Bomber jackets were traditionally introduced for air force pilots specifically for protection against cold; it was later adopted as mainstream fashion. On the other hand, varsity jackets represent senior members of a university sports team.

Material: Bomber jackets are usually entirely constructed with leather, satin, or synthetic material; on the contrary, a varsity jacket's body and sleeve may be of a different fabric, for example, a wool varsity jacket having a leather sleeve.

Color: Traditionally, bomber jackets have the same tone throughout, while varsity jackets usually come with a mix of two contrasting or matching styles.

Are bomber jackets waterproof?

Waterproof means that the material can repel water and stop it from entering inside; therefore, a bomber jacket is not waterproof unless it's specially designed for that purpose. On the other hand, water-resistant means the ability of the material to repel water. Although leather can naturally repel water to a certain limit, excess water can severely damage the material after it dries, leading to cracks and stiffness. To make your leather water-resistant, you will need to apply a layer of wax.

Which type of jacket is best for winter?

Winter jackets usually have thick outer material that stops wind and cold from entering and a soft lining that provides insulation. The outer shell should be of a thick material like leather, denim, or heavy cotton, while the lining can be Sherpa, wool, or fur. A jacket alone is not enough for winter. You will also need the right layers for proper insulation. Here are some of the best winter jackets are

Bomber Jackets: Bombers and flight jackets come with tight knitted cuffs and waist; they were introduced in the early 1900s to keep pilots protected from cold in high altitudes. It's highly functional and perfect for winter chills.

Puffer Jackets: Puffer jackets are quilted jackets usually made of synthetic material such as nylon and filled with down, a soft feathery insulator acquire from ducks and goose. The coat works very well during cold, dry weather.

Parkas: Parkas are long jackets with a hood usually made of thick windproof material and lined with real or faux fur ideal for sub-zero temperatures.

How do you know if a bomber jacket fits?

With oversized jackets becoming a trend, it's hard to say what the right way to wear a jacket. However, there is a big difference between getting a particular style right and unknowingly making yourself look sloppy. Here is how your bomber jacket should fit traditionally.

Length: The stretchable waistband should sit on your hip just a couple of inches below your belt.

Sleeves: The sleeves of a bomber jacket is made of rib-knit that sits snugly around the wrist. If your sleeves are any longer, the excess material will create an extra bulge around the arm. For a trim look, make sure there no bulge while the cuffs sit right over your wrist.

Collar: The collar of your jacket should slightly touch your neck without being too tight or loose

Shoulder Seam: The shoulder seams should sit right above your shoulder joint for a trim look.

What material is a bomber jacket made of?

The bomber jackets' material has continuously changed over the years due to the customers' emerging trends and requirements. The traditional ones were made of real leather material. You can also find jackets made of satin, nylon, silk, cotton, and other materials. The lining material may comprise shearling, viscose, polyester, or fur.

Can bomber jackets be worn in summer?

Lightweight bomber jackets made of cotton, satin, or nylon can be worn during summer if you live in a cold climate with temperatures between mid 60 to 70 degrees. However, if you live somewhere it gets higher than 80 degrees Fahrenheit, you shouldn't be wearing a jacket.

How do you know if a jacket is too big?

You can find out if the jacket is too big by looking at one of the three places.

Shoulder seam: If the shoulder seam is falling downwards more than a couple inches lower than the edge of your shoulder joint, you need to replace your jacket with a smaller one.

Sleeves: The sleeve should sit nicely on your wrist with no excess fabric hanging around your arm.

Length: If the hem of your jacket is more than a few inches below your belt, it's said to be bigger than average. Anything longer will be too big.