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Tiger Stripe Vintage CAMO Unisex Bomber Jacket - XS
Tiger Stripe Vintage CAMO Unisex Bomber Jacket
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Tiger Stripe Vintage CAMO Unisex Bomber Jacket

    Add a little zing to your wardrobe with this vibrant All-Over Print Bomber Jacket. Wear it on a basic t-shirt, or layer it on top of a warm hoodie—it’ll look great either way. With a brushed fleece inside, and a relaxed unisex fit, this Bomber Jacket is just the stuff of the dreams, so be quick to grab yourself one!

    • 100% polyester
    • Brushed fleece fabric inside
    • Unisex fit
    • Overlock seams
    • Sturdy neck tape
    • Silver YKK zipper
    • 2 self-fabric pockets

    Size guide

      XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL
    Chest (inches) 34 ⅝ 36 ¼ 37 ¾ 41 44 ⅛ 47 ¼ 50 ⅜
    Waist (inches) 26 ¾ 28 ⅜ 29 ⅞ 33 ⅛ 36 ¼ 39 ⅜ 42 ½
    Hips (inches) 37 38 ⅝ 40 ⅛ 43 ¼ 46 ½ 49 ⅝ 52 ¾
      XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL
    Chest (cm) 88 92 96 104 112 120 128
    Waist (cm) 68 72 76 84 92 100 108
    Hips (cm) 94 98 102 110 118 126 134


    Customer Reviews

    Based on 1 review
    Mixed feelings?

    Although I really appreciate Camo HQ reproducing a small variety of Viet Nam era Tiger Stripe Patterns that originated from the Viet Nam era war, I would of preferred that the bomber had not been made with the black waist band trim and the black pocket flap openings trim. Why not just complete the bomber with the black trim around the collar as well if you are going to finish the waist band and the pockets, why not the cuffs? My opinion leave off the black trim and keep the cost down and labor time involved changing fabrics during the construction. All the other Tiger Stripe variations made into bomber jackets are made not using these features and I can't wait to begin putting my orders in for those. Just my personal preference. I do applaud the owners eagerness of the offer to print other varieties still not shown of Tiger patterns of which a total of 13 exist, so Thank You David!!! We will take you up on the offer, since there are some really beautiful patterns still to be appreciated simply for the artistic aspects rather than combat utility.