The bomber jacket has become the ubiquitous outerwear silhouette of the season—wherever you turn, there’s an It Girl with the menswear-inspired style thrown over her shoulders. We tend to grow tired of these hyper-trends, their Instagram overexposure making us weary. That is, until someone (or some brand) comes along and gives the piece new life, via an interesting fabrication, color or—in this case—a collaboration we didn’t see coming. Enter the limited-edition Eddie Bauer X Pendleton Reversible 1936 Skyliner Model Jacket (read: American heritage brand meets American heritage brand), a partnership that brings together more than 200 years of combined expertise for a range of seriously covetable—and reversible!—bomber jackets for both men and women. The simple quilted exterior turns inside out to reveal a liner of patterned Pendleton wool, resulting in the fall jacket we just have to have. Click through to see the women’s collection for yourself, and start planning your coinciding outfit immediately.
The Must-Have Bomber
The Eddie Bauer x Pendleton collab is in celebration of the National Parks Centennial. For each jacket sold, Eddie Bauer donates five percent of the net proceeds to the National Park Foundation. Do good, feel good. All good.
Bonus: Reversible translates to two jackets for the price of one to a fashion girl, which means it’s a totally sensible purchase. Done and done.
In creating this collab, Eddie Bauer and Pendleton bring together more than 200 years of combined, American-made clothing experience. That means quality pieces that won’t go out of style anytime soon, and even better, won’t fall apart on you.
Each jacket is lined with a Pendleton wool in a National Park pattern, giving these pieces the ultimate cozy, fall feel. Warning: Wearing one may cause the feeling of being more connected with nature. Glamping, anyone?