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Vulturus Bomber Jacket

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Bomber jackets are perfect for your next concert!

*This product is being discontinued. All sales final.

$199.99 $80.00

Variations

  • Size
  • Size Chest Width Body Length
    Small 21 in.
    53.34 cm
    27.5 in.
    69.85 cm
    Medium 23 in.
    58.42 cm
    28 in.
    71.12 cm
    Large 25 in.
    63.50 cm
    28.5 in.
    72.39 cm
    XL 27 in.
    68.58 cm
    29 in.
    73.66 cm
    2XL 28.5 in.
    72.39 cm
    29.5 in.
    74.93 cm
    3XL 29.5 in.
    74.96 cm
    30 in.
    76.20 cm
    How to measure

    How to measure

    Body length

    Measured from neck seam to the bottom of the T-shirt.

    Body width

    Measured across the chest (not around the chest) below the sleeves.

    All measurements are in INCHES and may vary an inch in either direction.

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Description

  • Shell: 100% Recycled Polyester with PVC coating
  • Lining: 100% Recycled Polyester satin with 70 gsm insulation in body
  • Polyester fiber in this blend is made from recycled content including plastic bottles
  • Recycled poly helps reduce water usage, energy consumption and CO2 emissions when producing this garment
  • Unisex slim fitting poly-shell bomber
  • Rib-knit banding at collar, cuffs and hem
  • Utility pocket on sleeve
  • Premium YKK zipper
  • Golden Goods brand

Proudly made by our San Francisco neighbors, Golden Goods! The Golden Goods crew make it their mission to create the most comfortable, soft gear in the market. Each piece has extreme attention to detail and is constructed with premium quality fabrics.

Wash Instructions:
MACHINE WASH COLD
TUMBLE DRY LOW
INSIDE OUT
DO NOT BLEACH
DO NOT DRY CLEAN
DO NOT IRON GRAPHIC

NOTE: Size charts are for general reference. The fit may vary depending on construction, materials and manufacturer. Sizing may also vary between and within brands.

About The Artist

Born in New Jersey and raised on huge doses of Saturday morning cartoons through the 70s and 80s, definitely shaped the attitude and art style Squindo have today.  More than once his art teachers told hin that what he was doing was not art and the cartoon-ish style could never mesh with real art, leaving no future or career doing what he was doing...so of course he pursued it!

Squindo's fine art is a lowbrow collection of skulls, hotrods, monkeys, tikis and pinup girls primarily painted with wood stain on panels. He also sculpts in epoxy clay and automotive body filler. When not behind a pencil or paintbrush, Squindo is most definitely behind the wheel of my 65 Snotrocket panel truck or his 1931 pickup from hell out slinging art at your local car show. Seems that some of his teachers may have been wrong...the combination of quirky cartoons and heavy metal has been working for him so far!

Website: www.squindo.net
IG: @Squindo
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