Force Bomber

$94.99 - $104.99
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  • 4
    Force bomber

    Posted by Mitchell Cornacchia on Dec 7th 2020

    It's TRUE another reviewer said it's not waist length its longer hence not a true bomber, technically I think it's pretty close. Excellent quality XL is a little full I guess the extra room is a benefit, looks great feels substantial not cheap at all very nice jacket. Rugged I work for a crane company so....I'll be putting it to the test! Thanks for easy purchase and fast delivery.

  • 2
    Not a bomber jacket

    Posted by JoePA on Dec 7th 2020

    This is a straight cut jacket and as such does not hug the waist thus not a bomber jacket. The material and feel is excellent though.

  • 5
    Super nice,,I look 10 yrs younger.,,

    Posted by Robert Powell on Dec 3rd 2020

    This is my second Dri Duck. jacket.I actually like this one better that the Endeavor..

  • 5
    Turn Of The Century Cowboy

    Posted by Badgerino on Dec 3rd 2020

    Do you want to feel like a character from Red Dead Redemption 2? Buy any of the amazing jackets from Dri-Duck and you'll feel like a turn-of-the-century cowboy strolling through the town of Blackwater on a cold night. No joke, these jackets feel like they were made by a 1895 master tailor, combining exceptional quality materials with well fitted designs. I feel like I need to store my Dri-Duck jackets in a wood box next to some dynamite and whiskey. They are so freakin cool! There is a freak-of-nature clothing designer doing magic and pulling strings for Dri-Duck. The amount of precision and care put into each of their jacket designs is astonishing and clearly the mark of a designer who loves what they do. Their newest design, The Force Bomber, is my favorite jacket yet. It is extremely hard to find a brand that can combined style, substance, and comfort. Dri-Duck has done it again with the Force Bomber, creating a canvas coat that looks and feels like it was made 100 years ago. It will likely become a family heirloom of mine because of how well built and stylish it is. Highly recommended!

  • 5
    Solid Jacket!

    Posted by ARI on Nov 30th 2020

    Rough canvas on the outside, but not bulky. Has the right amount of heft and pleasant warmth. Feels totally in its element at 32 degrees. Blocks the wind very well. Everything about it seems right and well-made. It is going to be my daily jacket.

  • 4
    nice looking comfortable work jacket

    Posted by Great jacket on Nov 5th 2020

    Good looking comfortable light work jacket. My only complaint would be that there are some hanging threads in places. You can just cut them off it's fine

  • 4
    Great Fit

    Posted by Unknown on Nov 4th 2020

    I'm 6'4" 220 lbs and the large fits great. Arm length is perfect. As another reviewer said, the lower elastic could be tighter around the waist, I have a feeling after a few years the waist will be wavy when the elastic loosens. Was expecting it to be warming. Still think it will work for PA winters, especially in and out of the truck, but I don't think it would work for more than an hour if you aren't really moving around. Blanket lining is thin with nothing between it and the canvas. Sleeves have a quilted liner. Great fit, looks good, but 4 stars because it's not going to be as warm as I would have expected from a coat in their insulated category.

  • 4
    Great Lightweight Work Jacket

    Posted by Unknown on Nov 2nd 2020

    So far this seems like a durable light work jacket. Wouldn’t recommend it for cold weather and that’s why I gave it 4 stars. Bought it for that reason as it’s getting cold out but it’s too thin to really do much without layering. Also, I’m a skinny guy, 6’1 170lbs, and the stretchy material at the bottom does not come close to sealing. Still, overall a great jacket. I’d probably just buy something warmer next time. If you’re looking at this for fall/ spring it’d be great.

  • 5
    I's a bomber!

    Posted by Joe Patterson on Oct 27th 2020

    My favorite thing about all the DRI DUCK jackets I've owned has been how well they combine function and fashion. They are tough and warm, but they look GREAT. The Force Bomber just takes that synergy to the next level for me. Bombers are in right now, and the fact that I can rock that style with DRI DUCK's comfort and durability baked in is plain awesome. This jacket manages to be sleek and yet comfortable and flexible. Getting in and out of the car and other movements like that that make other jackets shift or bunch up don't happen in the Force Bomber. I love the storm cuffs, and my favorite feature by far on this jacket is the blanket lining, the colors are perfect and it's so soft and comfortable. This may be my favorite jacket I've ever owned.