A SHORT HISTORY OF FLIGHT … JACKETS.
It’s not unusual for the standard-issue military garments of yore to insinuate themselves into the world of men’s fashion – just look at the trench coat, or the epaulette. But in the case of the classic “flight” or “bomber” jacket, the style became just as popular among civilians as it once was with flying aces for a very good reason: flight jackets are as effective at ground level as they are at ten thousand feet.
WHAT’S IN A CURVE? EVERYTHING.
Bananas. Boomerangs. Big league pitchers. Brigitte Bardot. Yes, some things are meant to have curves. But the waistband of your britches? Here at Bonobos, we say indeed.
Because as you’ve probably noticed, when you take off that trusty old leather belt, there’s an arc to it – it has conformed to the natural contours of your waist. We’ve applied that same curve to our pants, so that they too match the shape of your body. The result? No bunching of fabric, a sleeker silhouette, and a generally superior fit.
Just throw on a pair of our Washed Chinos, Travel Jeans, or French Corders, and see the difference a little bend in the ol’ waistband can make. What’s in a curve? Everything.
The world needs more Sunday drivers.
A man of the world only brings ▁▁▁▁▁…?
You never completely outgrow keg beer and paddles.
Recommended accessory: Dr. Watson.
You don’t need perfect eyesight to be a man of vision.
If only our closets were this neatly organized.