Renowned for fusing American and Japanese-inspired prints with premium casual clothing, Superdry presents the men’s ‘Rookie Drone’ green bomber jacket. Fastened with a zip closure, the classic cotton jacket is detailed with angled snap button front pockets, a zip pocket on the sleeve and a ribbed collar, hem and cuffs. Complete with a Superdry International woven logo patch on the sleeve and a signature brand tab on the front pocket.
Outer: 100% Cotton. Sleeve Lining: 100% Polyester. Trims: 97% Cotton, 3% Elastane.
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Superdry stuff is never cheap, but there's a certain understated style I like and I couldn't resist this little number. Too often, jackets can be devoid of fitted style, but this one was just right. Evidently, Superdry know what they're doing when it comes to accurate sizing. It's perfect for spring and autumn and quite warm despite it's clearly not intending to be a warm coat. Don't buy this expecting an old school, bouncer-like bomber jacket of yore, but rather a versatile smart casual piece of clothing. On the practical side, there's plenty of pockets and for those who don't like massive logos, Superdry have cleverly reserved the biggest for the inside of the jacket - another subtle touch I liked. Very happy with this.