To Heck with Maximalism
I love me a good bomber jacket, but it’s hard to argue that they’re not starting to become overplayed. Because bombers have become modern wardrobe staples, different designers and labels are constantly trying to up the ante. We see a plethora of bombers on the market with dangling straps, excessive zippers, and embroidered details a la souvenir jackets. With the Heck jacket, Sempach says to hell with the maximalism that’s taken over. Instead, Sempach revisits the style’s military origins, crafting a bomber focused on functionality. In a market so saturated with frivolous design details, the Heck’s simplicity and utilitarianism is a much-needed breath of fresh air.
- Made in China
- Outer fabric: 100% nylon
- Internal yoke: 76% wool, 24% polyester
- Patch pocket front: 85% polyvinyl chloride, 15% polyurethane
- Patch pocket back: 100% polyester
- Filling: 80% down, 20% feather
- Military-inspired quilted bomber jacket
- Two-way zipper front
- Two front slanted side pockets with zippers
- Ribbed collar, cuffs, and hem
- Internal brown and red back yoke panel based on Swiss military blankets
- Internal right waist pocket with buckle closure
- Internal left waist pocket with zip closure
- Metal Sempach logo badge at back hem
MEASUREMENTS TAKEN FROM A SIZE 48/M:
- chest, 22"
- shoulder, 19"
- sleeve length, 26.75"
- center back length, 27.25"