Upcycled black denim bomber jacket with silver brass metal rivets in the front, nickel free. Two functional pockets in the front. Modal lining.
This is a one of a kind bomber jacket, made using upcycling techniques. Unique, timeless, sustainable.
- 100% upcycled denim
- Oeko-Tex certified labels
- Recycled cardboard packaging
- Recycled paper hangtags and care labels
- Sustainable modal fabric for lining
The thought behind
Yours Again was born from love for great design and respect to the environment. We add our little personal hints into each piece and hope you can feel the affection we put in it. We love working with secondhand denim – it inspires us to use those little imperfections as a part of our design. We take care of each secondhand pair we get. We dismantle washed jeans by hand to save few extra centimeters of the fabric and transform it into fashionable clothing pieces. Each stitch, patch, and centimeter matters. We put many hours of work into each piece we make to give you a thought-through, sustainable and guilt-free product.
The model is wearing size M. Please read the measurements carefully.
Chest 92 cm ▪️ Length in the back 57.5 cm ▪️ Armholes 54 cm ▪️ Sleeve length 58 cm ▪️ Shoulder width 50 cm
Chest 36.2 In ▪️ Length in the back 22.6 In ▪️ Armholes 21.3 In ▪️ Sleeve length 22.8 cm ▪️ Shoulder width 19.7 In
Please note that the colors might slightly differ depending on your screen settings.
All of our products are living a second life and we wish it to be as long and beautiful as possible. Denim is easy to take care of and does not require many instructions, however, we feel responsible to provide you with useful care instructions to maintain your garment in high quality.
We highly recommend to wash and iron your denims only when necessary – washing reduces the black denim color from your garment and makes it wear off more quickly. If you want to preserve your garment for many years to come, we suggest hand wash or if using machine – cold water (30-40 C) with other black/alike colors. Turn inside out to retain the color better. Tumble drying might cause excessive shrinkage and wear-off, therefore we hang our denim to dry. If using tumble dry, use lower heat setting if possible.