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Canvas Bomber

Rugged, functional, and handsome, the classic bomber is a timeless design that complements any look. Our unlined canvas bomber jacket is perfectly weighted for summer travel and, with its generous button-through cargo pockets, offers ample storage for your personal items. A full zip front resides behind the button-closed storm flap, while metal grommets under the arms offer ventilation when on the move. Bi-swing back, rib-knit trim at collar, cuffs, and hem. Genuine corozo buttons. Canvas bomber jacket in British tan. Pure cotton. Washable. Imported. Sizes: S(34-36), M(38-40), L(42-44), XL(46-48), XXL(50-52); about 27½" long in size medium.
Average Customer Rating:
4.571 out of 5
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7 of 7(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Canvas Bomber
Review 1 for Canvas Bomber
Overall Rating: 
5 / 5
5 / 5
My Coat,
October 22, 2013
By: Coatlover
from California
"Fits like a glove ... Has a worn feel to it but the cotton is substantial and sturdy ... The coat has both buttons and a zipper and can be worn open or completely closed up ... It's great for clothes layering for colder weather - versatility plus ! Coat also can be worn with jeans, khakis, wool pants - just a great coat all round !"
Review 2 for Canvas Bomber
Overall Rating: 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Return & exchange,
October 15, 2013
By: Honeybunny1
from Orange CA.
"This jacket is GREAT! I was looking at this jacket for a long-time and for my birthday my son give a $100.00 gift card from Orvis. So I ordered it right away. But it was a little to big. Please find me a MED. even if it was a return item! As a long-long customer. Your service was always the best!"
Review 3 for Canvas Bomber
Overall Rating: 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Fall/Spring Jacket,
September 17, 2013
By: szajic
from Philadelphia, PA
"This rugged medium weight jacket, perhaps inspired by the A1, is a nice alternative to a leather bomber. The combination of both zipper and button-front closures gives one options for how to wear it.
This jacket is ideal for fall and spring weather, and would even hold up well in mild winter conditions with a sweater underneath, but it's too hot for summer. Thick canvas feels like it will get better with age, buttons are solidly nice. Cargo pockets are great for carrying keys, wallet, camera. My only minor complaint is that the hand-warmer pockets are on the small side.
Thanks to Orvis customer service for tracking down my size even after it was listed as sold out."
Review 4 for Canvas Bomber
Overall Rating: 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Jackets for when Men were Men,
September 10, 2013
By: lightning
from Gomer, Ohio
"This canvass bomber jacket, aptly named for the adventureous spirited male, is a perfect compliment to a white shirt, bluejeans and no socks, possibly shoes, just kidding, shoes.
Beautifully styled, yet rugged and completely functional; great pockets, broad shoulder outlines, all in all, the perfect jacket for late summer and fall nights of cool air and starry skies."
Review 5 for Canvas Bomber
Overall Rating: 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Pretty Decent Jacket,
May 1, 2013
By: Expatriate
from Hermiston, Oregon
"After some initial reservations, I can say this jacket works well for me. At first, I was unsure about the color...until I discovered that I had a couple shirts and a couple hats that went well with it. I'm pleased with this jacket. The fit is good; quality seems okay so far."
Review 6 for Canvas Bomber
Overall Rating: 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Cool Jacket for the Summer,
April 24, 2013
By: DissapointedBob
"I was exceptionally pleased with this jacket – its colour – its styling – from the collar design to the front patch and side pocket features. Looks absolutely brilliant -- and great with a pair of denims."
Review 7 for Canvas Bomber
Overall Rating: 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Buttons,
April 10, 2013
By: yellowcar
from Fort Worth Texas
"Buttons on pocket came off at first use. For safety I felt it necessary to resew all buttons.
Loose threads everywhere required extensive trimming."