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Reversible Bomber Jacket
Originally developed for the US Army, the MA-1 flight jacket was the first military bomber jacket to transition into civilian fashion. 1ER MAI interprets this iconic piece in a patchwork version made from upcycled jeans.
This jacket is reversible.
Side 1: Patchwork of upcycled jeans in shades of blue. *PLEASE NOTE: The jacket is one of a kind. Slight color variations are part of the uniqueness. We do our best to pick shades/colors that are as close to the image as possible, however these items are unique and shades/colors are subject to the availability of upcycled material at the time of the order.
Side 2: Italian Black Satin Crepe (Deadstock). High quality medium weight woven fabric with a nice hold and beautiful drape. Soft and fluid, sheen but not shiny, with a little bit of stretch on one side.
The female model is 5'9'' (1,75 m) and wears size Medium.
The male model is 6'2'' (1,88 m) and wears size Medium.
- One of a kind piece
- Dropped shoulder and armhole
- 2 welt pockets on each side
- Knit rib collar, cuffs and waistband
- 1ER MAI logo at hem
- This product is made to order. This item will be shipped within 14-21 business days with Canada Post Standard Shipping.
- Side 1 (patchwork): 100% upcycled jeans (cotton, may contain polyester and/or spandex)
- Side 2 (black): 97% cotton 3% spandex
- Made in Montreal
- Machine wash cold water/delicate cycle
- Do not bleach
- Hang to dry
- Iron at medium temperature on Side 1, do not iron Side 2
- Do not dry clean
Ysaline Lannes is the owner and designer of 1ER MAI, a streetwear brand launched in 2021. Her brand creates graphic and functional clothing for women, men, and unisex, inspired by workwear and countercultures, designed and made to order in their Mile-End workshop in Montreal. 1ER MAI uses upcycling to create new clothes from used clothes chosen in local thrift stores, as well as unused fabrics from local designers and manufacturers, thus contributing to the Montreal fashion industry. Each garment is designed, cut, and handmade in their workshop according to high-quality standards, ensuring a durable garment and avoiding overproduction.