J Bomber
Dark Grey Mel

€490
Color: Dark Grey Mel
Size:

The comfort of a sweater, the structure of a technical garment, the pleasing touch of a natural yarn like the one of the wool. Many lives coexist in a simple garment, but only in appearance: the thermo-welded inner seams, the pockets closed by a zipper, the sides made of a super stretch jersey. The front zipper has a double slider.

Model wears M. Model measures: chest 97cm, waist 76cm, hips 88cm, height 186cm

MATERIALS

MAIN FABRIC: 75% virgin wool, 25% polyamide

CARE

Wash in cold water at 30°C, gentle cycle. Do not bleach. Drip dry. Do not iron. Do not dry-clean

1. WHEN THE YARN IS HIGH-TECH: Ten times thinner than a hair, stronger than steel, able to reflect the light, to hold or to disperse the heat. These are last generation yarns. The result of the research paths which develops in the most different angles of the industrialized world. Beste operates a careful monitoring work. Once selected, the yarns enter the company circuit of the weaving mill


2. FROM THE YARN TO THE FABRIC: In the Italian weaving mill Dinamiche Tessili, by Piantini brothers, in the province of Pistoia, skilled weavers combine a profession with a century-old story behind with the technology of the most evolved looms. Warps and wefts weave to give life to the fabric of our J Bomber (see map)


3. FROM WOOL TO WATERPROOF WOOL: When the raw wool fabric arrives in the Italian department of Beste, it is little more than a promise. Long washing and fulling cycles, a well-calibrated combination of mechanical and chemical actions will be needed to adapt it to the functionality’s standards required by our brand. Completely sustainable manufacturing processes will allow the wool to become more compact, thermal and protective (see map)


4. FROM NATURAL TO COLOR: The fabric, then, enters in raw form in one of the most advanced dry cleaner’s of the whole district: more than 40 machineries, of different typology and calibers, but automatized and directly connected to the color kitchen. Each dying process develops according to a cycle which respects the sustainability standards and assures the highest color’s penetration and solidity


5. THE PLUS OF BESTE: In the Colle department, the finishing process takes place. Advanced machineries, often adapted to the specific MONOBI’s needs, under the control of skilled and specialized staff, stabilize the fabric, soften it, keep under control the color and appearance uniformity. With long and very well-structured cycles, aestethic and performance are combined according to the typical needs of the brand


6. FROM THE FABRIC TO THE FINAL GARMENT: From the dying and finishing department, the fabric moves to the contiguous Beste sewing lab where the manufacturing cycle starts. The automatized blade cutter, the laser cut, the operations of the traditional and ultrasound assembly, the weldings and the thermo-welded seams, the goose down or artificial fiber injection, until the ironing and the final test (see map)


7. FROM US TO YOU: As a last step, J Bomber is carefully checked and it is ready to be delivered to you!


1. WHEN THE YARN IS HIGH-TECH: Ten times thinner than a hair, stronger than steel, able to reflect the light, to hold or to disperse the heat. These are last generation yarns. The result of the research paths which develops in the most different angles of the industrialized world. Beste operates a careful monitoring work. Once selected, the yarns enter the company circuit of the weaving mill



2. FROM THE YARN TO THE FABRIC: In the Italian weaving mill Dinamiche Tessili, by Piantini brothers, in the province of Pistoia, skilled weavers combine a profession with a century-old story behind with the technology of the most evolved looms. Warps and wefts weave to give life to the fabric of our J Bomber (see map)



3. FROM WOOL TO WATERPROOF WOOL: When the raw wool fabric arrives in the Italian department of Beste, it is little more than a promise. Long washing and fulling cycles, a well-calibrated combination of mechanical and chemical actions will be needed to adapt it to the functionality’s standards required by our brand. Completely sustainable manufacturing processes will allow the wool to become more compact, thermal and protective (see map)



4. FROM NATURAL TO COLOR: The fabric arrives in the Colle department of Beste, at the entrance of Prato, and it enters in raw form in one of the most advanced dry cleaner’s of the whole district: more than 40 machineries, of different typology and calibers, but automatized and directly connected to the color kitchen. Each dying process develops according to a cycle which respects the sustainability standards and assures the highest color’s penetration and solidity (see map)



5. THE PLUS OF BESTE: In the Colle department, the finishing process takes place. Advanced machineries, often adapted to the specific MONOBI’s needs, under the control of skilled and specialized staff, stabilize the fabric, soften it, keep under control the color and appearance uniformity. With long and very well-structured cycles, aestethic and performance are combined according to the typical needs of the brand



6. FROM THE FABRIC TO THE FINAL GARMENT: From the dying and finishing department, the fabric moves to the contiguous Beste sewing lab where the manufacturing cycle starts. The automatized blade cutter, the laser cut, the operations of the traditional and ultrasound assembly, the weldings and the thermo-welded seams, the goose down or artificial fiber injection, until the ironing and the final test (see map)



7. FROM US TO YOU: As a last step, J Bomber is carefully checked and it is ready to be delivered to you!

FULL PRODUCT FEATURES

FULL PRODUCT FEATURES

Double slider front zipper

The main fabric is a wool and nylon interlock.

The technical yarn adds dimensional compactness and stability

Some sections of the garment

are made of a double jersey

in stretch polyamide

Thermo-welded inner seams

Elastic cuffs for extra comfort

Double slider front zipper

The main fabric is a wool and nylon interlock. The technical yarn adds dimensional compactness and stability

Some sections of the garment are made of a double jersey in stretch polyamide

Thermo-welded inner seams

Elastic cuffs for extra comfort