There aren’t many jackets with more history than Eddie Bauer’s Skyliner, which was the first down-insulated jacket to receive a patent in the US. While the style has been around for 80 years now, it’s getting something genuinely new with the Eddie Bauer x Pendleton Reversible 1936 Skyliner Jacket. Yeah, we think it needs a shorter name, too.
The first reversible version of the jacket in its eight-decade history, it gives the long-running style something new to keep it fresh for the coming colder months. From one side, it looks like any contemporary version of the retro jacket, all while sporting a colorful wool pattern when worn the other way.
The Eddie Bauer x Pendleton Reversible 1936 Skyliner Jacket has one side decked from a rugged cotton and nylon blend, with the outfit’s signature diamond quilt pattern, while the reverse gets Pendleton wool in one of the line’s National Park stripes. For the men’s line, the jackets come in four colors, each one getting the pattern for Yosemite, Badlands, Grand Canyon, and Smoky Mountains, respectively. It comes in a classic fit designed to wear over a couple extra layers, with 650-fill premium down insulation ensuring it keeps you toasty, whether in the city or during outdoor adventures.
A limited edition release, the Eddie Bauer x Pendleton Reversible 1936 Skyliner Jacket is priced at $400.