Technivision Bomber Jacket With Tape


Bomber jacket with tape

SKU: J016 Category:

• 300D polyester oxford fabric offering comfort, flexibility and durability
• Waterproof garment, and breathable fabric with sealed seams for extra insulation from water
• Quilt lined inner for warmth
• Reflective Tape to comply with AS/NZS 1906.4:2010
• Double hoop and twin sleeve tape configuration for enhanced night-time visibility
• Storm flap over front zip and concealed rain hood in outer jacket collar

Stage 01
Design Phase


Producing fit for purpose

Stage 02
Development Phase


Specs and tech packs in order to proceed to garment and fabric development from proto to production phase stage

Stage 03
Production Phase

Includes bulk fabric, bulk trims, SGS testing, and garment production

Product Creation Process

The main fabrics we use are Natural for shirting and pants, Synthetics for Outerwear and Polos. There is a cross over of Natural and Synthetics on some styles such as Polos when we use a Poly Cotton Back, and also pants for reinforced durability


Natural fibres – These fibres come from natural polymers such as cotton, wool and down, and provide comfort and thermal properties. They don’t have the strength and durability of synthetic alternatives, so they are often blended with a poly fibre.


Polyamide fibres – An example of polyamide fibres is nylon, which is commonly used in workwear, thanks to its strength and durability. They hold more moisture and dry more slowly than other fabrics however, meaning they are more commonly used as a blend with other, high performance fabrics. Ripstop nylon for its superior strength and longevity.

Polyester fibres – Polyester has become very popular, thanks to its moisture wicking properties and light weight. It isn’t a very soft/comfortable fabric however, so it’s often used along with cotton to provide a durable and comfortable garment.

High performance fibres – Technology advancements has allowed performance fibres to be produced which have exceptional features and properties. Some examples include ceramic fibres, carbon fibre, stainless steel and aluminium, all of which are used in specialist workwear for various reasons (puncture resistance, cut resistance etc.).

Cotton Drill

Cotton drill is quite the versatile material. Not only is this type of cotton fabric incredibly strong and durable, A cotton drill fabric is manufactured with a so-called twill weave. The twill weave gives the cotton quite the unique look, but it also adds strength to the fabric itself. It also makes the cotton fabric a little heavier, which makes cotton drill more suitable for anyone who is looking for medium to heavier weighted fabrics.Cotton drill is perfect for durability and sturdiness, while retaining some of the comforts associated with cotton.

Cotton Ripstop

Cotton Ripstop Fabric is characterized by its uniquely pronounced boxed woven into the fabric. Ripstop Fabrics are crafted with double warp and weft threads woven into a crosshatch pattern that provides thick reinforcement for rip and tear resistance.

  • 1 100% PET
  • 2 Heavy Duty
  • 3 Polar fleece lined body
  • 4 230 GSM
  • 5 Seam sealing tape
  • 6 Sew on reflector tape
  • 7 Front left and right button close pockets
  • 8 Front ID chest pocket
  • 9 Velcro close mobile pocket
  • 10 Meets AS1906.4 requirements


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