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It began with the invention of the first down jacket. And continued with revolutionary pieces like the Yukon, the Kara Koram, and the Down Undershirt. Eddie Bauer developed innovative products and functional designs that enabled his customers to get outdoors—to live their adventures— confidently. As we approach our 100-year anniversary, this principle still guides us, and we’ve updated the originals that defined the man, as well as the brand. They’re more relevant today than ever.
After a life-threatening experience with hypothermia in 1935 on a winter fishing trip, Eddie returned to Seattle determined to create a better coat. It became the first down jacket patented in America. This new edition replicates every structural detail, updates the fabric, and uses premium down insulation for optimum comfort while active.
The Eddie Bauer X Pendleton 1936 Skyliner Model Jacket reverses from the signature Eddie Bauer diamond quilting to one of eight traditional Pendleton National Park stripes: Yosemite, Mt. Rainier, Glacier, Yellowstone, Rocky Mountain, Grand Canyon, Badlands, or Great Smoky Mountains.
Five percent of the net proceeds from each jacket goes to the National Park Foundation.
1942 B-9 PARKA
Eddie created the down-insulated B-9 Parka for the U.S. Army Air Forces during World War II. The suit kept fliers warm while sitting still for up to 3 hours in -70° temperatures.
1944 Swiss Model
In the early 1930s Eddie imported ski equipment from
Norway to promote the sport in the Northwest. In 1944,
he patented his women’s Swiss Model Ski Jacket.
1953 Kara Koram
An American team attempting the first ascent of K2
in 1953 came to Eddie for a parka. He built them
the Kara Koram.
1957 Super Sweater
In 1957, Eddie’s new ultralight “Style 25” Down
Undershirt was an instant success with mountaineers