African Print Bomber Takra
This African print has been given several names across several countries. “Akpirikpa azu” means ‘fish scale’ in Igbo language. It is so called among the Igbo of eastern Nigeria because the design looks similar to the scale pattern on the tropical tilapia fish. “Bijenkorfje” is South-African for ‘bee hyve’, which is also inspired by the structure of the pattern.
The African Print Bomber Takra proudly displays this print on the front and back.
About this Product:
Front and back panelled in African print cotton cloth.
Two outer pockets and one inner left pocket
Silver zip front fastening
Black elastic waistband and wrist cuffs
African Cloth 100% cotton
62% Cotton, 35% Polyester, 3% Spandex
Dry Clean Only
Designed, hand cut and tailored in London
The jackets are unisex based on a mens pattern so will be boyfriend fit on women. Check photos for sizing guide.
Male Model is 5ft 10in and wearing a medium bomber
Female Model is 5ft 6in and wearing a medium bomber