Tag: Skiwear

A Nylon-Front Blouson and Ski Trousers in Solden in Spectre

For a snowy mountain adventure in Solden, Austria in Spectre, James Bond wears an elegant outfit of a nylon-front blouson, a mock turtleneck and vintage-inspired s...

A Blue Anorak for a Mountaintop Battle

For On Her Majesty's Secret Service's climax battle at Piz Gloria, James Bond wears a medium blue anorak with matching trousers or salopettes. The suit of anorak a...

The Plaid Ski Jacket

In On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Bond finds a plaid wool ski jacket—or maybe it's a ski lodge jacket—to wear over his blue ski suit. He wears it both for warm...
The Spy Who Loved Me Bogner Ski Suit

The Yellow Ski Suit in The Spy Who Loved Me

The most iconic ski suit of the Bond series would have to be the bright yellow jumpsuit from The Spy Who Loved Me's pre-title sequence made by Bogner. It's an ic...
White Bogner Ski Suit

White Bogner Ski Suit in A View to a KIll

In the opening scene of A View to a Kill, Bond is a wearing an all white ski suit made by Bogner. The parka has a zip front, with the identifying Bogner "B" zip fa...

Blue Alpine Skiing in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service

On Her Majesty's Secret Service puts Bond on skis for the first time. George Lazenby was not allowed to be on skis for insurance reasons, and all the skiing was ...

Skiing in the Caucasus in The World Is Not Enough

Whilst a one-piece ski suit isn't the most stylish way to ski, it might be more practical. Bond wears a dark olive ski jumpsuit in The World is Not Enough made b...

Skiing in Cortina in For Your Eyes Only

In For Your Eyes Only, Bond goes skiing in Cortina d'Ampezzo dressed in a ski suit from Bogner. The Bogner clothing brand was started by skiier Willy Bogner, Sr., ...