Bond dresses in layers for the cold weather of Iceland when exploring Gustav Graves’ lair in Die Another Day. He starts out with a black, hip-length, zip front parka with epaulettes. He then removes it to reveal a black neoprene diving jacket that he wears underneath, and he puts on a pair of black gloves for diving.
When Bond is out of the water and inside, the gloves and neoprene jacket come off. Underneath he is wearing a charcoal grey, ribbed cashmere polo neck jumper from Ballantyne in Scotland. Whilst the neoprene jacket is only semi-dry and is very much open at the bottom, Bond’s jumper is still dry.
Under the polo neck jumper Bond has on another jumper that has a stand-up collar with poppers a quarter of the way down the chest.
For the bottom half Bond has on waterproof, insulated pants, worn with a belt, and blue and black lace-up boots.
At least four layers on top keep Bond warm in Iceland, but one-by-one he removes the layers. Even under the last layer, Bond is probably wearing thermal underwear.
the black and blue lace-up boots worn by pierce brosnan in die another day. Can you please tell me who makes these boots and where can I buy them. thank you .
Sorry, I have no idea.
I’m pretty confident they are Salomon GTX boots. I have a pair and they are almost identical. That was my first impression when I saw the boots, then I did some research and pretty much confirmed what I suspected: http://www.jamesbondlifestyle.com/clothing
Funny… I thought he was wearing tracksuit pants and Nike sneakers. This, I think is the sportiest look Bond ever had.
The dark colours give Bond a modern look, but a blue jumper underneath would have looked nicer. Probably the most casual, outside of battle wear Brosnan ever looked
I wanted to know what Pierce Brosnan is wearing in Die Another day bluray poster. Is it same cashmere sweater in different colour with buttons or … https://images.app.goo.gl/Ef4zexb2xtyL8h5t9
This is a jumper that Bond wears under the cashmere polo neck. We see it briefly, and it’s one I mentioned in this article.