When meeting Mr White in Altaussee, Austria in Spectre, James Bond wears a navy wool and cashmere jacket from Dior Homme. The front of the jacket has five buttons covered with a fly. There is zip to close the fly, which is offset like the zip on a biker jacket. Whilst the biker jacket’s zip is angled, this jacket has a vertical zip that follows the fly. The zipped fly keeps the jacket warmer, though the buttons don’t serve a purpose with the zip. Jackets more open have a buttoned fly that conceals the zip instead. The sleeves to taper to the cuff and follow the shape of the arm, but to allow the hand though the cuffs have a long zip.
The jacket has a turn-down collar which can be flipped up and closed with a throat latch. The collar originally had black fur trim. There are set-in pockets on the front with straight flaps that fasten down on the corners with poppers. The inside the jacket has a black, quilted lining. There are horizontal darts over the shoulder blades to give fullness and neatness in the upper back. Though the jacket doesn’t match any traditional jacket styles, it has a practical design with a timeless look. Though Dior’s clothes mostly focus on the latest fashion trends, this jacket doesn’t suffer from being overly trendy.
Under the jacket, Bond wears a polo neck—the proper rolled style—from N.Peal. It is in a colour they call “Fumo Grey”, which is a light and warm shade of grey that is very flattering to Craig’s complexion. It is designed for warmth and is cable-knitted in a heavy Mongolian cashmere.
The trousers are from Neil Barrett and have a flat front with frogmouth pockets. The trousers are black with a grey pattern of large tics made up of tiny tics in a blend of viscose, nylon, polyester and elastane. The legs are narrow and tapered, but the elastane content makes the narrow legs wearable. The trousers are worn with a belt.
Bond wears two different pairs of boots with this outfit. Outside in the snow we can see black Danner “Mountain Light II” 5″ boots. These boots lace with five pairs of lugs to the toe and two pairs of speed hooks at the top for a secure fit. The boots are made of one piece with leather plus a counter up the back. They have Vibram soles with yellow cleats. Inside Mr White’s cabin Bond is wearing the Crockett & Jones “Radnor” boots in black calf. This is a plain-toe derby boot with four pairs of eyelets and five pairs of speed hooks, and it features a heavy-duty commando sole. The “Radnor” boots have a much sleeker look than the Danner boots. As the “Radnor” boots are not waterproof, it’s understandable that a different boot was chosen to wear in the snow. The “Radnor” boots would have to be the first choice for this scene.
Bond’s black leather gloves are the “James” model from Agnelle. The back is quilted and there are gathers on the underside of the wrist. The gloves are lined with 100% alpaca. Matching the jacket, the navy knitted cap—also called a beanie or tuque—is in a ribbed knit wool and is folded up at the bottom.