In A View To a Kill, Bond wears a grey suede blouson with perforated panels in San Francisco. The jacket was made by Leather Concessionaires, who are better known for making Indiana Jones’ leather jackets in Raiders of the Lost Ark and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. The jacket has a zip fastening, a fold-down collar, set-in sleeves with button-tabs on the cuffs and chest, shoulder straps, and slash pockets. There are perforated vent panels on the chest, back, and front and back yokes. The hem is gathered with elastic.
Bond wears this jacket with grey flannel trousers of worsted wool with reverse pleats and a straight leg. The button-down shirt by Frank Foster is white with thick and thin grey stripes and has a button-down collar, button cuffs and a front placket. Bond’s shoes are black leather and probably slip-ons like all of his other shoes in A View to a Kill.
The blouson was sold at Christie’s in South Kensington on 12 December 2001 for £823 (see more at Christie’s) and another example later on 17 December 2002 sold again for £823 (see more at Christie’s). The jacket was was later auctioned at Prop Store on 16 October 2014 for £6,000 (see more at Prop Store).