Apocalypse Jacket

Built with a material invented for NASA’s Apollo Program.


Model is 6ft 4 / 193cm with a 40 inch / 100cm chest, and wears size XL.

  • Outer material withstands black lava, flash fires, and chemical erosion
  • Integrated system of 16 hidden pockets
  • Based on the original workwear jackets

The Doomsday Clock is a symbol of global catastrophe. For the last 50 years scientists have used it to show how close we are to midnight, or Doomsday. In 1947 its original setting was seven minutes to midnight. In 2021 we had just 100 seconds to go.

As threats to humanity expand to include bioterrorism, ecological collapse – as well as the obvious zombie apocalypse – the world is taking the possibility of a catastrophic global event more seriously than ever. While we can’t predict the future, we can prepare for it.

As a 2021 report by America’s CDC put it: “If you’re prepared for a zombie apocalypse, you’re prepared for pretty much anything”. It’s why we’ve built the outside of our Apocalypse Jacket from a material originally invented by a Dr Marvel for NASA’s Apollo Program, that can withstand black lava, flash fires, and chemical erosion. And it’s why we’ve lined the outside of the jacket with 16 hidden pockets that let you carry everything you need to survive.

Technical Details

Outer material made in the UK: 58% para-aramid, 40% polybenzimidazole, 2% antistatic
Cordura lining
Outer material is fire and heat resistant
Outer material is highly abrasion resistant and tear resistant
Outer material is water repellent
Outer material is chemical and stain resistant
Integrated system of 16 pockets
4 chest pockets
2 large front side pockets
4 upper back pockets
6 lower back pockets
All pockets fasten shut with metal snap fasteners
Cuffs with metal snap fasteners
Jacket fastens with metal snap fasteners
Pointed collar
Articulated sleeves
Jacket weighs 943 grams
Machine wash 40°C
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The material is tough enough to survive in space

PBI was so revolutionary it wasn’t just used to replace cotton in the Apollo cabin crew’s clothing and sleeping bags. It was used to coat its spacecraft too. When Skylab fell to Earth in 1979 the part that survived re-entry was the part coated in PBI. That’s because it can withstand at least 2,370°F, the same temperature as black lava. NASA still uses PBI today. As does the US Army, the aerospace industry and firefighting crews in America, Europe, Asia, Australia and the South Pacific. It’s what enables them to walk through burning buildings. It’s just never been used in civilian clothing before. Until now.

SIze + Fit

The Apocalypse Jacket has a regular fit.

Fits chest 83 - 90 91 - 98 99 - 106 107 - 114 115 - 122 123 - 130
Fits waist 71 - 76 76 - 81 81 - 86 86 - 91 91 - 96 96 - 101
Fits chest 33 - 36 36 - 39 39 - 42 42 - 45 45 - 48 48 - 51
Fits waist 28 - 30 30 - 32 32 - 34 34 - 36 36 - 38 38 - 40