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Bells Hells Collection: Orym of the Air Ashari Bomber Jacket

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Be the most stylish halfling amongst the Crown Keepers in this effortlessly chic bomber jacket inspired by Orym of the Air Ashari. The block-toned olive green and brown outerwear piece features a ribbed collar and waistband, Critical Role logo zip-closure, side pockets, and a quilted inside lining of a step and repeat pattern of the engravings featured on Orym’s sword and shield. To add a little razzle dazzle, the back of the jacket has a raised embroidered design of the Air Ashari style vines, clouds, and Cathus and Ruidus moons. 


  • Artist: Inside lining by Hannah Friederichs (@agarthanguide)
  • Materials: 100% Polyester
    • NOTE: Small error - The fabric tag reads rayon, but the jacket is in fact polyester. 
  • Relaxed unisex fit
  • Care instructions
    • Machine wash at 30℃, gentle cycle with mild detergent
    • Hang dry
    • To prevent damage, avoid using fabric softener and bleach
    • Before washing, we recommend fastening the jacket and turning it inside out

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 35 reviews
    Comfy, warm, on the bigger side

    I adore bomber jackets and this one does NOT disappoint. I was worried it wouldnt be a jacket that could keep me warm but it totally does! If youre concerned about sizing, I would say that it runs larger so if you want it to fit snuggly, choose a size down, otherwise get it your normal size and youll have room to wear layers underneath it!

    Thomas Cardwell

    Comfy! Great light jacket with subtle but beautiful CR details.

    Great Jacket with Some Personality

    Don't get me wrong, I love t-shirts; but even more than that I love the fact that Critical Role has the ability to branch out into types of clothing less commonly seen from your standard merch shops. I love the woodsy brown and green color scheme, and the shiny, quilted interior makes it feel fun in a slightly more subtle way. I also love the design on the back, and it certainly makes it feel more unique than if it were a plain bomber jacket (though I still would have liked it!) My size is right on the border between medium and large when buying t-shirts, and it usually depends on the brand. I rolled the dice here and went with medium, and it fits perfectly. So if you're in a similar "on the cusp" size situation, I think going the size down might work. Otherwise, I'd imagine it fits pretty true to size for people who are usually more squarely in one or the other. I'm also pretty short, so the bomber length works well on me. It's not a particularly heavy jacket, but it works well for layering or shoulder seasons (I live in the mountains, so it is definitely not a true winter jacket). Lastly, it is certainly on the expensive side, and I don't know that I think it's a bargain or anything... but if you have the money to burn on it, I think it's worth it.

    Sam M
    Great Bomber Jacket

    This jacket is very nice and comfortable. I love the moon and vines on the back; I think they really nailed combining style and fandom in a more subtle way with this one. It is a bomber jacket, so, of course, it’s not a heavy jacket, if that’s what you’re looking for. I’m 5’11” and 150 lbs. I went with a Medium because I wanted something to throw over a t-shirt, and it’s perfect for that. If you want to wear a sweatshirt under it or something like that, I would recommend sizing up.

    Marion Delaunay

    Love the design and the tones

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