In an age in which the craze for mass production leaves the art of tailoring fighting to survive, CLIMBER B.C.&rsquos personalized approach continues to display unrivalled quality, evident at the touch.
Knowledge of the art of stitching, in terms of shaping the vestments according to the human figure requires an incredible amount of experience, expertise and manpower.
The whole production of the jacket  rests on the CLIMBER B.C. design team&rsquos imagination and expert craftsmanship.
Working directly with fabrics, the team finalize the designs according to how they sit on the model. The most important thing for any tailor is the cut.
Then, the template of the design is adjusted and the main cuts required of the item are chalked out. The   big next step, the most important in the whole process, is perfecting the template &ndash from which the essence   of the design is formed.
Collar, cuff, panels, they all begin with a craftsman&rsquos delicate cuttings. After this, the tailor can get on with the details of the design.
With careful handiwork and stitching, canvas is pinned to the material and together with CLIMBER B.C.&rsquos revered craftsmanship the jacket is brought to life and the contours of the design gradually seep into form.
The various fabrics and cuttings are set, holding the whole thing together. Now the tailor can work with greater ease, with the jacket&rsquos chest, shoulders and  other main features ready to be worked on.
The jacket is put on the  model and reviewed. At this point it is beginning to take its final form. The sleeve length is measured and stitched on. This architectural construction forms the.
The shoulders and neck part hold the jacket&rsquos essential form. The back part and hood are adjusted, leaving   the only the minor details to go.
After the buttons and button holes are done and the shoulder padding or  pockets are added the jacket is almost complete.
The finishing touches are added, and  the item is ready to be sent to the. CLIMBER B.C. production workshop.