Omega Outdoor Agencies Ski Suit

photo © Omega Outdoor Agencies
Pierce Brosnan wearing the Omega Outdoors ski suit
photo © Omega Outdoor Agencies

photo @ AsWornIn.com
Ski-suit for sale at As Worn In
photo @ AsWornIn.com

photo © Sorel
Seen in the photo, but not in the film: Sorel Caribou Winter Boots
photo © Sorel

The ski suit worn by James Bond in the movie The World is Not Enough was made by Omega Outdoor Agencies from the UK. The company Omega Outdoor Agencies seems to be gone, at least on the internet.

One of the original ski suits from the movie was for sale at the website As Worn In. This ski suit was made of dark olive green manmade fabric and is lined in black. It is fitted at the front with a full-length two-way zip. At the waist there is a belt with an adjustable metal clasp in a seat belt style. There are four external pockets with covered zips. The trouser leg has an elasticated lining at the bottom with side zips and Velcro patching. It is clearly labelled "Pierce Brosnan W.I.N.E." The suit was priced at £5300 and is not available anymore on the As Worn In website so is probably sold.

Bond wears Calvin Klein 2007 sunglasses with the suit.

Sorel Caribou Winter Boots

The snow boots worn by Bond in the picture of the Omega Outdoor Agencies Ski Suit (shown above) have been identified by a clever visitor of Bond Lifestyle: it looks like the boots are Sorel Caribou Winter Boots, color "Buff". This iconic boot is seam sealed, with waterproof leather, and removable ThermoPlus liner as well as handcrafted rubber shell and outsole.

A close examination of the snow chase scene in The World is Not Enough shows that Bond is not wearing them in that scene, since he is only seen on skis with dark ski boots. Nevertheless an interesting observation for the die-hard Bond fans, and Pierce Brosnan has worn them on the set, so it's worth mentioning! These boots are available on Amazon.com.

Thanks to Darren for the alert

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Comments

Can someone please explain why this is a "ski-suit" when it was displayed as just a jacket in the demonstration???

Joel, the coat in the demonstration is not what Bond actually wore. It's even a different colour!

I own two of the suits made for Pierce in the movie, a black and olive suit. They produced both colors but after film tests, the olive looked better so they choose it on location. Originally however, black was thought to be the color of choice. The suits have custom features and different fabric from Omega's retail suits, which used a very shiny nylon that caused production light hot spot reflections, so the suits for the movie were made with a textured nylon that eliminated these issues. Because the suits were custom, made to order using speciality fabric is why the price was so high and, that it was a movie collectors item. Both suits are made very, very well. When I have time, I will snap some pictures for the site here.

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