Team Timbuktu has just dropped their latest, and possibly most stunning version of the Elements Waterproof Jacket Check it. 

Have you ever seen a more stunning piece of outdoor gear?

The artwork – known as Banksia Forest – that features so beautifully on this jacket, was created by Shanai Kellet (@malogaart), a Yorta Yorta/Juru woman living on Boon Wurrung Country. 

The artwork depicts a historical journey through Bushrangers Bay on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, a constant source of food, shelter, and protection for the local Boon Wurrung people. 

It’s the first of a whole stack of new jackets and beanies that Team Timbuktu has collaborated with artists to create, with the rest of the collection launching TONIGHT!

And we’re so thankful – lord knows we don’t need any more dark, block-coloured jackets to choose between. Cheers Team Timbuktu and Shanai for jazzing up our outdoor wardrobes! 

As with all of Team Timbuktu’s jackets, the fabric of the Elements Waterproof Jacket is made from 100% recycled plastic bottles – around 31 bottles in every jacket – so you’ll feel as good as you look high up on that mountain top. 

Not only is this jacket stun-ning and good for the environment, it’s waterproof with a DWR finish, windproof with all taped seams, breathable, and lightweight (455g) for easy stuff-ability. 

The jacket comes in at $189, but when you’re pretty much investing in a piece of art as well, that doesn’t sound too exxy at all.


Photos thanks to Team Timbuktu