You know, I think my initial sentiments about the Tencel Bomber were unnecessarily harsh. Partly because I didn't really "get it" or was just distracted by the fit. But, after actually having it for a few days, I've had a change of heart.
I can see why it was named "The Tencel Bomber", instead of something like a cadet jacket or flight bomber or ...strappy strap bomber(?). It's all about the tencel. Everything about the jacket was designed with tencel in mind. Having not really had a lot of experience with tencel, I didn't realize that tencel was durable and strong. What I saw initially was something that was relatively thin and unlined and light. But, since it's actually a really durable and strong fabric, I can see why they washed the shit out of it. Everything is washed, even a little distressed, including the ribbing and the zipper. It works. Then you flip it inside out and see all the sewing details and seams, and you realize that a lot of thought was put into this piece, and it all works together.
As for care of the jacket, the very first time I wore the jacket, I spilled all this tomato soup over the front of it . What I did was just put the front under a faucet and washed out all the soup and hung it to dry and bam...like nothing happened.
Lastly, the drape. I can now see why it was designed to be a more relaxed fit, to highlight how tencel drapes. It just looks really good man.
As for the "khaki" color. It definitely has some green in it. In the sunlight, you see it a lot more. I would name the color more like a washed olive.