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New recreation of the 1941 Pattern Submariner Sweater issued to Royal Navy crews during WW2.
Obviously, like the jackets made between 1947-1953, we use only the very finest World famous Front Quarter American Horsehide, exactly the same weight and type as used on the original "Ranger".
Despite only being a short hip length jacket this new addition to the Aero horsehide product range truly is a warm one! Up until now our only options for a short but warm jacket were those famous WWII shearling jackets (B-6, D-1,...
This is the first garment based on clothing from the Edwardian era and based on the typical expedition waistcoat worn by members of the Nimrod expedition to the South pole.
THE RAF JACKET It was there in 1931, that the Sheepskin Flying Jackets, popularly known as "The Irvin", went into production.
THE CELEBRITY JACKET Not much need to be said about this true classic that is a favorite among many celebrities and film stars. Daniel Craig, Hugh Laurie, Liam Neeson and Pelle Almqvist to name just a few of these well-known owners...
JACKET-AIRCRAFT MECHANIC´S, TYPE D-1 The D-1 was actually developed as a warm jacket for all ground personnel that needed a warm jacket during those cold winters when they had to work on the freezing runways.
Sometimes less is more The Cheyenne is a very plain and simple ¾ length jacket and slightly closer fitting than the Barnstormer. The reduced panel configuration is ideal for displaying the beauty of the incredible Horween horsehide....
THE PURISTS BIKE JACKET The Cafe Racer is a typical bike jacket of the 1960s when those highly customized and tuned motorbike of the same name came into fashion.
This jacket has been crafted to highest specifications using only first class materials such as American or Australian sheepskin, Horween horsehide and the best fittings and hardware available. This truly is a warm and durable jacket....
JACKET-FLYING WINTER, TYPE B-3 This version of the B-3 is a faithful replica of the ever-famous wartime shearling jacket.
The last of the legendary shearling jackets. Just as the ANJ-4 was commissioned it was already decided by authorities that shearling jackets became too expensive. Instead the Army opted for heavily padded cotton jackets or jackets...