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B-3 Leather Jacket - Long missions and cold temperatures made the life of crewmen uncomfortable until the introduction of the Sheepskin B-3 leather jacket. With its warmth and wicking excess moisture capabilities the B-3 leather...
From €439.00 *
To this day, the M-51 is one of the most thoughtfully designed field jackets issued by the US Army. Using the M-43 Field Jacket as its foundation, improvements due to cold weather conditions during the Korean War for the M-51...
From €1,450.00 *
This RAF-Sheepskin Jacket from COCKPIT USA comes with a upgrade in road capability. Two handwarmer pockets are not 100% authentic, but gives this version extra comfort and better usability. Designed according to the...
From €389.00 *
Lighweight Version from the legendary Goatskin G-1 Flight Jacket. Flight Nylon and the insulated lining are perfect for colder days.
From €579.00 *
Exclusive small series with authentic USN Patch collection. Lighweight Version from the legendary Goatskin G-1 Flight Jacket. Flight Nylon and the insulated lining are perfect for colder days.
Inspired by the popular US Air Force Nylon Flight Jacket of the 50s, the M-86 Flight Jacket combines many features of these models. Made in USA.
From €709.00 *
From top to bottom - the jacket of the submarine driver The brown G-1 jacket has been the status symbol of USN fliers for decades. Now there is the jacket in black. Interestingly, this version was ordered exclusively by the US Navy...
From €629.00 *
The current jacket of the US Navy and Coast Guard crews. A true classic with high practicality. Made in USA.
From €749.00 *
THE LEGENDARY G-1 VINTAGE, MIL. SPEC. 1951. This jacket carries the M-422A main garment label as the pre-WWII original and has been hand treated to simulate many years of hard flying combat wear.
From €579.00 *
THE LATEST EDITION OF AN AMERICAN LEGEND - At first sight this jackets looks exactly as an A-2 should look like but if you take a closer look you will find that there are quite number of differences when compared to the WWII...