Cockpit USA Type B-3 Shearling Jacket Comfort
Made specifically for open cockpit and high altitude flying, the B-3 did its job admirably. Using American Shearling, our B-3 jacket has leather welted seams, a heavy duty front zipper over a wind flap, custom authentic metal buckles and hard wear, and side entry hand warmer pockets first added by our company in 1978.
Cockpit USA G-1 "TOP GUN" Movie Jacket
Cockpit USA G-1 "Bulls Eye" Flight Jacket
Ornate, exact replica of an original flight jacket from the 50s. Original cut with authentic patch collection.
Cockpit USA G-1 Vintage "Mission"
Made to the original specification sheet of the 1950s this amazing G1 uses the strong and pebbly grained goatskin that is typical of original war time era jackets. A special hand applied process emulates the look and feel of a battle proven veteran jacket.
Cockpit USA G-1 "USS FORRESTAL"
Patterned after a 1950s Navy flight jacket this unique G-1 is a faithful replica of an actual jacket that was worn by an airman in 1967. He was based aboard the USS FORRESTAL during a mission in the South China Sea.
Cockpit USA G-1 Vintage 1950
This is the ultimate collector's Navy leather jacket made from specially prepared goatskin with real aged mouton shearling collar.
Cockpit USA G-1 Submarine
For decades the G1 has been the official flight jacket of all US Navy pilots and aircrew members. Here comes a G1 with a twist! The black G-1 for the USN Submarine Crews.
Cockpit USA G-1 "Military" US Navy, modern day
This jacket is made of 100% Mil Spec goatskin. It follows the current Mil. Spec. US Navy pattern which Cockpit supplies to the Navy and Coast Guard units.
Cockpit USA Type A-2 U.S. Air Force, 21st century
New design for new range of use. The youngest specification considers that the A-2 is not use for flying since the newest Nomex Clothing is official on duty.
Cockpit USA WEP Jacket US Navy
The WEP jacket never came to life as a true aviator’s jacket. In fact it was issued along with a specially designed rubberized cold water survival suit. This “exposure suit” was worn over the standard flight coverall and worked similar to a modern day neoprene suit. It was intended to protect the aircrew in cold water after the use of the ejection seat or a ditching. The WEP jacket served as a bias liner and provided additional insulation in cold and harsh environments.