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AERO LEATHER B-3 - RUSSET TRIM
AERO LEATHER B-3 - RUSSET TRIM
€1,249.00 *
JACKET-FLYING WINTER, TYPE B-3 This version of the B-3 is a faithful replica of the ever-famous wartime shearling jacket.
Cockpit Type A-2 / 21 Century
Cockpit Type A-2 / 21 Century
From €649.00 *
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...
Cockpit USA “Movie Hero” CWU-36/P Flight Jacket
Cockpit USA “Movie Hero” CWU-36/P Flight Jacket
€599.00 *
The Cockpit USA Movie Heroes© CWU-36/P – although a faithful reproduction of the Mil-Spec Nomex® Summer Weight Flight Jacket, it is made using a durable nylon twill shell and lining woven to Cockpit USA specifications to replicate the...
Cockpit B-10 Flight Jacket
Cockpit B-10 Flight Jacket
€449.00 *
B-10 Flight Jacket - Known as the fighter pilot's flight jacket, the B-10 is a cloth adaptation of the US Navy G1 pattern with modifications. Set up for hard wear, the B-10 bomber jacket has a flat weave and was originally lined...
Pike Brothers 1943 B10 Flight Jacket
Pike Brothers 1943 B10 Flight Jacket
€299.00 *
The U.S. Army Air Force B-10 intermediate flight jacket was initially introduced as a replacement for the earlier leather flight jackets like the A-2s or the B-3s. Highly favored due to its sharp appearance and higher comfort it was not...
Pike Brothers 1942 C2 Vest Oliv Drab
Pike Brothers 1942 C2 Vest Oliv Drab
€159.00 *
The C2 Vest was introduced by the USAAF in 1942. It was meant as an additional layer underneath the leather flight jackets.
Pike Brothers 1965 CWU Jacket
Pike Brothers 1965 CWU Jacket
€149.00 *
The abbreviation stands for Cold Weather Uniform. A layering system that was developed in the early 1960s by the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force for a better protection of their pilots. We have used the same original padded polyamid...