$ 770.00Size Guide & How to Measure
This A-2 flight jacket was absorbed into the Army Air Force on July 4th 1942, the 23rd Fighter Group was the official new name for the AVG, but kept their nom de gar ‰ÛÏThe Flying Tigers‰. The 23rd Fighter Group wore this authentic replica A-2 flight jacket a relic of American bravery in WWII, the 23rd Fighter Group jacket is perfected in its authenticity down to the officer I.D. card in the lining. Decorated with an original Flying Tiger 23rd Fighter group emblem on the front, an antique silver thread bullion China Burma India patch on the left sleeve, the Flying Tigers 14th Air Force bullion badge on the right shoulder sleeve and featuring an authentic China Burma India Leather appliqu̩ blood chit on the back, this particular A-2 jacket is studded with history.åÊ
$ 600.00Size Guide & How to Measure
$ 1,450.00Size Guide & How to Measure
This B-3 bomber jacket represents a combat worn garment that has seen at least 100 mission over enemy territory. The vintage bomber jacket can not be distinguished from one over 60 years old. It features a body crafted of American shearling full fur sheepskin specially treated to give the look and feel of an aged and authentic garment. Vintage labeling, heavy latigo aged leather belting straps, and other original features, makes this a classic must have.
$ 1,290.00Size Guide & How to Measure
The ultimate collector's B-3 shearling bomber jacket, patterned after the early 1941 issue russet colored jacket. The shearling pelts are specially hand selected and matched for authentic vintage coloring; there may be shading on the color just as in the original. Vintage labeling, heavy latigo leather belting straps and other original features make this a classic must have. Fits and looks like it just came out of the factory in 1941.
*This full cut jacket runs true to size (no need to upsize for more room). The sizes are standard men's coat sizes.