Crafted originally during WWII, the grand B-7 Parka was an essential asset in the protection of pilots and ground crews stationed in the bitterly cold climates of Alaska. I TEMPI DI CONSEGNA SONO SEI SETTIMANE DALL'ORDINE.
Its late May 1940, the British forces sent to defend France from the Germans are in disarray and have been pushed to the edge of the beaches at HAUTS-de-France where their fate awaits.
"The Dakota Shearling Coat” retains all of the original features of our standard Hooded B-3 by still maintaining the luxurious detachable zippered shearling, coyote fur trimmed hood. I TEMPI DI CONSEGNA SONO DI CIRCA SEI SETTIMANE DALL'ORDINE.
Cockpit USA artisans have created a B-3 shearling bomber jacket which so accurately represents a combat worn garment that has seen at least 100 mission over enemy territory. I TEMPI DI CONSEGNA SONO SEI SETTIMANE DALL'ORDINE
Honoring Pearl Harbor, Cockpit USA has created this ultimate collector’s 1941 Pearl Harbor B-3 bomber jacket, patterned after the early 1941 issued russet colored B-3. I TEMPI DI CONSEGNA SONO CINQUE SETTIMANE DALL'ORDINE.
Brought into service around 1934 and a firm favorite among bomber crews during WWII, the sturdy B3 bomber jacket was originally designed for both open cockpit and high altitude flying in the 1930s. I TEMPI DI CONSEGNA SONO DI SEI SETTIMANE DALL'ORDINE.
The B-6 short sheared sheepskin flight jacket was first introduced in 1939 and used extensively in the Army Air Force training command when pilots flew open cockpit training planes but needed a lightweight jacket for ease of movement. I TEMPI DI CONSEGNA SONO SEI SETTIMANE DALL'ORDINE
Designed according to the 1938 Irvin Airchute Co. pattern, the British Royal Air Force Sheepskin Flying Jacket represents the epitome of English heroism during WWII. I TEMPI DI CONSEGNA SONO DI CINQUE SETTIMANE DALL'ORDINE.
Previously provided with outerwear which kept very little body heat, the sheepskin B-3 bomber jackets were introduced in WWII to ensure that crewman were kept warm while flying at high altitudes in unpressurized cabins.
Brought into service around 1934 and a firm favorite among bomber crews during WWII, the sturdy B3 bomber jacket was originally designed for both open cockpit and high altitude flying in the 1930s. TAGLIA 42 USA (54ITA) IN PRONTA CONSEGNA.