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Richardson Flight Jacket Replica Blue

Manufacturer: Alpha Industries
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$150.00
$99.00
This flight jacket layers on enhancements. A lightweight version of the popular Injector Flight Jacket, it features five pockets for storing your gear along with a flight patch and contrast lining to give you that extra flair. For a brighter look check out the Richardson Night Vision Green.
  • Map, welt and utility/pencil pockets for all your belongings
  • Water-resistant nylon shell protects you from the rain
  • 100% polyester lining
  • Dry clean only
 
 
Light-WeightLIGHT-WEIGHT
 Suitable for spring and fall                                                                                                                              
Richardson Alpha Fit Guide
        seasons above 40F

 

PRODUCT HISTORY

The B-15 jacket was first introduced in 1944 to replace the B-10. It was used throughout the late 40's by the U.S. Air Force pilots and air crews. Designed for cold temperatures, the jacket had a Mouton fur collar and 100% wool knit waistband and cuffs. It also featured a tab to hold the pilot's oxygen mask as well as a second one to keep the headset wires in place. It went through many revisions including one that started using nylon. Alpha started making reproductions of the B-15 bombers in 1993 and today produce them to the B-15D specifications including the nylon, tabs and Mouton collar.
This flight jacket layers on enhancements. A lightweight version of the popular Injector Flight Jacket, it features five pockets for storing your gear along with a flight patch and contrast lining to give you that extra flair. For a brighter look check out the Richardson Night Vision Green.
  • Map, welt and utility/pencil pockets for all your belongings
  • Water-resistant nylon shell protects you from the rain
  • 100% polyester lining
  • Dry clean only
 
 
Light-WeightLIGHT-WEIGHT
 Suitable for spring and fall                                                                                                                              
Richardson Alpha Fit Guide
        seasons above 40F

 

PRODUCT HISTORY

The B-15 jacket was first introduced in 1944 to replace the B-10. It was used throughout the late 40's by the U.S. Air Force pilots and air crews. Designed for cold temperatures, the jacket had a Mouton fur collar and 100% wool knit waistband and cuffs. It also featured a tab to hold the pilot's oxygen mask as well as a second one to keep the headset wires in place. It went through many revisions including one that started using nylon. Alpha started making reproductions of the B-15 bombers in 1993 and today produce them to the B-15D specifications including the nylon, tabs and Mouton collar.
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