A jacket which has truly evolved from its beginnings as a survival suit liner, the Cockpit USA WEP bomber is a reproduction of the USN and USMC original, complete with the contemporary addition of an array of patches reproduced from a vintage jacket found in Jeff Clyman’s personal collection. Crafted from luxurious specially woven Nylon to replicate the...
Cockpit USA offers the iconic B-3 American Shearling flight jacket tailored expressly for women. Soft supple double lined Shearling with authentic antique exterior identical to those worn by women air service pilots in World War II courageously flying the American bomber planes. Jacket features belted collar strap for those cold windy days and two side...
Made following the 1938 Irvin Airchute Co. pattern for the Royal Air Force, this jacket was the hero of the Battle of Britain.As worn, the leatherized sheepskin panels will distress to a suede finish, which will provide that battle worn look over time.
A handsome example of original 1960's cold war armed forces attire at its finest, the Cockpit USA M-65 is an impeccably tailored and truly authentic U.S. Army field coat made to 1965 military spec in the original OG107 olive color.
During World War II the WASP pilots (Women’s Air Service Pilots) needed a leather flight jacket. Most were issued with the typical A-2 Army Air force jacket but some had jackets custom made to replicate the Army issue in a softer more feminine lambskin with the traditional patch pockets of the A-2 and custom side entry hand warmer pockets.
Cockpit took the warm, plush sheepskin B-3 and added a detachable shearling lined, real coyote fur trimmed hood for the ultimate in cold weather protection.As worn, the leatherized sheepskin panels will distress to develop a suede finish, which will provide that weathered, battle worn look over time.
This goatskin jacket pays homage to both the celebrated General Henry ‘Hap' Arnold and the B-25 bomber, the air- craft responsible for achieving the Allies first triumph over Fascism during WWII with its daring raid on Tokyo in April 1942.