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1941 Jacket

The Aces High 1941 jacket has all of the features found on original jackets:

1941 JacketThe Aces High 1941 jacket has all of the features found on original jackets:

 

–     The zips are reproductions based on wartime Lightning zips

 

–     The buckle has been cast from an original wartime buckle

 

–     A black elastic strap on the reverse of the collar (originally designed to be pulled over the forehead to keep the collar up when flying in open cockpits!)

 

–     Quality sheepskin, tanned using traditional methods and matched to a sample from an original jacket

 

–     Quality horsehide used for seam tapes, collar back, belt, and other leather elements

 

–     White cotton label, based on an original wartime contractor’s label

 

As with the majority of mid-war jackets, the front and back body panels are subdivided and are each
made from two pieces of sheepskin. Similarly, the sleeve panels are subdivided horizontally.

1941 Jacket

 

Available in a range of standard sizes (UK 38 – 52). If you are not sure which size is best for you, please refer to our size chart on the how to order page.

 

The 1941 jacket costs £1,200 (+ post/packing)

 

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The accuracy of your WW2 flying jacket is excellent.
– Wing Commander Kenneth Cook DFC RAF (retired)

 

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