US B-13 AAF Officer Flight Jacket

US B-13 AAF Officer Flight Jacket
The ETO jacket was widely used by the Army Air Force, which then developed the follow-on B-13 (Officer) and B-14 (Enlisted) jackets.  This reproduction of the Officer jacket is made in the same dark OD 100% wool elastique.  Though intended as flight gear, it was frequently worn as a dress jacket.  Note that it has a standard military taper of 6 inches from chest size to waist size (i.e. size 48 jacket has a 42 inch waist).
 
Our PriceUS$ 100.00
Retail PriceUS$ 150.00
Code105010000
Stock4
Weight1.35
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