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L-2B FEAR THE BONES BATTLEWASH FLIGHT JACKET


Fear the bones
L-2B FEAR THE BONES BATTLEWASH FLIGHT JACKET
L-2B FEAR THE BONES BATTLEWASH FLIGHT JACKET
L-2B FEAR THE BONES BATTLEWASH FLIGHT JACKET
L-2B FEAR THE BONES BATTLEWASH FLIGHT JACKET
L-2B FEAR THE BONES BATTLEWASH FLIGHT JACKET
L-2B FEAR THE BONES BATTLEWASH FLIGHT JACKET
L-2B FEAR THE BONES BATTLEWASH FLIGHT JACKET
L-2B FEAR THE BONES BATTLEWASH FLIGHT JACKET
L-2B FEAR THE BONES BATTLEWASH FLIGHT JACKET
L-2B FEAR THE BONES BATTLEWASH FLIGHT JACKET
L-2B FEAR THE BONES BATTLEWASH FLIGHT JACKET
L-2B FEAR THE BONES BATTLEWASH FLIGHT JACKET
L-2B FEAR THE BONES BATTLEWASH FLIGHT JACKET

L-2B FEAR THE BONES BATTLEWASH FLIGHT JACKET

Regular price $250.00 Sale





DETAILS:

  • A lightweight, battlewash bomber with “Fear the Bones” appliques inspired by squadron patches from VFW-103, a Navy aviation squadron nicknamed the Jolly Rogers.

Male Model Information:

  • Height 6'2"
  • Size: L

BENEFITS:

  • Battlewash

FEATURES:

  • Alpha logo on zipper extension
  • Ma-1 utility pocket on sleeve with pen cap inserts
  • Signature red “remove before flight” flag
  • “Fear the Bones” flag
  • Sleeve shirring
  • Patches on sleeve
  • “Fear the Bones” patches on chest
  • Jolly roger patch on back
  • Two exterior flap pockets
  • Two interior welt pockets
  • Knit collar, cuffs and waist

PRODUCT SPECS:

  • Fit: Standard
  • Length: Above Hip
  • Recommended Weather: Light Weather

FABRIC:

  • SHELL: 100% Nylon
  • LINING: 100% Nylon

RECOMMENDED CARE INSTRUCTIONS:

  • Machine wash cold, gentle cycle. Non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry low. Do not iron or dry clean.

PRODUCT HISTORY

The L-2B flight jacket was introduced in the early 1950s for use in light temperature zones (50 to 86 degrees F). Initially the bomber was only used by the U.S. Air Force which is why the USAF insignia was put on the sleeve. The flight jacket went through many specification updates including the removal of the oxygen tab, snap tabs and epaulets, along with the USAF logo as the jacket was eventually adopted by the Navy and other branches of the armed forces.