To celebrate the best season of the year, we're kicking off the week with two new styles!
First, we teamed up with aviation Photographer @bradleywentzel to test drive our N1 Bedford Cord Navy Jacket on his recent Polaris Dawn and SpaceX flight training, and the results are astronomical!
Photographed in front of a L-39, the N1 Bedford Cord Navy Jacket was originally issued to all U.S Navy personnel in 1944. It became one of the most famed and utilized U.S Armed Forces jackets in the 1940s.
The Navy N1 Bedford Cord Deck Jacket was sturdy, warm, and a versatile jacket for crew-members working on aircraft carriers and USN warships. The first version of the Navy N1 Deck Jacket had wool blend Alpaca fiber lining; later this lining was replaced by wool. Cockpit USA’s version has a polyester lining which is lighter and more pleasant to wear while giving the appearance of the original alpaca lining.
The USN N1 Jacket pays respect to the hardworking men of the US Navy by replicating the wind flap protector over the zipper front enclosure and a USN stencil behind its collar, constructed of a unique rugged Bedford Cord shell. For added warmth it features hidden storm cuffs in the sleeves. Proudly made in the USA, the USN N1 Jacket showcases Cockpit USA's superior quality in craftsmanship.
This jacket is offered in both navy and sage color options and is available to ship today!
Classics are not created, they are born, destined to stand out, unique and above all else, timeless. Introducing the Gentlemen’s Cedar A-2 Flight Jacket.
Never out of style, the type A-2 flight jacket was first introduced in 1931 and became the Army Air Force combat pilot's second skin during WWII. It continues to be re-invented time after time, since Cockpit USA first introduced the style to the fashion market in 1976. Cockpit USA’s latest take on the classic A-2 flight jacket is made of a cedar brown suede that offers the perfect balance of style and functionality. Superior quality as always, this jacket will look great in virtually any setting.