WWII Tanker jacket as seen in the movie Fury! This Cockpit® jacket is an authentic reproduction of the jacket designed in WWII for US tank crews in Europe. If this jacket looks familiar, it’s because it was worn by the main cast of the movie “Saving Private Ryan.” This jacket is lightweight but warm, due to its wool-blend blanket lining, making it a true three season jacket.
NOTE: Please allow an additional 7-10 business days for shipment.
Cockpit® USA WWII Tanker Jacket features:
- 100% cotton outer shell
- Knit collar, cuffs, and waistband
- Two front slash pockets
- Brass Zipper
- Bi-swing back
- Note: Dry clean only
- Color: WWII Khaki
- Fit: Normal
These products are all natural and hand made in the USA. It will help preserve your new jacket or add years back to your old one. Exposure to the elements and regular wear will dry out and fade your jacket. Replenish your jacket now!
Cockpit® USA History:
In 1975, Jeff Clyman founded Avirex Ltd. Avirex established itself with original military designs for the A-2, G-1, and B-3 jackets. By 1978, the brand flourished with “The Cockpit” catalogue. The US Air Force began to purchase A-2 flight jackets, which led to them becoming an official government supplier. Followed by more government agencies; US Navy, US Army, NASA, and many international armed forces.
In the early 1980s, the company partnered with blockbusters to help promote their jackets, “The Right Stuff” and “Top Gun”. With the popularity, the lists of celebrities who’ve worn their jackets continued to grow on and off the screen.
Recognized worldwide as one of the leaders in fashion and function for military bomber jackets.