The Nose Art Garment Bags are silk screened with WWII nose art images. Painted by the late John Schumick, a renowned nose art painter during WWII. Reproduced from original artwork painted on leather by Mr. Schumick and presented to Sgt. David Hack, CEO of US Wings.
The El Lobo image was worn and made famous by Ted Williams, a great baseball players who also served as a Marine in WWII and the Korean War.
The Flying Tigers are world renowned and made famous by Dick Rossi,
The Memphis Belle was one of the first B-17s to complete 25 combat missions with all her crew intact.
Note: We do not recommend long-term storage of leather jackets in garment bags. Leather is a natural material and needs to breathe. Short-term storage of leather garments (i.e., for transportation purposes, etc.) is acceptable. If you do store your jacket in this bag for an extended period, we recommend leaving the bag unzipped.
The Nose Art Garment Bag features:
- Full-length front zipper
- Fold in half for easy carry
- Velcro secured handles
- Color: Navy Blue