The N-2B Cold Weather Jacket is THE jacket for extremely cold weather! The N-2B is a true pilot’s jacket, while still ideal for skiing, climbing, hiking, camping, or any other cold weather outdoor activity. Imported. Made by Alpha.
The Alpha N-2B Cold Weather Jacket features:
- 100% Satin nylon shell
- Water resistant
- Polyester interlining
- Made to mil specs
- Polyfil insulation
- Attached pile lined hood with synthetic mouton fur trim
- Hood has adjustable drawstrings & can be unzipped and snapped-down when not in use
- Heavy-duty zipper under button wind flap
- Two hand warmer pockets
- Zippered utility/pen pocket on the left sleeve
- Knit cuffs and waistband
- Note: Dry Clean Only
- Colors: Black & Sage Green
- Fit: Normal
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N-2B Parka History
The N-2B parka was made for the US Air Force air and ground crews. Replaced the N-2A. Classic mil-spec features front pass through pockets, split hood that would unzip to lay flat, and the zippered utility/pencil pocket with pencil point protectors. Alpha has been making the N-2B for the U.S. Armed Forces for more than 30 years. In the late 80s, they started making the same jacket for the commercial market with the same features from the military version.
This is the warmest jacket. Very flattering on and it is so comfortable. Just purchased this in November when the cold weather arrived. Highly recommend!
US Wings –
We are glad you like the jacket. You should stay warm this winter without a doubt.
I bought this in early November and wore it to work every day through early April. It handled the extreme winds, snow, rain and zero-degree weather of winter in Cleveland. The hood is essential for staying comfortable, and zips apart in the middle for snapping down. Best of all is that it a comfortable length to wear while driving; full-length parkas seem to get in the way of car seats.
That is the jacket I have, and it is “GREAT” for winter here in Dayton. Thanx, Jimme C