The timeless Irvin pattern was developed during the 30s, and by the outbreak of war in 1939 was the standard RAF flying jacket. This particular variety was issued to pilots of both Coastal Command and the Fleet Air Arm, who were particularly as risk of ditching in water. The yellow hood was an additional survival aid, making it easier to spot a pilot 'in the drink'.
Amazing shape, lovely condition leather and newly restored zips.
- No label, but fits a modern med
- Pit to pit 23"
- Shoulder to shoulder 19"
- Shoulder to cuff 24"
- Collar to hem 25"