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Bombers are the lightweight yet rugged outerwear you sport whenever the weather's got a chill, but it's not cool enough for your leather riding jacket. Their history goes back to the B-15 and MA1 flight jackets, and these days, they give you space while fitting around your wrists and waist when you head out for a ride. We've created a top-quality bomber style jacket and then added our Lethal Threat touches our customers expect from us.
We took our sexy Bombs Away Pin-Up Girl, riding our Flying Tiger Bomb surrounded by a circle of bullets, and embroidered this beauty on the upper back of the jacket. We put in over five hours of embroidery time just for the back design. Embroidery thread colors are perfectly blended to match the Army green base fabric color.
Next, we added a vintage-style felt embroidered patch featuring an aviator skull to the upper right sleeve. A winged Lethal Threat skull is embroidered on the chest, and a small skull is embroidered near the cuff on the lower left sleeve.
A classic contrasting orange inner liner with our aviator skull print lets you wear this jacket inside out in times of distress.
You won't find a bomber jacket like this anywhere! We custom-size these jackets to be extra roomy. We kept hearing from our customers to do "Real Man Sizing," and we obliged your requests. No need to size up, and we also have you big guys covered, offering up to 4XL for this style. Whatever your size, look good and impress nobody with this bomber featuring Kustom Kulture rockabilly-style graphics.
- Water-repellent 100% nylon flight satin outer shell and polyester interlining<
- Strong front zipper closure with storm flap
- Two inside and two outside pockets (snap closure )
- Knit collar, cuffs and waistband
- Utility/pencil pocket on the left sleeve
- Embroidery direct to the garment
- Comfort rated in temperatures from 25-40 degrees Fahrenheit (-4 to +5 C)
I love it. I was an Aircraft Maintenance Specialist in the USAF and an Aircraft Inspector at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics.