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Alpha Industries Alpha Industries MA-1 VF 59 Flight Jacket 2XL Dark Green B01JGCPGCO

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  • Model: B01JGCPGCO
  • 749 Units in Stock

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  • Aviator bomber jacket from the House of Alpha industries
  • Orange lining
  • Upper: 100% nylon, Lining: 100% nylon, Padding: 100% polyester
  • Nicht waschbar
  • Blouse
  • Vintage Fit (Narrow)
  • 191118
  • Multi-layer insulation
  • Rib knit cuffs close arm and hip
  • Flight day on the left arm

Product description

The MA-1 VF 59 range is a tailored less bulky version of the core MA-1 Alpha flight jacket. VF Stands for Vintage Fit and creates a smart appearance when worn. The MA-1 VF-59 design goes back to the mid-1950s, it comes with a signature pencil pocket to the sleeve and zip closure storm flap for added insulation
This jacket features a front zipper, two front pockets with button lock, an extra zip pocket on left arm and a distinctive indian orange lining. The jacket is made of high quality flight nylon.  Please note: This jacket comes in a Vintage Fit, which is a comfy slim fit.
50% polyester, 50% nylon
Dry Clean Only
Alpha Industries History
In October, 1959, more than 50 years ago, Alpha Industries began its operations making military clothing in the basement of a rented Knoxville, Tennessee factory using leased sewing machines and only a few employees.   The first few years were very difficult for newly formed Alpha because it was a time of peace and the U.S. Defence Department purchased only small quantities of military clothing.  However, the outstanding quality of Alpha's clothing quickly came to the Defence Department's attention and as America's  need for military clothing increased as the Vietnam conflict deepened, Alpha's growth as a manufacturer for the Defence Department rapidly accelerated.
Alpha specialized in manufacturing many types of jackets and pants for U.S. military forces.  As the years went by America's Defence Forces came to rely more and more on Alpha's expertise to produce U.S. Air Force and Naval Aviation flight jackets, Army and Marine Corps field jackets and a host of military pants and other clothing.  During this time Alpha manufactured over 40 million garments for the U.S. military ranging from simple hoods to complicated cold w