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Type A-2 Mark 31

The Gibson & Barnes Mark 31 is a tribute to this rare, historical A-2. It is made from large, grade-A, vegetable-tanned goatskin that has been drum-dyed and pigmented the original Air Corps russet brown color.
Starting at: $738.00

Type A-2 Mark 43

The Gibson & Barnes Mark 43 A-2 has all the features found in the original World War II A-2s. It is made from 3-ounce horsehide, the lining is tightly woven, plain-weave cotton, and the collar is attached directly to the body of the jacket.
Starting at: $648.00

Type A-2 Mark 41

The A-2 was the aviator’s badge of honor and they proudly wore their jackets in the air, on and off base, and especially home on leave. Gibson & Barnes’ Mark 41 A-2 is typical of A-2 jackets made just before World War II.
Starting at: $678.00

Shearling USAAF B-3 Jacket

Made from warm sheepskin shearling, the B-3 was the most popular winter flying jacket of World War II. Hollywood loved it too, and it was immortalized in countless World War II movies including Stalag 17, The War Lover, and 12 O’clock High.
Starting at: $868.00

Shearling Civil B-3 Jacket

The Civil B-3 has been adapted from the famous WW II Army Air Forces B-3 cold weather flying jacket. Customized to meet today’s needs with two front pockets, yet retaining the functionality of the collar and waist straps.
Starting at: $848.00

Navy M-422A

Admiral “Bull” Halsey wore an M-422 when Hornet launched Jimmy Doolittle’s B-25s toward Tokyo in 1942. Lt. Butch O’Hare, the Navy’s first ace and a Medal of Honor winner, wore his M-422 flying F-4Fs with Fighting 3.
Starting at: $648.00

Flying Tigers A-2

Our AVG and CBI jackets are genuine Type A-2 Mark 41 jackets like those worn by many Flying Tigers. They are genuine russet brown horsehide with wool cuffs and waistband, cotton lining and nickel zipper with bell pull.
Starting at: $878.00

Civil A-2

The A-2 jacket is steeped in military history. Lt. Col. Jimmy Doolittle wore his during the 1942 raid, General Douglas MacArthur wore one at Inchon, and today every Air Force pilot has one. But civilians love them too.
Starting at: $398.00

Air Force A-2

The A-2 is the most recognized, desired, and coveted jacket ever made. Originally ordered by the Army Air Corps in 1931, it has been worn with pride by the military and civilians for over 70 years.
Starting at: $398.00

Civil G-1

The G-1 is an official Navy uniform item, but Naval Aviators can’t resist wearing it with their civilian clothes. Civilians love the jacket too.
Starting at: $418.00

Navy G-1

The G-1 jacket is one of the most coveted possessions of Naval Aviators. Most G-1s are covered with squadron, carrier, and aircraft patches from the aviator’s duty assignments.
Starting at: $418.00

Luftwaffe

In an emergency, the jacket can be worn reversed with the orange lining out. The collar is normally worn open but the jacket zips to the top of the collar, turning it into a warm turtleneck.
Limited Sizes Available
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Leather Flight Jackets
High Quality Military & Air Force Leather Bomber Jackets

The selection of leather jackets runs the gamut from the WW II historical, to Law Enforcement, to airlines, and motorcycle jackets, in a variety of hides.

Gibson & Barnes
1900 Weld Blvd, #140
El Cajon, CA 92020