If one hadn't learned to fly, anyone probably wouldn't have invented a bomber. The name of the men's bomber in a heavier design also refers to the aviation roots. While the British single-seat fighter served the RAF and other Allied armies during World War II, the SPITFIRE jacket will reliably serve you from autumn to spring (from spring to autumn you can pick the light BUSHPILOT variant).
We sewed the SPITFIRE pilot's jacket from a heavier cotton fabric in a twill weave with a brushed surface, the collar and knits at the ends of the sleeves and the bottom hem are made of ribbed knit. It holds its shape well, it is soft to the touch, and moreover, thanks to it, the cold does not get on your skin, let alone under skin. The contrast is also guaranteed by the contrasting taffeta quilted lining and the freedom of movement of the functional seam on the back part in the shoulders.
At first glance, this bomber will captivate you with its massive durable YKK zipper and aviation embroidery on the chest. On the front you will find two flap pockets with flaps with metal press studs, the other two pockets are hidden inside: one with a zipper, the other with metal press studs. Following the example of aviation jackets, the SPITFIRE has other pockets on the left sleeve: a zipper and a pair of smaller pockets on a pen or knife. It's up to you what you fly in next time.