UK RAF battledress Jacket (Improved Run)

UK RAF battledress Jacket (Improved Run)

This is the early Suits, Aircrew pattern, not the later War Service Dress, the main difference being the internal field dressing pocket on the trousers.

 
Our PriceUS$ 125.00
Retail PriceUS$ 145.00
Code205395000
Stock103
Weight1.2
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Same authentic details sour older run but our new production is made from an improved fabric with a better color and softer finish.
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