Product Code: Cotton A2 Flight

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When it comes to style and attitude nothing can do it better than the armed forces. The Cotton Cockpit pilot bomber leather collar jacket is amazing. When you talk about the color white, it looks extremely elegant. The bomber jacket is made out of great quality cotton, however the collar is made of genuine quality leather. This jacket is washable and can be worn easily, without any discomfort because it has polyester lining on the inside. This jacket can be worn in almost all seasons including Spring, summer, early fall weather. The jacket offers ample protection from the gusty winds. The front zipper of the jacket is made of branded YKK. The cuffs for the jacket are hemmed, while the two front pockets on the waist comes with a buttoned flap.

Product Specifications :

  • Top quality cotton, leather collar
  • Hemmed cuffs
  • Front pockets with buttoned flap top
  • Perfect for almost any weather
  • Color: White

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