US Air Force N2B Intermediate Flyer's Jacket - MIL-TEC Reproduction
Pools Surplus Stores is proud to present this high-quality modern reproduction, based on the iconic US Air Force N2B Intermediate Flying Jacket; a robust nylon Extreme Cold Weather (ECW) bomber jacket specially designed for military pilots and drivers operating in arctic environments. The adaptable fleece-lined hood and ample polyfibre insulation will keep the wearer warm and comfortable in even the coldest winter climate.
Pools Surplus Stores knows that original N2B Jackets are increasingly hard to find and expensive to buy; our Mil-Tec N2B is a close copy to the iconic original with the added benefit of being a Mint Condition, unworn and undamaged item, available in sizes ranging from Small (38" Chest) to 3XL (48" Chest).
From the windproof and weather resistant properties of the 100% nylon outer fabric, to the impressive thermal properties of the polyfibre insulation, this N2B reproduction is faithful to the original military issue item, right down to small details like replica zipper, stud fasteners, and high quality faux-fur trim around the snorkel hood.
- Small - To best fit 37" to 38" Chest (Armpit to Armpit measures 23" across)
- Medium - To best fit 39" to 40" Chest (Armpit to Armpit measures 24" across)
- Large - To best fit 41" to 42" Chest (Armpit to Armpit measures 25" across)
- XL - To best fit 43" to 44" Chest (Armpit to Armpit measures 26" across)
- 2XL - To best fit 45" to 46" Chest (Armpit to Armpit measures 27" across)
- 3XL - To best fit 47" to 48" Chest (Armpit to Armpit measures 28" across)
The cut of this bomber jacket is particularly short-fitting (The hem typically sits high on the waist and the sleeves end before the wrist). This style is true to originals, which were designed so the wearer would not be obstructed by the hem or sleeves of the jacket when seated in a vehicle. However, if you prefer your jacket to be a more regular length, we would suggest ordering one size up.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask.