Burnt Olive Cascade Down Eddie Bauer '42 Flight Parka

Cascade Down Eddie Bauer '42 Flight Parka
$450
USAAF-style flight jacket designed by Eddie in 1942 to withstand the harsh Alaskan climate.

Commissioned in 1942 for the US Army Air Corps, Eddie’s Flight Jacket was designed to keep the wearer warm at up to negative 70 degrees Fahrenheit and, in case of a crash over water, keep the wearer afloat for up to 24 hours. Based on a model he was already making for Alaskan bush pilots, it features Eddie’s signature diamond quilting and is updated with a weather-resistant nylon/cotton shell and Responsible Down Standard (RDS) premium down insulation.

Details include:
Two-way Talon long bell-tab zip front closure with storm flap
Two angled, woolen-lined side entry front pockets
Two large interior patch pockets
Arcuate contrast canvas-reinforced forearm panels
Woolen-lined hood with a shearling fur ruff
Cotton/wool rib cuffs

Hip-length diamond pattern quilted jacket with a shearling fur ruff and contrast canvas reinforced forearm panels. Features a two-way Talon long bell-tab zip front closure with storm flap, two woolen-lined side entry front pockets, two large interior patch pockets, a woolen-lined hood with a shearling fur ruff, and rib knit cuffs.
Cascade Down - 120 GSM DWR-treated nylon/cotton plainweave with 650 fill Responsible Down Standard (RDS) down — "the lightest, warmest thing on Earth."
Machine wash cold, gentle cycle. Dry on no to low heat (may take a few cycles) with two to three clean tennis balls added to the dryer to restore fluff. DO NOT bleach, iron or use fabric softener.
Import. Learn more.
Model is 6'3", and wears a Large top/bottom.
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Cascade Down Eddie Bauer '42 Flight Parka
$450
USAAF-style flight jacket designed by Eddie in 1942 to withstand the harsh Alaskan climate.
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burnt olive
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Commissioned in 1942 for the US Army Air Corps, Eddie’s Flight Jacket was designed to keep the wearer warm at up to negative 70 degrees Fahrenheit and, in case of a crash over water, keep the wearer afloat for up to 24 hours. Based on a model he was already making for Alaskan bush pilots, it features Eddie’s signature diamond quilting and is updated with a weather-resistant nylon/cotton shell and Responsible Down Standard (RDS) premium down insulation.

Details include:
Two-way Talon long bell-tab zip front closure with storm flap
Two angled, woolen-lined side entry front pockets
Two large interior patch pockets
Arcuate contrast canvas-reinforced forearm panels
Woolen-lined hood with a shearling fur ruff
Cotton/wool rib cuffs

Hip-length diamond pattern quilted jacket with a shearling fur ruff and contrast canvas reinforced forearm panels. Features a two-way Talon long bell-tab zip front closure with storm flap, two woolen-lined side entry front pockets, two large interior patch pockets, a woolen-lined hood with a shearling fur ruff, and rib knit cuffs.
Cascade Down - 120 GSM DWR-treated nylon/cotton plainweave with 650 fill Responsible Down Standard (RDS) down — "the lightest, warmest thing on Earth."
Machine wash cold, gentle cycle. Dry on no to low heat (may take a few cycles) with two to three clean tennis balls added to the dryer to restore fluff. DO NOT bleach, iron or use fabric softener.
Import. Learn more.
Model is 6'3", and wears a Large top/bottom.