A1 Short Version

Glossy leather
Cotton poplin lining
Large rib in Cashwool
Closing by 8 buttons in horn or corozo
One inside pocket

History A1 

Created in 1922 by the Army Air Corp to replace the cumbersome airmen’s jackets, this model has not known the fire. It was frequently made of sheep leather or sometimes in dog fur.
Charles Lindbergh has worn this model when he crossed the Atlantic in 1927, which gave the A1 all its notoriety.
8-button closure gives it a chic and military style.
This model is one of the best sellers in our collection.


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