- CWU classic bomber jacket with orange lining
- Embroidered Velcro logo 2 front pockets & 2 inside pockets and ribbed cuffs and waist
- 100% Nylon
- Machine Wash
- Fastening: Zipper
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- Package Dimensions : 58.4 x 32.2 x 9.4 cm; 1.22 Kilograms
- Date First Available : 11 Feb. 2020
- Manufacturer : Schott NYC
- Item model number : 210100
- ASIN : B084N4834Z
- Department : Men's
- Customer reviews:
CWU jacket Original Schott. Model name: 210100.
From the manufacturer
SCHOTT N.Y.C: a success story
About SCHOTT N.Y.C
Each Schott jacket has a history written over over a hundred years by 4 generations of the Schott family.
The brand is a true American story: pioneering spirit, boldness, innovation, quality, creativity, characterize all its achievements.
Protect young pilots in the sky of Europe in 1944 or cause the Establishment with the black leather worn by Marlon Brando or James Dean in the 1950s, Schott jackets entered into American culture and became the flags of the American spirit.
An American Success story starting in 1913, with the brothers Irving and Jack Schott, son of a Russian immigrate, who are decided to realize their American dream.
When Irving Schott made the first motorcycle jacket in 1928, no one could have expected its long-term impact on the fashion industry as well as its incredible success among consumers of all edges.
Whether it was negotiating costs, discussing with his first sellers or treating with suppliers, Irving Schott always had his favourite Cuban cigar, the "Perfecto". Like Groucho Marx, Winston Churchill and George Burns, the cigar became his fetish accessory.
In 1954, the Perfecto became the centre of the cult film "The Wild Ones" with Marlon Brando and Lee Marvin. The appearance of the jacket is always more common and its increasing popularity.
Today Perfecto at over 90 years, it sells all over the world and continues to be the centre piece of Schott men's and women's collections.
In the 1950s, a new generation of aircraft involves revising the outfit of US Air Force pilots, so equipped with leather or woolen skin jackets.
A lightweight, warm, functional, ergonomic jacket perfectly adapts to the needs of riders in their cockpit is the Bomber.
Its two original colours are explained by their function: in case of an emergency landing, the khaki colour blends into the wild, while the orange lining is easily spotted by rescue teams at sea.
In several decades, Schott has produced hundreds of thousands of bombers, Flight jackets and bomber men in both the military and civilian sectors.
The most famous Bomber MA-1 has surpassed its first use to become an iconic piece of fashion that appeals to both men and women.
Timeless, the Bomber passes through times and is constantly revised. It is a must-have piece of the Schott collection.