Size Chart - Jackets
Size Chart – Jackets
Short sizes are one (1) inch shorter than regural sizes (body and sleeves).
Long sizes are one (1) longer than regular sizes (body and sleeves).
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Short and Long sizes are not returnable/refundable.
|Height / Size||34||36||38||40||42||44||46||48||50|
|5’2″ • 157cm|
|5’4″ • 162cm||S|
|5’6″ • 167cm|
|5’8″ • 172cm||R|
|5’10” • 177cm|
|6′ • 182cm|
|6’2″ • 187cm||L|
|6’4″ • 193cm|
How to measure yourself for jacket ordering.
Please let us have the following 5 measurements before you order.
1. Your Height
2. Your Weight
3. Your Chest circumference (wearing a t-shirt only).
Use a measuring tape and measure around your chest (at nipples level).
4. Your Waist circumference (at belly button level).
5. Your Lower Waist circumference (at belt level).
6. Your Shoulder circumference
With the arms relaxed and down at the side, measure around the shoulders just above the biceps. (Don’t take this measurement yourself, ask somebody else to help you so that you have both your arms down at the sides during measurement).
Special Limited Edition
This jacket is based on the jacket worn by Colonel Arthur H. Rogers, Commander of the 90th Bombardment Group, also known as “THE JOLLY ROGERS” (named after him), which turned out by recorded facts to be "the Best Damn Heavy Bombardment Group" in the world.
The artwork on the back of our jacket is the same as the nose art of Col. Arthur’s own bomber aircraft, the B-24D-5-CO Liberator called "Susbella / Connell's Special" with Serial Number 41-23765.
Late in 1942, this B-24 was modified at Hickam Field, Hawaii, adding a Consair A-6 twin 50 caliber tail turret to the nose, the first bomber with this addition, making it one of the key B-24's of the war. The “Special” project was conceived by Col. A. H. Rogers himself.
The jacket features:
- Hand painted 90th Bombardment Group patch
- Hand painted 320th Bomb Squadron “Moby Dick” patch
- Handmade multi layer leather 5th Air Force shoulder roundel patch
- Handmade rank insignia of Colonel
- Handmade Name Plate – Leather “ARTHUR H. ROGERS”
Jacket on display made with Victory Horsehide Seal, dull orange lining and medium brown thread.