£22.50 £75.00Size Guide
From “Spitten Kittens” to “Flying Tigers”, nose art and mascots united bomber groups. The personalised artwork often featured animals to boost morale and give the men something ‘to pat’ before and after every mission.
Inspired by US Army Air Force in Britain during the Second World War, this medium-weight cotton loopback sweatshirt is cut in the new improved comfort-fit and features an original R-E mascot design in an authentic-look distressed flock fabric, inspired by the ferocious-looking insignia of the 550th Bomb Squadron, 385th Bomb Group.
Based on original insignia of the WW2 385th Bomb Group.
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Improved, comfort fit.
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£25.50 £85.00Size Guide
A breathable medium-weight cotton loopback hoodie in a new improved, comfort-fit, inspired by US Eighth Army Air Force and the baseball past-time shared with British Allies during the Second World...