What jacket(s) are you wearing at the moment?

Discussion in 'General Flight Jacket Discussion' started by Roughwear, Mar 22, 2008.

  1. Steve27752

    Steve27752 Well-Known Member

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    I like it, it is a good fit.
     
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  2. Giovanni Mari

    Giovanni Mari New Member

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    Eastman’s A2 “Escape” jacket
     
  3. B-Man2

    B-Man2 Well-Known Member

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    I bet that's a good looking A2!
    Any photos?
     
  4. Peter Graham

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    It’s well and truly N-1 weather here in Ireland. I think I can safely hang up the M-41 for the next four months.
     
  5. Smithy

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    Milder today, 2 to 5 Celsius but with a bit of rain and sleet. Aero Barnstormer again, as it tends to be with me when it's around the 0 to 10 degrees with rain/sleet/hail or snow. Fantastic coat for rugging up in with a jumper.

    And Peter, doesn't it just make you smile when the temperate drops and the days and nights get chillier.
     
  6. Andrew

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    Started my Saturday with some tip time on my 9'6" on a nice little glassy not too busy point break. Sleeveless neoprene vest was possibly overkill. I'm not jealous one bit!
     
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  7. Steve27752

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    No pictures, it did not happen!!!!!!!
     
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  8. Smithy

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    You've really thrown yourself into surfing Andrew, good to hear it too. I surfed back in NZ from when I was about 13 to 18 until a nasty incident with a shark off the east coast.

    Funnily enough there's starting to be a bit of a thing now for surfers to come here and surf under the Northern Lights, although you need a bit more than a spring suit ;)
     
  9. B-Man2

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    FINALLY!!
    Temp was 51 degrees here this morning. Got to wear an A2 for about 3 hours.:D
     
  10. MikeyB-17

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    Flipping beautiful day here today, decided to break out the Spiewak pea coat, worked well.

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  11. Smithy

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    4 inches of snow and still coming down but very mild, only -2 Celsius. Submariner and Barnstormer again.
     
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  12. Steve27752

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    No pics.......It did not happen!
     
  13. B-Man2

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    The Pea Coat is one of my favorites. I always throw one in the truck when I head up north to colder weather. Works great with blue jeans or casual pants and dress shirt. Looks good Mikey.
     
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  14. Smithy

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    Not much point in trying to take pics Steve, it's pitch dark by 2:30pm!
     
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  15. B-Man2

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    Flashbulbs??:)
     
  16. Smithy

    Smithy Well-Known Member

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    We don't need those silly things, they just interrupt and hide the beauty of the Northern Lights ;)

    (Which just happen to be going on right now as it's stopped snowing and cleared up)
     
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  17. B-Man2

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    Oh Smithy........
    you've got to post a picture of that. That sounds absolutely beautiful. The northern lights right outside your front door.
    That's just a dream for most of us in the US.
    Cheers:)
     
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  18. Smithy

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    No worries B-M2! We have them every night from now until Feb/March so long as it's clear. I've just switched phones as my old one literally died and which unfortunately had a ton of photos of them on. They're archived on a flashdrive so I'll drag some photos out for you.

    It's overcast at the moment otherwise I'd snap some pics of them right now ;)
     
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  19. B-Man2

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    Thanks!
     
  20. johnwayne

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    Afraid no pics Steve but yesterday I wore my BR B10 and went to local garage to put some juice in the car and when I paid a young guy serving, prob early 20's, told me he thought the jacket was in his words was awsome! He said he thought it looked nice and warm so I showed him the alpaca lining, told him what type of jacket it was but felt quite chuffed! Similarly, doing the British tradition of a 'fish and chips' supper last week a pretty young girl commented on my 1960's Skyline MA1 (patched) and on both occasions it was very tempting to break into ' the history of flights jackets' mode but thought they might get bored nor had the time to listen to some old jacket nerd ramble on!!
     
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