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Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed

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Dehen 1920 - Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed. We started seeing the flyer's club jacket in heavy rotation last year and had to get our hands on one. The funny thing is, the first round we went with is an entirely new design. Taking cues from various military flight jackets of yore, such as the MA-1 and B-15, they've changed this one up quite a bit to its waxed counterparts. This piece started as a way to use leftover cuts of mouton from the N-1 jackets and has morphed into something else entirely. This time they've added snap pockets and skipped the mouton entirely for a more bomber-style ribbed neck. They've saved this new design exclusively for the incredible Camo Tweed, limited to Fall 22.
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Dehen 1920 - Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed

We started seeing the flyer's club jacket in heavy rotation last year and had to get our hands on one. The funny thing is, the first round we went with is an entirely new design. Taking cues from various military flight jackets of yore, such as the MA-1 and B-15, they've changed this one up quite a bit to its waxed counterparts. This piece started as a way to use leftover cuts of mouton from the N-1 jackets and has morphed into something else entirely. This time they've added snap pockets and skipped the mouton entirely for a more bomber-style ribbed neck. They've saved this new design exclusively for the incredible Camo Tweed, limited to Fall 22.

  • 22 ounce melton wool - blend body & sleeve
  • Heavyweight safety orange satin lining
  • 100% worsted wool trim
  • Fold back cuffs
  • Armpit Vents
  • Front welt pockets with snap closures
  • Special ribbed style collar
  • Heavy duty 2-way brass zipper with zipper guard
  • Internal welt pocket with snap closure

     SIZE

    CHEST

    WAIST

    SLEEVE

    XS

    32 - 34"

    26 - 28"

    31 - 32"

    S

    35 - 37"

    29 - 31"

    32 - 33"

    M

    38 - 40"

    32 - 34"

    33 - 34"

    L

    41 - 43"

    35 - 37"

    34 - 35"

    XL

    44 - 46"

    38 - 40"

    35 - 36"

    XXL

    47 - 49"

    41 - 43"

    36 - 37"

    A variance of +/-.5" is within tolerance. 

    Fit Notes: Our first impression is that Dehen fit with a more American cut (i.e. larger). We've been proven wrong with the past few pieces though. We would say this brand has one of the truest fits on the market if that's possible. Shop owner Tommy is wearing a medium in this pictures. Tommy is 5'10," 170lbs with a 40" chest. 

    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed
    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed
    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed
    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed
    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed
    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed
    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed
    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed
    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed
    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed
    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed
    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed
    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed
    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed
    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed
    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed
    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed
    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed
    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed
    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed
    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed
    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed
    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed
    Flyer's Club Bomber - Camo Tweed

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