Evolutionary History of Leather Bomber Jackets

Leather Bomber Jackets were historically discovered during the First World War when most airplanes did not have an enclosed cockpit and the pilots needed constant warm jackets at higher altitudes. Initially, this bomber jacket was a part of the uniform of the Army and the Aviation Clothing Board. B3 leather jackets are primarily made by getting influence from the British pilot of Royal Air force at the age of the Second world war.

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