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Measure from the stitches below the armpits on one side to another.
Measure from where the shoulder seam meets armhole to the cuff.
Measure from where the shoulder seam meets the collar to the hem.
Measure straight across the top of the waistband from edge to edge.
Measure from the bottom of the front rise to the top of the front rise.
Measure straight across the widest hip line from edge to edge.
Measured from the crotch seam to the top edge of the back waistband.
Measure across straight from the crotch seam to the outside of the leg.
Measure straight across the leg opening.
Measure the length from the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg.
Measure from the waistband to the leg opening or hem.
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This is a reproduction of the first version MA-1 flight jacket, introduced in the 1950s and becoming the flight jacket of the US Air Force. This model is quite rare in the market. This MA-1 flight jacket is completely reproduced in the 1955 MA-1 flight jacket(SPEC. MIL-J-8279). It is made from a custom-made fabric that authentically replicates the celadon color and characteristics of the highly durable nylon material from that era. Utterly faithful to the original version in detail, even the size identification on the label corresponds to a different STOCK NO.
Nylon 66 was invented by DuPont Co. Nylon 66 is more flame resistant and durable compared to other nylon fibers. Bronson has studied the original Mil-Spec formula to replicate its yarn, density and weave.
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