Replica 1940S WWII USAAF Type C-2 Wool Zipper Cardigan SweaterAdd to Wish List
During World War II, the C-2 was an inner-wearing sweater for the mid-temperature zone or the cold zone. It can be worn inside aeronautical flight jackets such as A-2, B-3, B-6, as well as wool shirts. Since there are other...
Bronson Classic Two Tones No.56 Biker's Jersey SweaterAdd to Wish List
Classic Two Tones raglan driver jersey, Vintage figure-shaped sports sleeve,anti-flooding extended thread cuffs and hem thread, Lucky "56" on both the front and back, pure wool felt
Non Stock Old Time Eight Panel Newspaper Boy Bakerboy Peaky CapAdd to Wish List
Old-time Newspaper Boy hat, or Baker Boy cap，With the completion of the second industrial revolution, the sense of class weakened and the middle class increased. The upper class also began to wear the dome hat which was only worn by...
Bronson The Old Time Artist Hat Men's Retro Felt Hat Octagonal Hat Newsboy Cap HatAdd to Wish List
In the old days, wearing hats was a ritual and dust-proof tool, and the hat itself was a symbol of class. Gentlemen wore only towering hard hats at first. With the completion of the Second Industrial Revolution, the division of...
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Bronson 14OZ 1950S US Army Officer Chinos Uniforms Casual PantsAdd to Wish List
Compared with the 1942 version of khaki pants we produced before, the fabric density is higher and the leg opening is slightly smaller. Comfortable to use, high collocation.
Non Stock USN US Navy Thickened Wool ScarfAdd to Wish List
It is made of blended wool yarn, with fish scale buttons at both ends. It has thick hand feel, soft-touch, high warmth retention, and is suitable for men and women. Size: 38 / M Width: 24CM Length: 155CM ...
Non Stock Basic Worker Overall PantsAdd to Wish List
This kind of pants evolved from overall is the basic type of work pants. It is overall without the upper half. It is widely used in repair garages, gas stations, carpenters' shops, and other work areas, cheap and practical.
Bronson USN J-WFS WEP G-8 Winter Flying JacketAdd to Wish List
US Navy and USMC launched the first nylon jacket in the mid-1950s, called J-WFS (Jacket, Winter Flying Suit) SPEC MIL-S-18342 & MIL-S-18342A, which was renamed "WEP" in the 1960s. Commonly known as G-8.It is used to replace the bulky AL-1...
Bronson Stormy Kromer Hunting CapAdd to Wish List
This kind of hat is very popular in the Midwest of the United States. Hunters and outdoor people love it. It was named after George Stormy Kromer (1876-1970), a semi-professional baseball player who later worked as a railway engineer. When...
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Non Stock Moleskin French Workwear Work Chore Worker JacketAdd to Wish List
Moleskin is used in Europe as a workwear fabric. It is a heavyweight satin weave, some of which are cotton and blended. The cloth has a natural luster, and the hand feels smooth, close to the texture of the moleskin,...
Bronson 1900S Indigo Stripe Railroader Workwear JacketAdd to Wish List
The 1900S, if someone is engaged in time-related work, so a pocket watch is will be very helpful to him, so the railway staff needs to wear a watch pocket jacket for work, it is necessary to know when can...
Non Stock Reproduce 1950S Korean War US Army OG108 Field Wool ShirtAdd to Wish List
The OG108 wool shirt, which began to appear in the Korean War, was still produced in 80S. As the middle-temperature layer of field clothing (such as M51, M65), it is very good. Military version wool fiber is thick, and the...