ALPHA N-3B PARKA YOUTH

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  • Regular price $1,288.00


產品詳情

對於那些想要與他們的軍隊(或愛好軍人)的爸爸相匹配的孩子來說,年輕的N-3B派克大衣是一個精確的複製品。這款極其溫暖的兒童呼吸管夾克採用100%飛行尼龍外殼,對比橙色襯里和100%聚酯填充物,以防止低溫冰凍。這款防水兒童皮大衣採用拉鍊前襟和鈕扣式風暴翻蓋設計,並配有襯有內飾和人造皮草的罩子,就像原來一樣。

優點

  • 防水

特色

  • 浮潛罩
  • 引擎蓋周圍可拆卸人造毛皮
  • 人造mouton襯裡引擎蓋
  • 帶扣罩調節器
  • 通道絎縫襯裡
  • 風暴翻板
  • 袖子上的MA-1實用口袋
  • 簽名紅色“飛行前刪除”標誌
  • 袖子褶皺
  • 兩個外部暖手口袋
  • 兩個下部蓋口袋
  • 通道絎縫襯裡
  • 奧斯曼針織袖口

產品規格

  • 尺碼:標準
  • 長度:大腿
建議的天氣
  • 極端寒冷的天氣

物料

  • 外層:100%飛行尼龍
  • 內裡:100%尼龍
  • 填充物:100%滌綸

建議的護理說明

  • 機洗冷,溫和循環
  • 不要漂白。翻滾幹低
  • 不要熨燙
  • 乾洗
  • 在洗滌或乾洗之前去除人造毛皮

產品歷史

第一批N-3B夾克是在20世紀50年代中期為美國空軍的空勤人員製造的,他們被指派在極端寒冷的氣候下運送部隊。露營地最初採用尼龍外殼,襯里和羊毛襯裡製成。襯裡在20世紀70年代改為聚酯棉絮。這款長款鼠尾草綠色夾克被稱為“Snorkel Parka”,因為毛皮邊飾的帽子可以直接拉上拉鍊,只留下一條小隧道讓穿著者看出來。

PRODUCT DETAILS

For kids who want to match their military (or military style-loving) dads, the youth N-3B parka is an exact replica. This extremely warm kids’ snorkel jacket has a 100% flight nylon shell, contrast orange lining, and 100% polyester-fill to protect against sub-freezing temperatures. The water-resistant kids’ parka features a zip front and button-close storm flap, as well as, a hood lined and trimmed with faux fur,just like the original.

BENEFITS

  • Water Resistant

FEATURES

  • Snorkel hood
  • Removable faux fur around hood
  • Faux mouton lined hood
  • Buckled hood adjuster
  • Channel quilted lining
  • Storm flap
  • MA-1 utility pocket on sleeve
  • Signature red "Remove Before Flight" flag
  • Sleeve shirring
  • Two exterior hand warmer pockets
  • Two lower flap pockets
  • Channel quilted lining
  • Ottoman knit cuffs

PRODUCT SPECS

  • FIT: Standard
  • LENGTH: Thigh

RECOMMENDED WEATHER

  • Extreme Cold Weather

FABRIC

  • SHELL: 100% Flight Nylon
  • LINING: 100% Nylon
  • FILL: 100% Polyester

RECOMMENDED CARE INSTRUCTIONS

  • Machine wash cold, gentle cycle
  • Do not bleach. Tumble dry low
  • Do not iron
  • Dry clean
  • Remove faux fur before wash or dry clean

PRODUCT HISTORY

The first N-3B jackets were produced in the mid 1950s for USAF air crews who were assigned to transport troops in extremely cold climates. The parkas were originally made with a nylon outer shell and lining and a wool interlining. The interlining was changed to polyester batting in the 1970s. The long, sage green jackets became known as the “Snorkel Parka” because the fur-trimmed hood could be zipped right up leaving only a small tunnel for the wearer to look out of.