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  • Kelly Bensimon wears Cockpit USA

    Kelly Bensimon, former model and star on The Real Housewives of New York City, spent a sunny day in April walking around New York City in our Sun Washed Cotton Peacoat styled by Cory Martin. A great lightweight option for the Spring, Kelly wears our jacket in a way that reminds us of warm weather and the feeling of light hearted Summer nights.

    'The Real Housewives of New York City' Kelly Bensimon seen doing a photoshoot outside her apartment in Soho, New York, USA. photo by Splash News 'The Real Housewives of New York City' Kelly Bensimon seen doing a photoshoot outside her apartment in Soho, New York, USA. photo by Splash News

    Get the jacket Kelly wears on our site here: Sun Washed Cotton Peacoat.

  • Cockpit USA at American Field

    Join us in Brooklyn, November 22 & 23, 2014. Open to the public: 10am-6pm. Industry City, 274, 36th St. Brooklyn Join us in Brooklyn, November 22 & 23, 2014. Open to the public: 10am-6pm. Industry City, 274, 36th St. Brooklyn

    Cockpit USA is proud to be a part of American Field, The All-American Pop-Up Market taking place in Brooklyn this November.

    American Field features the best of US Made clothing, accessories, goods, and furniture. Besides finding expert goods, vendors, music, food, workshops, speakers and more will be around to make an exciting, patriotic event. At the event you have the chance to meet some of the incredible people who continue to make great products here in the USA, including the Cockpit USA Team. Honoring the skills and craft that these vendors take into making their product the best of the best.

    The event is a giant celebration of American Made goods and reinvigorating the American Dream. Hoping to inspire more people to buy and support the American Economy. Get the word out and come support some of the most skilled craftsman in the US.

    Want to come? Here are the Details:
    American Field is free and open to the public.
    Where: Industry City, 264 36th St. Brooklyn (Between 2nd Ave and 3rd Ave)
    When: November 22-23 from 10am-6pm

    Get More Info About the Event Here:
    Follow them: @AmericanFieldUS

    Do you have a special jacket or item you’d like to view, purchase, or try on at American Field? Please email us about what you’d like to see by November 20 at:

    To find out where we are during the event, follow us on twitter: @cockpitusainc

  • Edit Trade Show SS15

    Having some fun at the Edit Tradeshow in NYC today. What do you think of our Spring '15 Women's Field Jacket?


  • Made In USA: David Hart & Co

    With Thanksgiving and Christmas on the horizon, the time to spruce up for the festive season is almost here! While we at Cockpit USA offer a range of smart button downs, including the pin stripe Combat shirt, the true blue USAF shirt and of course the classic Gamesmen D.I. there’s no better way to dress up a shirt than with a well designed neck tie. As proud Made In USA manufacturers, we at Cockpit USA would only advise fellow American made brands with our favorite being David Hart & Co. Not only founded, but all personally designed by the man himself, David Hart neckties are neighbors of ours, crafted in New York City using the finest quality silks, wools, linens and cottons from all over the world. Cut on bias and hand slip-stitched, these neck accessories are created in much the same way as Cockpit USA aviation jackets – with unmatchable attention to detail and excellence! Be sure to prepare for the party months with yours available at


  • See America: SummerStage at Central Park

    They say everything comes at a price. They also say nothing is ever really free. However, we at Cockpit USA beg to disagree. Renowned for being a city that can cost a pretty penny, New York City’s annual SummerStage program makes its delightful comeback at the start of the warmer months, bringing with it an array of high class performances from music to drama, dance and culture. The best part? It’s free. Designed to put culture back within easy reach of everyone, the program brings the diverse communities of NYC together in celebration of contemporary, classic and brand new art forms. With stages set across all the five boroughs, there’s never a performance too far, however, we at Cockpit USA like to keep it traditional in every sense of the word, with the Central Park set up as our firm favorite. This year’s eclectic schedule sees dance by Camille A. Brown, music by Amadou & Mariam and Theophilus London along with a series of recitals by the Metropolitan Opera so there really is something for everyone! Be sure to check out the calendar of events here!

  • See America: MoMA

    This week's installation of See America will not have you travelling far and wide - at least not if you are located on Cockpit USA HQ's stomping ground of NYC and especially not in the aftermath July 4 celebrations! Located on W53rd St between Fifth and Sixth Avenue, MoMA is an educational and cultural institution dedicated to the world of modern art. With an astonishing permanent collection which includes the crowd pleasing The Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh, Claude Monet’s enchanting Water Lilies and a selection of Frida Kahlo's enigmatic works there's no shortage of reasons to idle an afternoon away in midtown. However, in addition to the plethora of iconic pieces the temporary exhibitions provide refreshing and thought provoking insights into the contemporary art world's take and interpretations of the changing texture of life as we know it, be it politically or socially. Currently on show is James Rosenquist's F-111, a dazzling 86-foot-long, bold wrap around painting featuring a F-111 aircraft so we're sure it will be up any Cockpit USA blog readers street! As an extra tip, on Fridays between the hours of 4-8pm, the museum welcomes the public at no entry cost. Be sure to check it out!

  • Eat American: Essex Street Market

    It is well known that Cockpit proudly make all our aviation jackets in the USA. Our passion for everything and all that is home grown extends all the way into what makes it onto our plates! While grocery stores are convenient, we are well aware that a great deal of the produce is imported, which in the case of freshness isn't always the most desirable. Because of this, we do our utmost to seek out local and independent merchants who grow or source on home soil. Essex Street Market is one such hub of native culinary connoisseur. Specializing in an array of gourmet cheeses, premium cuts of meat, fresh fish and general grocery items, there are no shortage of gourmet eats to gorge on here! Be sure to check it out soon!

  • Made In USA: Union Square Greenmarket

    In keeping with our very own mission of keeping it in the family, every week, we at Cockpit HQ feature a product made entirely in the USA. This week, with the sun blazing and July 4th fast approaching we wanted to tell you all about our favorite food market located in the heart of Manhattan. With over 100 farmers flocking to the market every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday to peddle their locally grown wares, this market is not short of variety. From meats to dairy products, fruit, vegetables, flowers and all sorts of home made jam, preserve and beverage concoctions; there is something for everyone! Buzzing with energy and a wonderful sense of community along with the melange of colors, flavors and scents, be sure to swap your next grocery store visit for Union Square Greenmarket and support the culinary cause!

  • Another Satisfied Customer: WEP USN USMC Jacket

    "I bought the WEP USN USMC jacket a few years ago. It's a great looking, stand-out garment of good quality which is very effective for keeping warm. Value for money? Worth every penny. I enjoy wearing this jacket every time I put it on. NYC is great for customer service but the Cockpit USA staff were my No.1 for outstanding friendly and expert service. You can't go wrong with this jacket... Go on, treat yourself. 5 star item and 5 star customer services!"

    - C. Campbell

  • Monet's Garden

    For the summer months, the New York Botanical Garden has created a garden in tribute to the historic French Impressionist artist, Claude Monet. Designed to change with the turn of the season, the garden on display emulates the same one in Giverny, just outside Paris which inspired his greatest arts including the iconic Water Lily Pond during the late 19th Century. The New York Botanical Garden version will also display two works never before seen in the U.S. along with evenings of live music, poetry, family arts and films. So, if you're searching for a retreat from the bustle of the city on a sweltering day, Monet's Garden is the perfect antidote! Cockpit USA will be there.

    The New York Botanical Garden
    200th St and Kazimiroff Blvd



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