"The General" B-3 Bomber Jacket Long
During WWII, General George S. Patton, his single action Army 1876 colt revolver and .357 ivory handle revolver at each hip, and his custom designed iconic B-3 jacket made him a notable force to be reckoned with. Our Cockpit USA craftsmen have taken great care to recreate his B-3 in using the best of shearling pelts chosen for their optimal thickness, warmth and texture. This long leather bomber jacket can be personalized with our authentic Patton patch set, item sold separately. Please note that the shearling is tanned to “antique” as you wear it, giving “highs and lows” in the color so it looks as if you had this jacket since WWII. This will not affect the durability of this product. Add this men's brown B3 bomber jacket to your cart today! Our long sizes are approximately 2 inches longer in the sleeves and body than our regular sizes. Sheepskin varies from production to production but you'll always receive the same quality and warmth from Cockpit USA Not sure which size to get? Send us your measurements here and we will suggest the best fit for you.
• Thick, supple sheepskin with goatskin leather arm reinforcements
• Double buckle throat latch
• Side entry hand warmer pockets
• Interior pocket
• Adjustable belted straps at the waist
• This is a regular fit jacket
• Available in brown
• Proudly made in the USA.
Since our items are made in the USA, please expect delivery within 2-3 weeks if your size is back ordered as we rush to produce. Should it take longer we will advise you personally. We appreciate your patience. Know that we produce the best quality flight apparel and want to make sure you are satisfied.
How do I clean my sheepskin jacket?
We really don’t recommend doing anything to sheepskin jackets unless you get it very wet in which case you may need to use some natural product to rehydrate it after it dries. Most products will just accelerate the color coming off which will happen naturally as you wear it so you want to be careful. If you dirty the inside make sudsy water with woolite and clean the wool lightly. Damp cloth to remove soap and let it dry. You can then use a brush to brush it out.