A-2 NO.23379 "HAND ANILINE DYED UNEVEN COLOR PROCESS"
This type A-2 jacket is so-called "Second model", contracted by J.A Dubow in December 1941. From around this time, it was required to include a U.S. property sign that depicts "PROPERTY AIR FORCE U.S. ARMY" on the label. Thus, this model features the two-level labels, the property label was sewn with the main label. This feature is only seen in the Rough Wear 23380 and this jacket among all 41 contracts for A-2 jacket. It is also very interesting that one contractor had produced two different type of A-2 jackets, one with a collar band, and the other with a regular collar. On A-2 jackets worn by the soldiers during war, you will see many wrinkles and scratches caused by battles being engraved into them, and distinctive color-unevenness . The leather used for this A-2 was dyed after it was carefully tanned with an astringent, followed by a process to apply color-evenness to the surface by hand. The jacket would be closer to completion as more wrinkles and scratches are added on this unevenly colored leather.
Model wearing size : 40(L) （Height180cm Weight72kg)
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