The G-1, known as an iconic flight jacket of the U.S. Navy, established its current style with the M-422 that was first adopted in 1940, and would eventually lay the foundation for all subsequent models. The term "G-1" has started in 1947 from specification the 55-J-14, and the MIL-J-7823 series, its successor model, was adopted from 1952 throughout the late 1970s. Its appearence, which remains unchanged since it was adopted in 1940, indicates its high degree of perfection. This special MIL-J-7823 G-1 flight jacket was based on a model that was personally customized by a pilot who fought in the Vietnam War. The embroidery part of a hand-made souvenir jacket, commonly known as Viet-jan that was popular among soldiers at the time, was stripped off from a jacket and sewn on the lining. The hand-painted message on the chest that reads, Fighter by Day, Lover by Night, Drankard by Choice, Navy by Mistake, gives you a glimpse into the mind of a soldier who served at the time. This G-1, which features Vietnamese-style embroidery produced by Tailor Toyo sewn onto it, was produced as a special anniversary jacket to commemorate the 55th anniversary of Toyo Enterprise.
Model wearing size：40（Height180cm Weight72kg）
Material ： Goat Skin
Tanning： Vegetable and Chrome
Collar Boa：1/2inch Shearling Sheep Mouton
Fastener： Mil Specs Brass Black Oxidized
Snap Button： U.S. Government Department of Defense Specs.
※This product reproduces the fabrics and parts of more than half a century ago. Please handle with care.
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