Air Comfort :: 1950\'s Commercial Bomber Jacket

JACKET - Air Comfort 1950's Commercial Bomber Jacket

WarHorse®. Seal Brown veg-tanned Italian horsehide
Rayon-satin quilt
Soft sheepskin mouton
Authentic Talon M-42

In the post war years of the late 40s/early 50s, American clothing manufacturers were not slow to take advantage of capitalising on the glamorous aviator image.

Hybrid versions of military style flight jackets started coming onto the market, which high street lingo soon dubbed as 'Bomber Jackets'; a general term used to describe a garment of this genre.

Famous manufacturers such as Sears and Montgomery Ward played a big part in this market; even some of the wartime contractors went on to make their own commercial versions of the Bomber Jacket.

Our offering is a design classic called The Air Comfort - a traditional brand name from that era.

We have used our amazing WarHorse® horsehide leather for this garment, which exudes a beautiful vintage character that only a high quality veg-tanned leather can. The rich colour and rugged texture capture the essence of this era

The extra deep mouton fur collar, with reinforced trapunto stitching to the rear, ensures you keep a warm neck if the wind gets up. A mouton covered throat latch enables the sumptuous collar to be securely fastened when turned up, holding the fur close to the wearers neck and sealing out any cold drafts which threaten to chill.

Highest quality, brushed-cotton moleskin lines the hand-warmer pockets, and top quality rayon-satin quilt lines the body.

The two, deep, inside pockets allow ample and secure stowage for all your personal effects.

100% worsted wool is used for the cuffing and waistband trim.

Available in sizes: 36 - 48

This garment is available with the option of having a ‘TimeWorn’ finish. For more information about TimeWorn please see the link just below here.

Please note:
Choosing the TimeWorn option renders the garment non-returnable. Please see our Terms and Conditions regarding returns if you require further information.


NOTE: Jackets that are personalised with insignia, or that are Time Worn® (where Time Worn® is optional), are non-returnable

Customer Size Guide

Jackets and Tops

Measure your chest over a T-shirt; it is helpful to get someone to do this for you. Do not inflate your lungs, just relax and stand with your arms out. The tape measure should be run around your chest right up under your arms and held snug, but not tight - this is your chest measurement.

Measure your chest The Size you
should order
in cm
34-36 86-91 36 XS
36-38 91-96 38 S
38-40 96-101 40 M
40-42 101-106 42 M
42-44 106-111 44 L
44-46 111-116 46 L
46-48 116-121 48 XL


Measure the circumference of your hand around your 4 knuckles (obviously do not include your thumb). Correlate this measurement with size chart below to assess your glove size.

Measure of your knuckles The Size you
should order
in cm
7 - 8 18 - 20 XS
8 - 9 20 - 23 S
9 - 10 23 - 25 M
10 - 11 25 - 28 L
11 - 12 28 - 30 XL


Measure the circumference of your head.

Measure of your head The Size you
should order
in cm
21½ - 22 54 - 55.5 XS
22 - 22½ 55.5 - 57 S
22½ - 23 57 - 58.5 M
23 - 23½ 58.5 - 60 L
23½ - 24 60 - 61.5 XL
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