N2B Flight Parka with Coyote Fur Hood

Corinth

  • $159.99
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The Corinth Arctic (Snorkel) Parka is perfect for staying warm and dry. The N2B Parka is rated for sub-freezing weather, with a water-resistant nylon outer shell, Dacron™ polyester fill, and a coyote-fur lined hood with an adjustable draw cord.

  • Water resistant shell
  • Rated for sub-freezing temperatures
  • Genuine coyote fur lined hood
  • Full length storm flap
  • Made in the USA

Modeled after Military Contract# DSA100-76-C-1572

This Arctic N2B Parka is modeled after the Genuine US Air Force issue N2B parka and features a full-length storm flap, and inset knit cuffs for full storm protection. The protection and warmth that this coat offers are unparalleled.

 

 

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M.l. armstrong (McComb, Ohio, United States)
Warm

Excellent

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William Wondra (Murphy, North Carolina, United States)
N2b flight parka

I was issued one of these while stationed at Minot AFB, ND. while serving in the USAF. When this jacket arrived l was extremely pleased. It is everything I expected. I'm going to order another one for my son.

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Randle Durham (Boise, Idaho, United States)
Quality and fit

Jacket was a bit less than I expected after being compared to original issue equipment........ALSO... The size was way OFF...being a medium sized man, I expected the jacket to be close to fit.....ISSUE....erroneous error on my part....the jacket will fit a 110 pound slight built woman......certainly not a medium sized man !!!

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Mark Rose (Plainfield, Illinois, United States)
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Love the look, style, and wearability but the Parka is not useable because I can’t use one pocket because the outer button is sewn through the pocket

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David Grooms (Dallas, Texas, United States)
Very nice jacket

The jacket looks very similar to the jacket I was issued while in the Air Force. The jacket is a size medium and fits my grandson really well. The size charts provided were right on,

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