Lightning - Hoodie
Lightning - Hoodie £44.00
English Electric Lightning THE supersonic fighter of the Cold War, this jet was capable of Mach 2 with an incredible rate of climb still classified to this day. The Lightning entered service in 1959 and retired from the RAF in 1988 having served as an interceptor, notably engaging Russian reconnaissance aircraft that were 'testing' the UK's air defences. Hoodies are made from 80% ringspun cotton/20% polyester at 280gsm. Drop shoulder style with double fabric hood with self-colour drawcord. Has a front pouch pocket, ribbed cuffs and hem. Check the sizing page as this item can be slightly different than other brands.
Tornado 617SQN - Hoodie
Tornado 617SQN - Hoodie £44.00
617 Squadron We celebrate this famous squadron with a Tornado GR4, squadron badge and motto. The badge appears on a roundel, a wall in fesse, fractured by three flashes of lightning in pile and issuant from the breach water proper. This was approved by King George VI in March 1944 after the successful attack on the dams in May 1943, known as operation 'Chastise'. After the Second World War the Squadron received Lincolns followed by Canberra's in 1952. In 1982 the Tornado GR1 entered service with 617, in a maritime role at Lossiemouth. The GR4 took over and saw active service in the first Gulf War during operation 'Telic.' Hoodies are made from 80% ringspun cotton/20% polyester at 280gsm. Drop shoulder style with double fabric hood with self-colour drawcord. Has a front pouch pocket, ribbed cuffs and hem. Check the sizing page as this item can be slightly different than other brands.
Mach Loop - Hoodie
Mach Loop - Hoodie £47.00
The Machynlleth Loop Aircrews who blast around the loop have another unrepeatable name for this low flying area, but it is commonly known as the 'Mach Loop' or Machynlleth Loop. LFA7 covers a series of valleys in North Wales and is favoured by 'Loopies' who like to capture dramatic images of aircraft training for low-level roles. This fun tshirt features a map of the area on the back of the shirt. Hoodies are made from 80% ringspun cotton/20% polyester at 280gsm. Drop shoulder style with double fabric hood with self-colour drawcord. Has a front pouch pocket, ribbed cuffs and hem. Check the sizing page as this item can be slightly different than other brands.
Bear Hunter - Hoodie
Bear Hunter - Hoodie £44.00
Bear Hunter This hoodie has a striking design that captures the work of RAF Quick Reaction Alert Squadrons during the dark days of the Cold War. Using GCI (Ground Controlled Interception) Phantoms and Lightnings were scrambled to intercept Russian aircraft 'wandering' into UK airspace. The Tupolev Tu-95's or Bear's were often confronted by armed RAF fighters firing passive homing missiles. GCI has since been replaced with Airborne Early Warning and Control systems. These AEW aircraft patrol our UK skies as well as in overseas conflicts. The RAF Typhoon F2 now operates out of Lossiemouth and Coningsby still in the QRA - 'Bear Hunting' role. Hoodies are made from 80% ringspun cotton/20% polyester at 280gsm. Drop shoulder style with double fabric hood with self-colour drawcord. Has a front pouch pocket, ribbed cuffs and hem. Check the sizing page as this item can be slightly different than other brands.
Lancaster - Hoodie
Lancaster - Hoodie £44.00
Avro Lancaster This is the RAFs most famous heavy bomber from WW2. Designed by Roy Chadwick, the Lancaster entered operational service in 1942. It was powered by 4 Rolls Royce Merlin engines and was capable of carrying a variety of payloads. It played a part in many famous operations that turned the tide of the war. Hoodies are made from 80% ringspun cotton/20% polyester at 280gsm. Drop shoulder style with double fabric hood with self-colour drawcord. Has a front pouch pocket, ribbed cuffs and hem. Check the sizing page as this item can be slightly different than other brands.
A-10 Thunderbolt II - Hoodie
A-10 Thunderbolt II - Hoodie £44.00
Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II This close air support, twin engined jet entered service in 1976. This aircraft is most famous armament is the 30mm GAU8 Avenger rotary cannon which is used to great effect on ground targets. Its best known nickname is the 'Warthog' due to its great looks. Hoodies are made from 80% ringspun cotton/20% polyester at 280gsm. Drop shoulder style with double fabric hood with self-colour drawcord. Has a front pouch pocket, ribbed cuffs and hem. Check the sizing page as this item can be slightly different than other brands.
No.74 Fighter Squadron - Hoodie
No.74 Fighter Squadron - Hoodie £44.00
No.74 Fighter Squadron No.74 Training Squadron started operational life in 1917, but was reformed as a Royal Flying Corps Fighter Squadron in 1918 and moved onto the Western Front. In combat, the Squadron developed a fierce reputation with a tiger-like aggression. A spirit that has stayed with this Squadron until it was disbanded in 2000. Famous pilots from the First War include Mick Mannock, Taffy Jones and Sydney Carlin. This design has been given a deliberate aged and 'weathered' appearance. Hoodies are made from 80% ringspun cotton/20% polyester at 280gsm. Drop shoulder style with double fabric hood with self-colour drawcord. Has a front pouch pocket, ribbed cuffs and hem. Check the sizing page as this item can be slightly different than other brands.
Typhoon - Hoodie
Typhoon - Hoodie £47.00
Eurofighter Typhoon On 9 August 2007 No11 Squadron Royal Air Force took delivery of the multi-role Typhoon. This multi-national fighter was designed as an air superiority fighter and is used by a number of European Air Forces. Export customers include Oman, Kuwait and Qatar. One of the Typhoon's main roles is air defence of the UKs airspace. Hoodies are made from 80% ringspun cotton/20% polyester at 280gsm. Drop shoulder style with double fabric hood with self-colour drawcord. Has a front pouch pocket, ribbed cuffs and hem. Check the sizing page as this item can be slightly different than other brands.
F35B Lightning II - Hoodie
F35B Lightning II - Hoodie £44.00
Lockheed Martin F35B Lightning II The Lightning II is the very latest, fifth generation, stealth multirole combat aircraft designed for air defence and ground attack. The B variant is the short take-off and vertical landing type that is operated by the Royal Air Force. Hoodies are made from 80% ringspun cotton/20% polyester at 280gsm. Drop shoulder style with double fabric hood with self-colour drawcord. Has a front pouch pocket, ribbed cuffs and hem. Check the sizing page as this item can be slightly different than other brands.
Phantom - Hoodie
Phantom - Hoodie £47.00
McDonnell Douglas F4K Phantom The RAF and FAA purchased the F4J and redesigned it with the Rolls-Royce Spey turbofan, installed the Ferranti AN/AWG-11 radar and redesignated it the F4K. HMS Ark Royal operated the Phantom after a major refit to accommodate the Phantom's higher weight and landing speed. The final catapult launch from Ark Royal was a Phantom of 892 NAS at the end of 1978. Hoodies are made from 80% ringspun cotton/20% polyester at 280gsm. Drop shoulder style with double fabric hood with self-colour drawcord. Has a front pouch pocket, ribbed cuffs and hem. Check the sizing page as this item can be slightly different than other brands.
F-4 FGR2 RAF Phantom - Hoodie
F-4 FGR2 RAF Phantom - Hoodie £47.00
McDonnell Douglas F-4 FGR2 RAF Phantom After the cancellation of the TSR2 project, the Royal Air Force had to find a replacement for the Canberra and Hunter types. Initially the F-111 was considered but the option of ordering the Phantom was taken with alteration to engines, airframes and avionics. The first RAF Phantom entered service in 1969 with the formation of 6 Squadron at Coningsby. The FGR2 took on the roles of Close air support, tactical strike, reconnaissance and air defence. The Phantom was withdrawn from service in 1992. Hoodies are made from 80% ringspun cotton/20% polyester at 280gsm. Drop shoulder style with double fabric hood with self-colour drawcord. Has a front pouch pocket, ribbed cuffs and hem. Check the sizing page as this item can be slightly different than other brands.
La Fayette Escadrille - Hoodie
La Fayette Escadrille - Hoodie £44.00
La Fayette Escadrille The La Fayette Escadrille N124 was formed in 1916 during the First World War. Part of the Aéronautique Militaire, the Squadron was made up mostly of American volunteer pilots, the name coming from the Marquis de Lafayette. The Escadrille adopted the bust of Chief Sitting Bull as its emblem. Famous pilots from the First War include Kiffin Rockwell, Victor Chapman and Norman Prince. This design has been given a deliberate aged and 'weathered' appearance. Hoodies are made from 80% ringspun cotton/20% polyester at 280gsm. Drop shoulder style with double fabric hood with self-colour drawcord. Has a front pouch pocket, ribbed cuffs and hem. Check the sizing page as this item can be slightly different than other brands.
V Force - Hoodie
V Force - Hoodie £47.00
V Force V-Force is made up of the Vickers Valiant, Handley Page Victor and Avro Vulcan. These aircraft were chosen for the role of the UK's nuclear deterrent for their quick reaction capability and manouverability. The Vulcan was best known for its ability to get into the air rapidly and gain altitude at high speed. During the Cold War the RAF worked with NATO as part of a 'one-two' attack strategy. The V Bombers would destroy Warsaw Pact targets such as airbases and command centres ahead of the US SAC nuclear strikes. Most aircrews considered this ultimate sortie as a 'one-way' trip! Hoodies are made from 80% ringspun cotton/20% polyester at 280gsm. Drop shoulder style with double fabric hood with self-colour drawcord. Has a front pouch pocket, ribbed cuffs and hem. Check the sizing page as this item can be slightly different than other brands.
Rockwell B-1 Lancer - Hoodie
Rockwell B-1 Lancer - Hoodie £44.00
Rockwell B-1 Lancer 'Bone' This supersonic, variable-sweep heavy bomber entered service in 1986 with the Strategic Air Command. With a top speed of Mach 1.25 and an immense payload, the B-One is a very potent weapon that is still in service today. Hoodies are made from 80% ringspun cotton/20% polyester at 280gsm. Drop shoulder style with double fabric hood with self-colour drawcord. Has a front pouch pocket, ribbed cuffs and hem. Check the sizing page as this item can be slightly different than other brands.
Spitfire MK IX - Hoodie
Spitfire MK IX - Hoodie £47.00
Supermarine Spitfire MK IX MK392 was flown by Wing Commander Johnnie Johnson of No.144 Wing. The back of the shirt features 8 profiles from this collection. Hoodies are made from 80% ringspun cotton/20% polyester at 280gsm. Drop shoulder style with double fabric hood with self-colour drawcord. Has a front pouch pocket, ribbed cuffs and hem. Check the sizing page as this item can be slightly different than other brands.
Invasion Stripes - Hoodie
Invasion Stripes - Hoodie £44.00
Invasion Stripes In May 1944 the new marking scheme was approved by Air Chief Marshall Sir Trafford Leigh-Mallory. Thousands of aircraft were to be involved in the invasion so the distinctive stripes reduced the risk of being attacked by friendly forces. The stripes were painted only on fighters, PR aircraft, troop carriers and light bombers. As Operation Overlord progressed the stripes appeared only on the undersurfaces to avoid air attack whilst on the ground. Stripes were used again in later conflicts such as Korea and the operation in the Suez. This design features a weather worn insignia and Overlord stencil. Hoodies are made from 80% ringspun cotton/20% polyester at 280gsm. Drop shoulder style with double fabric hood with self-colour drawcord. Has a front pouch pocket, ribbed cuffs and hem. Check the sizing page as this item can be slightly different than other brands.
Mosquito - Hoodie
Mosquito - Hoodie £44.00
de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito A true multi-role combat aircraft, the Mosquito is an important RAF aircraft of World War 2 and was also operated by countries around the world including the Canadian, Australian and New Zealand airforces. Roles included photo-reconnaissance, bomber, fighter, night-fighter, torpedo bomber and target tug. The Canberra took its place in the early 1950's after 10 years of extraordinary service. Hoodies are made from 80% ringspun cotton/20% polyester at 280gsm. Drop shoulder style with double fabric hood with self-colour drawcord. Has a front pouch pocket, ribbed cuffs and hem. Check the sizing page as this item can be slightly different than other brands.
Tornado GR4 - Hoodie
Tornado GR4 - Hoodie £47.00
Panavia Tornado GR4 The RAF Tornado GR1 experienced a Mid-Life Update and was upgraded and entered service in 1996. The upgrade included CUSP avionics that integrated the Paveway IV weapon with the communications module from Cassidian and TIE (Tactical Information Exchange) from General Dynamics. The GR4 was capable of Mach 2.2 with a range of 870 miles in combat. Hoodies are made from 80% ringspun cotton/20% polyester at 280gsm. Drop shoulder style with double fabric hood with self-colour drawcord. Has a front pouch pocket, ribbed cuffs and hem. Check the sizing page as this item can be slightly different than other brands.