Handley Page - Sweat Shirt £38.00
Handley Page Limited Handley Page was Britain's very first aircraft manufacturing company, formed in 1909 by Frederick Handley Page. In 1912 the factory moved from Barking to Cricklewood Aerodrome. During the First World War Handley Page produced heavy bombers for the Royal Navy to bomb the Zeppelin yards. Between the wars Handley Page turned to transport aircraft, becoming Imperial Airways. At the onset of the next war, bomber production restarted with the Hampden and the Halifax. Handley Page continued into the cold-war era with the Victor. Handley Page eventually merged with Hawker Siddeley and the British Aircraft Corporation. Sweat Shirts are made from 80% ringspun cotton and 20% polyester. Comfortable to wear at 280gsm with ribbed collar, cuffs and hem. Check the sizing page as this item can be slightly different than other brands.