Spitfire - T-shirt
Spitfire - T-shirt £26.00
Supermarine Spitfire The Spitfire is a must for the flyingraphics collection. The shirt displays the heritage of the Spitfire starting with the Supermarine S.5 designed by R.J. Mitchell to compete for the Schneider Trophy in 1927. The main illustration shows the MK I type 300 and the MK XIV type 379 in side elevation. On the back of the shirt we have printed an illustration of the Rolls Royce Merlin. T-shirts are made from 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton. A comfortable shirt to wear at 185gsm with tubular short sleeves.
Lancaster - T-shirt
Lancaster - T-shirt £23.00
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. T-shirts are made from 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton. A comfortable shirt to wear at 185gsm with tubular short sleeves.
Spitfire MK IX - T-shirt
Spitfire MK IX - T-shirt £26.00
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 of Spitfire t-shirts. T-shirts are made from 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton. A comfortable shirt to wear at 185gsm with tubular short sleeves.
Hurricane - T-shirt
Hurricane - T-shirt £26.00
Hawker Hurricane Designed by Sir Sydney Camm, the Hurricane first flew in 1935. It was used during the Battle of France, Operation Dynamo and the Battle of Britain where it became known as the 'workhorse' of the RAF. As a steady and robust gun platform it was tasked to attack the invading German bombers with great effectiveness. The Hurricane continued to be produced in many variants right through to the end of the war. T-shirts are made from 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton. A comfortable shirt to wear at 185gsm with tubular short sleeves.
Mosquito - T-shirt
Mosquito - T-shirt £23.00
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. T-shirts are made from 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton. A comfortable shirt to wear at 185gsm with tubular short sleeves.
Messerschmitt 109 - T-shirt
Messerschmitt 109 - T-shirt £26.00
Messerschmitt Bf109 The Me109 was designed in the mid-1930s by Willy Messerschmitt and Robert Lusser. This fighter first saw service during the Spanish Civil war and went on to become the most prolifically produced aircraft ever, used in all theatres of WW2 notably during the Battle of Britain, North Africa and the Eastern Front. T-shirts are made from 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton. A comfortable shirt to wear at 185gsm with tubular short sleeves.
Spitfire MK Ia - T-shirt
Spitfire MK Ia - T-shirt £26.00
Supermarine Spitfire MK Ia This design features the livery of Pilot Officer Eric Lock from 41 Squadron. In August 1940 R6886 was stationed at RAF Hornchurch. The back of the shirt features 8 profiles from this collection of Spitfire t-shirts. T-shirts are made from 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton. A comfortable shirt to wear at 185gsm with tubular short sleeves.
Sea Fury - T-shirt
Sea Fury - T-shirt £23.00
Hawker Sea Fury The last piston engined fighter, and the fastest, to serve with the Royal Navy. The Sea Fury entered service in 1947 and was used during the Korean war and during the attempted invasion of Cuba in 1961. The Sea Fury was powered by the Bristol Centaurus aero engine enabling it to reach speeds of up to 460 mph. T-shirts are made from 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton. A comfortable shirt to wear at 185gsm with tubular short sleeves.
Harvard - T-shirt
Harvard - T-shirt £26.00
T-6 Harvard Mk IV This tshirt has been produced on behalf of T6 Harvard Aviation who operates G-BJST 'Wacky Wabbit' from Duxford. The company offers conversion courses for pilots wishing to fly Spitfire and Hurricanes, Warbird Flights for the public, attends airshows and has been used for film and TV work. You can find out more about T6 Harvard Aviation by going to our 'Friends' page. The paint scheme of this Harvard depicts AJ841 in RAF Desert Air Force (DAF) colours. AJ841s service history can be traced back to 154 Squadron based at RAF Fowlmere before deploying to the Middle East in 1942. T-shirts are made from 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton. A comfortable shirt to wear at 185gsm with tubular short sleeves.
P-51D Mustang - T-shirt
P-51D Mustang - T-shirt £23.00
North American P-51D Mustang The Mustang was a long range fighter used in many roles including bomber escort with the USAAF's Eighth Air Force over Germany. Powered by the Packard V-1650, a U.S. version of the Rolls Royce Merlin 66 and armed with six 50 cal machine guns, the Mustang competed well against any aircraft from the Luftwaffe. T-shirts are made from 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton. A comfortable shirt to wear at 185gsm with tubular short sleeves.
B-17 Flying Fortress - T-shirt
B-17 Flying Fortress - T-shirt £23.00
Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress This heavy bomber entered service with the United States Army Air Force in 1938 . The USAAF used the B-17 for daylight bombing over Germany and also in the Pacific against Japanese targets. There are still a small number of these legendary aircraft flying today. T-shirts are made from 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton. A comfortable shirt to wear at 185gsm with tubular short sleeves.
F4U Corsair - T-shirt
F4U Corsair - T-shirt £23.00
Vought F4U Corsair The Corsair was designed to operate off Carriers and entered service in 1944, quickly developing a fearsome reputation with the Japanese. The Corsair also served in the Korean war and the French colonial wars of the 1950s. T-shirts are made from 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton. A comfortable shirt to wear at 185gsm with tubular short sleeves.
Beaufighter - T-shirt
Beaufighter - T-shirt £23.00
Bristol Type 156 Beaufighter The Beaufighter was a heavy fighter and strike aircraft that came into service with the RAF in 1940 as a development of the Beaufort. It took on many roles including rocket-armed ground attack, torpedo bomber and night fighter. As well as the RAF the Beaufighter served with the Fleet Air Arm, RCAF, USAAF, RNZAF, SAAF, RAAF and the Free Polish Air Squadron. T-shirts are made from 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton. A comfortable shirt to wear at 185gsm with tubular short sleeves.
Spitfire Prototype K5054 - T-shirt
Spitfire Prototype K5054 - T-shirt £26.00
Supermarine Spitfire Prototype K5054 K5054 was the only Spitfire prototype made and was first flown by 'Mutt' Summers on 5th March 1936. He famously remarked "I don't want anything touched!" referring to how perfect the aircraft flew. This design shows K5054 in the blue paint scheme for the 1936 Royal Air Force Pageant at Hendon in 1936. The back of the shirt features 8 profiles from this collection of Spitfire t-shirts. T-shirts are made from 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton. A comfortable shirt to wear at 185gsm with tubular short sleeves.
Hawker Tempest - T-shirt
Hawker Tempest - T-shirt £23.00
Hawker Tempest The Tempest was to be called the Typhoon II, but entered service in 1944 as the Tempest. The Tempest was mainly used at low-level and for intercepting V-1 Flying Bombs as the aircraft was a superb gun platform. In the latter part of the war the Tempest was very effective at destroying ground targets as well as combat against the Me262, being the fastest single engine propellor aircraft at the time. The Hawker Sea Fury was an evolution of the Tempest. T-shirts are made from 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton. A comfortable shirt to wear at 185gsm with tubular short sleeves.
Whirlwind Fighter - T-shirt
Whirlwind Fighter - T-shirt £23.00
Westland Whirlwind The Whirlwind entered service with the Royal Air Force as a heavy fighter in 1940. It was the most heavily armed and fastest fighters at the time and was used for ground attack missions over France, being particularly good at destroying locomotives. Due to engine and manufacturing problems the aircraft was replaced by the Hawker Typhoon in 1943. T-shirts are made from 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton. A comfortable shirt to wear at 185gsm with tubular short sleeves.
Wellington - T-shirt
Wellington - T-shirt £23.00
Vickers - Armstrongs Wellington The Wellington first flew in 1936 and entered service with the RAF in 1938 as a medium bomber and anti-submarine aircraft. Its distinctive geodetic construction, designed by Barnes Wallis, gave the bomber a greater chance of surviving anti-aircraft flak. Early in the war, Bomber Command used the Wellington for night raids before the Lancaster and Stirlings took on the role and the Wellington went on to anti-submarine duties. Just over 11,000 of these aircraft were built. T-shirts are made from 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton. A comfortable shirt to wear at 185gsm with tubular short sleeves.
P-47 Thunderbolt - T-shirt
P-47 Thunderbolt - T-shirt £23.00
Republic P-47 Thunderbolt The Thunderbolt was used as a medium range escort fighter and ground attack aircraft. Nicknamed the 'Jug', the P-47 was powered by the Pratt & Whitney R-2800 Double Wasp making it a formidable fighter both in the war over Europe and in the Pacific. T-shirts are made from 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton. A comfortable shirt to wear at 185gsm with tubular short sleeves.