The A2 was one of the last development steps in the history of US Navy deck garments and stayed in service from the early 60s to the 1980s. It became just like its predecessor the N1 an iconic piece. [...]
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The 1944 N-1 Deck Jacket was issued to all U.S. Navy Personnel during WW2. It saw action from the beaches of the Normandy to the Pacific Islands. It became one of the most used and [...]
In the 1940s the US Navy was experimenting with many different styles of jackets that would meet the demands of the rough duties on deck. Jackets for sailors especially under arctic conditions needed to be warm, functional and durable. Until [...]
Our friend Arnaud from French Cancan blog has asked us to customize one of our Deck Hook Jackets for him. Over the next month he has a special wear & tear project, so stay tuned how the jacket will look! [...]
We often get asked how to correctly apply the added U.S.N. stencil to our N1 Deck Jackets - so we have put together an easy to follow step by step guide: For the stencilling you will require: broad masking tape [...]
The perfect matching fabric for denim – chambrey. Both fabrics share the same basics: a colored warp and a plain white weft. But their construction is different. Denim is a twill and chambray is a [...]