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  • BUZZ RICKSON'S
    101 WHITE
    75,00 
    • The T-shirt of “BUZZ RICKSON’S” brand that is popular in Japan mainly for military designs. It is the T-shirt printed with the popular military design “Flying Tiger” on the front. The T-shirt is USA-made which is slightly thick and has the good texture.
    • 100% Cotton
    • T-shirt: Made in USA
    Size Chart
    Size Shoulder Chest Back Length Sleeve
    M 43cm 48cm 66cm 19cm
    L 45cm 50cm 68cm 20cm
    XL 47cm 52cm 70cm 21cm
    3L 49cm 54cm 72cm 22cm
  • BUZZ RICKSON'S
    128 NAVY
    75,00 
    • The T-shirt of “BUZZ RICKSON’S” brand that is popular in Japan mainly for military designs. It is the T-shirt printed with the popular military design “Flying Tiger” on the front. The T-shirt is USA-made which is slightly thick and has the good texture.
    • 100% Cotton
    • T-shirt: Made in USA
    Size Chart
    Size Shoulder Chest Back Length Sleeve
    M 43cm 48cm 66cm 19cm
    L 45cm 50cm 68cm 20cm
    XL 47cm 52cm 70cm 21cm
    3L 49cm 54cm 72cm 22cm
  • BUZZ RICKSON'S
    128 NAVY
    155,00 

    Coast Guard by Buzz Rickson’s 

    • 100% Cotton
    • loop-wheel fabric production
    • oversized fit
    • Made in Japan
  • BUZZ RICKSON'S
    KHAKI 135
    550,00 

    High density and tightly woven grosgrain called “jungle cloth” protected deck crew exposed to cold wind on the sea by shielding their bodies from the cold. The first model of the deck jacket had a fastener closure in the front. As the salt of the seawater made the fastener prone to rusting, the closure was changed to a hook type in later models.

  • BUZZ RICKSON'S
    NAVY 128
    550,00 

    High density and tightly woven grosgrain called “jungle cloth” protected deck crew exposed to cold wind on the sea by shielding their bodies from the cold. The first model of the deck jacket had a fastener closure in the front. As the salt of the seawater made the fastener prone to rusting, the closure was changed to a hook type in later models.

    • Made in Japan
  • BUZZ RICKSON'S
    BLACK 119
    155,00 

    Full Zip Parka USAF by Buzz Rickson’s 

    • 100% Cotton
    • loop-wheel fabric production
    • oversized fit
    • Made in Japan
  • BUZZ RICKSON'S
    NAVY 128
    155,00 

    Full Zip Parka USAF by Buzz Rickson’s 

    • 100% Cotton
    • loop-wheel fabric production
    • oversized fit
    • Made in Japan
  • BUZZ RICKSON'S
    01 CV37
    2100,00 
    • The CV-37 aircraft carrier USS Princeton was built in 1943 during World War II as the carrier strike force of the Task Force 77 in the US Navy’s 7th Fleet. Later, in 1948, the carrier was placed in the Pacific Reserve Fleet, but when the Korean War broke out, it was recommissioned and, after intensive retraining, participated in many battles during the Korean War. This jacket was one that was custom-painted while the owner was traveling between Korea and Japan during the Korean War, at a time when Sukajan, or Japan jacket, culture began to flourish in Japan. American soldiers who had taken notice of Sukajan that was popular sought out oriental motifs for their flight jackets to commemorate their trip to Japan. The delicacy with which the tiger’s fur is painted one by one in such precise detail, is an outstanding skill which the Japanese are renowned for.
    • Material: Goat Skin
    • Lining: 100% Rayon
    • Rib: 100% Wool
    • Collar: 1/2 Inch Shearling Sheep Mouton
    • Tanning: Vegetable and Chrome
    • Finish: Pigment
    • Front Fastener: CONMATIC Bell Zipper (Mil Specs Brass Black Oxidized)
    • Snap Button: U.S. Government Department of Defense Specs.
    • Button: MIL Specs Urea
    • Label: A. Pritzker & Sons,Inc.
    • Made in Japan
  • BUZZ RICKSON'S
    TIGER CAMO
    395,00 

    Helmet Bag by Buzz Rickson’s 

    • Made in Japan
  • BUZZ RICKSON'S
    01 OLIVE DRAB
    445,00 

    The M-51 parka is an updated version of the M-48 pullover parka that had evolved since World War II. It was provided mainly to U.S. Army officers and personnel who fought in the cold during the Korean War. To protect the U.S. Forces from this unprecedented cold battlefield, a layer system was employed so that the parka could be worn over ordinary equipment. While the shell of the initial model (1951) was made of thick cotton satin, it was changed to oxford cotton nylon from the 1952 and later models to cut down on cost and make the parka lighter. The cuff has a rubber strap adjuster belt to better keep out the cold. Heat-insulating wool is also used for the pockets.

  • BUZZ RICKSON'S
    119 BLACK
    550,00 

    The M-65 continues to reign as the ultimate field jacket. The jacket traces its roots back to the M-41 field jacket of World War II, which was improved through trial and error over time, and was perfected during the Vietnam War. This exquisitely perfected M-65 continues to have a great impact on modern civilian clothing, but even at that time it was an epoch-making jacket that was immensely popular among soldiers. At that time in Vietnam, US military officers were able to order custom-made clothes for prices that were very low for them. The soldiers took their government-issued jackets to local tailors around the base and asked them to replicate the jackets using materials they could procure. In this way, jackets such as the tiger pattern, which was different from government-issued products, were born.

  • BUZZ RICKSON'S
    KHAKI 01
    770,00 

    The N1 is one of the most famous military jackets and many companies have tried to create their own version, but few of them where able to reach the same authenticity as Buzz Rickson’s . With an incredible attention to detail, the brand has accurately reproduced these legendary jackets.

    • Regular fit
    • 100% heavy cotton canvas
    • Alpaca wool/fur lining
    • Two side entry pockets
    • Draw string waist adjuster
    • Made in Japan
  • BUZZ RICKSON'S
    01 2ND ARMOR DIV
    550,00 

    The winter combat jacket, which is commonly known as “Tankers”, was originally developed as part of the winter combat uniform for armored division. On the European front it was used not only by armored units, but also by pilots due to the shortage of winter equipment. In 1943, when the M1943 field jacket, a versatile was adopted, and the tankers jacket came into limited use. The cotton twill outer shell has water and wind resistant finish. The 26oz wool was used for the inner lining, and the sides and sleeves are sewn with double-needle lap seams. In addition, the back sides are pleated to ease movement of arms. The jacket comes in two type, one with patch pockets, which is generally considered as the earlier model, and the other with welt pockets.

    • Made in Japan
  • BUZZ RICKSON'S
    HEATHER GRAY 113
    155,00 

    US Military Academy by Buzz Rickson’s 

    • 100% Cotton
    • loop-wheel fabric production
    • oversized fit
    • Made in Japan
  • BUZZ RICKSON'S
    101 WHITE
    65,00 

    USAAF Miami Beach by Buzz Rickson’s

    • 100% Cotton
    • Made in U.S.A
  • BUZZ RICKSON'S
    119 BLACK
    65,00 

    USAAF Miami Beach by Buzz Rickson’s

    • 100% Cotton
    • Made in U.S.A