Vintage 60s CWU-1/P Flight Suit USAF Air Force Coveralls Small Long Sage Green


COVERALL, FLYING, MEN’S Type CWU-1/P flight suit was introduced in the late 50s to accommodate newer equipment used in high speed fighter jets. This one in particular has a Quarter Master stock number DA-36-243-QM(CTM) 4426-C-60 dates this suit to 1960. This set of CWU-1/P Men’s Flying Coveralls are as real as they get. It was made by John Owenby Inc. with the classic black embroidered tag. More tag details: Stock number 8415-576-3408


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  • Made in United States by John Ownbey
  • Sage green color
  • Heavy duty rayon material with wool blend insulation
  • 8 Zip and snap pants pockets with 2 angled chest snap pockets
  • Full zip front front
  • 2 Button adjustable strap sleeve cuffs and zip pant cuffs
  • Rounded point collar with hood in stow away zipper compartment with drawstring
  • Adjustable 2 button waist straps
  • 1 Zip shoulder pocket

SIZE: Tag Size = Mens Small Long with 28 inseam

Measurements taken on a flat surface and unwrinkled:

  • Armpit to Armpit = 22.5 inches (57 cm) or Chest = 45” (114 cm)
  • Waist measured flat across = 17” (43 cm) or waist doubled = 34” (86 cm)
  • Shoulder to Shoulder = 17.5” (44 cm)
  • Shoulder seam to sleeve cuff = 24” (61 cm)
  • Center back bottom of collar to sleeve cuff = 32.5” (83 cm)
  • Inseam = 28” (71 cm)
  • Outseam = 42” (107 cm)
  • Front Rise = 13.5” (34 cm)
  • Pant Cuff measured flat across = 8” (20 cm) or Cuff doubled = 16” (41 cm)

Normal signs of wear. A few pin head size frays and 2 pin prick holes on lower right pants pocket. A few pin head to pea size discolorations on right elbow and left ankle areas as seen in photos. Otherwise, zippers run smooth and seams are tight. Please see description, condition definitions, photos and measurements for your desired condition and fit