Artisans of Freedom, Made in USA

Three Season Field Jacket by Cockpit USA

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Item# 1015631-XXL-STD
$625.00 $299.97

Variations

  • Select Color 1015631 Olive

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Style

  • Lightweight jacket for all-season wear and layering
  • Inspired by military design, for durabilty and comfort
  • Camo print on inside fabric
  • Double chest pocket with buttons

Performance

  • Water-resistant coating
  • Durable ripstop fabric resistant to tearing
  • Collared with a zip-in hood
  • Two inside pockets with leather welts
  • Waist draw string
  • Craft

  • Artisans of Freedom
  • Made in the USA, by Cockpit USA, New York City
  • Crafted with premium ripstop fabric
  • Care

    Care Instructions

      Dry clean only
    Fit

    Cockpit USA Fit Guide

    Please refer to the chart below to convert your usual size. Fits may vary by style or personal preference.

    Reviews
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    Three Season Field Jacket by Cockpit USA is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 4.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not worth anywhere close to the listed retail price. This Cockpit USA jacket is a great jacket, though it’s extremely thin and lightweight. If it weren’t made of rip-stop material I’d say it was flimsy. It retails here for $625, though everything similar to it on the Cockpit USA website goes for about half that. I got it here on sale with an extra discount for a total of about a third the retail price and it still feels like that was a bit too much. But it was delivered very quickly and I wanted a really lightweight, water repellent (it is not waterproof) jacket to stuff in my saddlebags and take on motorcycle rides, and it’s perfect for that. But you can get a very nice leather jacket for the list price of this thin nylon jacket. Luckily I already have plenty of those.
    Date published: 2020-12-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from actually waterproof These guys never have bad products. I was taken aback by how lightweight it was. But I'm glad I kept it. I got completely hosed in the rain when a car hit a puddle right in front of me. It kept me completely dry. I couldn't have done any better with a fisherman's jacket.
    Date published: 2020-05-07
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not worth it On the website the Jacket looks and sounds great. In reality it is very thin and flimsy. As soon as I got it , I just put it back in the box and send back to AE. This is the first time I get a product from Allen Edmonds that I dont like and have to return. In general all the products from AE are excellent.
    Date published: 2019-10-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cockpit USA Jackets are Beautiful I was looking for a versatile jacket that could travel well and do it’s job in a range of weather. The draw string helps bring the jacket to a more form fitting silhouette when you want a sporty look or wearing it loose for a more urban military look. This piece is lightweight and very handsome. I’m so happy that I pulled the trigger on it.
    Date published: 2019-10-02
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    Regarding 'liner' of Field Jacket; is it "removeable" either zip or button?

    I'm interested in Field Jacket and desire knowing whether the "liner" is detachable; either by unzipping or unbuttoning?
    Asked by: Cliffd
    There is no liner — nothing even close to a liner. It seems to be made of just one thin layer of ripstop fabric that is solid olive green on the outside and green camouflage print in the inside. This is not what most would consider a “field jacket”, like the M65. This is an extremely thin and lightweight outer covering. It is more like a fitted pocket poncho with sleeves than it is a field jacket. I mean, this is VERY lightweight, get it? Hopefully it does a good job blocking the wind because it has absolutely no insulation at all. The price is about four times too high for what you get, though it is very good looking.
    Answered by: Cycle Bum
    Date published: 2021-01-02
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