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Spring jackets are lightweight belt length jacket made of cotton, polyester, wool or suede - usually with the traditional Fraser tartan or check-patterned carpeting. The first Harrington-style jackets were made by British companies Grendel in Burnley, Lancashire and Barracuda from Stockpot, Greater Manchester in 1930. As of 2012, Barracuda always makes the same model G9. Elvis Presley popularized the Barracuda G9 when he wore in his 1958 film King Creole. This style of jacket earned the nickname Harrington because he was wearing a sign Rodney Harrington in the 1960s prime time soap opera Peyton Place. Similarly, 1950 United States Ivy League look, jacket became fashionable in the United Kingdom in the 1960s among mods and skinheads. They again became popular in the late 1970s and early 1980s with skinhead and mod innovators, as well as scooter boys. Within these subcultures are HARRINGTONS often worn by Fred Perry or Ben Sherman shirts. In France, HARRINGTON is a registered trademark since 1985. In addition to Barracuda, companies that have Harrington jackets include: Yves Saint Laurent, Ralph Lauren, J. Crew, Lambretta Clothing, Pretty Green, Brooks Brothers, Merc London, Fred Perry, Tesco, Izod, Ben Sherman, Lacoste, Lyle & Scott, Mondale, Warrior Clothing, howies, RELCO, and the Spirit of the 69thIn 2007, to celebrate the 70th anniversary of its brand Barracuda released three special editions G9 jackets with quotes Presley, Steve McQueen and Frank Sinatra - all of them frequent users of Harrington - printed on the lining. External links G9 spring jacket. Lightht blue jacket, spring bomber jacket or bombardier jacket refers to a garment has been created for pilots. These eventually became part of popular culture and fashion. Early history World War I In the First World War, most of the aircraft did not have an enclosed cabin, so pilots have to wear something that would keep them from warm enough. While serving in France and Belgium, the Royal Flying Corps pilots already begun wearing long leather coats in 1915, and the trend caught on. The US Army established the Aviation Clothing Board in September 1917 began distributing heavy leather f spring jackets; high-hugging collars, zip closures with wind flap, snug cuffs and waists, and some fringed and lined with fur. World War II Leslie Irvin first designed and built in the classic sheepskin flying jacket. In 1926 he founded the company to manufacture in the United Kingdom, and became a major supplier of flying jackets for the Royal Air Force in the majority of the Second World War. However, there was a demand in the first years of the war so great that the company Irvin engaged subcontractors, which explains the smaller variation of shapes and colors that can be seen in the early production Irvin flying jackets. As space technology improved, the altitude at which aircraft operate increased. Most heavy bombing raids in Europe during World War II took place from an altitude of at least 25th000 ft, where ambient temperatures reach as cold as negative 50 degrees Celsius (58 Fahrenheit negative). The cabins of these aircraft were non-isolated, so warm, thick jacket flight is an essential piece of equipment for each crew member. Air vests in the United States Two of the most historic and famous American f light blue jackets are jacket-2 and G-1. Although General “Hap” Arnold canceled the original A-2 after twelve years because he wanted “something better” - 2 is still the most recognizable and sought-after American f spring jacket. G-1 by the US Navy designed to parallel the Air Corps, lasted until 1978, when the US Congress was canceled due to its extremely popular appeal, which was convincing the Navy supply system. Their popularity has evolved the symbols of honor, adventure and style. Hollywood movies such as Top Gun sales increased by G-1 scary, what Bomber jackets collectibles and fashion products. In addition to the jacket-2 and G-1, shearing jackets, originally lined with fur, they are recognized for being the warmest jackets flight. Even when the fur is replaced with wool, it was a coat warm enough to Lt. John A. MacReady warm when he set a world record in April 1921 amounted to 40,000 meters in its open cockpit aircraft. Styles range from B-3 “bomber jacket” M-445, the US Navy's shearing jacket. Also, popular in the army were, and still are, synthetic jackets. These jackets first gained a reputation as General Hap Arnold rejected the A -2 jacket in 1942. Styles range from cotton twill B-series on a standardized layer of the US Navy, the CWU-series. Both synthetic and shearing jackets are worn and military enthusiasts gathered today, but neither the historical status -2 jacket or G-1. Today, f spring jackets usually associated with the MA-1, which is now-obsolete ZDAvojaka jacket, which are mostly located in sage green. It made with silkynylon years and usually has a blaze orange lining to the specification label on the pocket, although previous models had sage-green lining and specification markings on the neck area. It has two angled flap pockets on the front, two inside pockets and zipped pocket with pen holders on the left sleeve. The lighter weight version of the MA-1 is known as an f spring jacket for women L-2B, which in turn replaced both original L2 and L2a jackets that all three differed from the OU-1, as snap-down epaulets and now inside pockets. Military f spring jackets currently in use today CWU-45P (for colder weather) and CWU-36P (for warmer weather); both made from Nomex. Civilian use spring jackets s have been popular with skinheads and scooter boys from 1970 onward. In 1993, it was worn as a “national costume” of the United States for a meeting of APEC held in Seattle, Washington. In the early 2000s, it was a popular sportswear jacket in hip-hop fashion. The jacket also has caught on with many police departments across the United States for its robust design and powerful insulation.