Museum Quality Early WW2 British RAF "Sidcot" Flying Suit. Khaki Work Coveralls

Museum Quality Early WW2 British RAF "Sidcot" Flying Suit. Khaki Work Coveralls


This incredible British flying suit design was derived from earlier patterns used towards the end of the First World War and was to become an all-purpose flying garment used throughout the 1939-45 war.

This example is in absolutely stunning condition, with only very small signs of wear. The tag, and Air Ministry stamp are both perfectly preserved, the removable sheepskin collar is flexible and free of any shedding (it is also stamped on the back), all original buttons are present as well. 

The zippers are the real show stopper here. Incredible heavy duty Lightning zippers, as well as official Air Ministry Zippers. They are a sight to behold in and of themselves. The big main chest zipper works great, but we have not tried the arms/ legs/ side zippers, and they will likely require some oil, but they look fantastic.

You do not want to miss this iconic RAF design. They are usually in tatters, and stained beyond belief due to the circumstances in which they were used. 

Approx size Small to slim Medium
Shoulder to shoulder 17.5"
shoulder to cuff 24"
pit to pit 23"
shoulder to bottom of leg 56.5"
inseam 27" (While this seems short, the "rise" is fairly dropped down, which adds to the overall inseam.)
leg opening 6" zipped, approx 10" unzipped
across the waist is between 17" and 21" (adjustable via belt)

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