ALPHA INDUSTRIES CAMO POCKET 178300 17
Alpha Industries began as a manufacturer of military clothing in 1959 at a then-leased factory in Knoxville, Tennessee (USA). Alpha quickly gained popularity in the United States Department of defense due to its above-average quality of materials and products. This reputation spread to the civilian population and the brand became one of the leading street styles: a special design that penetrated from the outside into the ordinary world of commercial brands. The brand's fame has been built on several key models starting with the MA 1 bomber, a classic U.S. Air Force (U.S Air Force) jacket that has been on the market for over 50 years. It has been manufactured for use on cold days, with highly visible orange inserts for use in emergencies. Another model "icon" is the model m 65, which became the basic jacket of the infantry in 1965. He rose to fame during the Vietnam War. She was even used in the film "Taxi Driver", where she accompanied actor Robert De Niro while playing the title role. More than 55 years since its inception, Alpha Industries continues to focus on delivering quality and unique design to people who need it and appreciate it.
- regular cut
- elasticated cuffs and sleeves
- round, ribbed neckline
- pocket with red tape on the sleeve
- moro pocket on chest
- logo patch on the bottom