JACKET ALPHA INDUSTRIES N3B VF 59 103141 01
The first N-3B jackets were produced in the 1950s for air crews, which were assigned to transport soldiers at very low temperatures. The parks were originally made of a Dupont outer shell-a silk nylon shell and a lining padded with wool wool material. In 1970, he fell on polyester wool. Long jackets have become known as "snorkel parka" because the hood is equipped with an extended main lock, which when closed leaves only a small opening for the user's eyes. Modern models of the N-3B have slanted bags in the chest and flap bottom pockets on the coat and a panel that is attached with a loop to the zipper, which is supposed to protect from the wind. Most modern versions use synthetic fur around the hood. The N-3B was the first Alpha Industries jacket designed for the United States government. Waterproof, it has two large pockets on the front, one inner pocket, two pockets on the chest, a pocket on the sleeve, and the fur from the hood is detachable.