Discussion in 'General Flight Jacket Discussion' started by Roughwear, Mar 22, 2008.
what is wrong with this discussion?
Probably because no one knows who you are but there maybe some who have an idea. Prove us wrong and run on over and introduce yourself.
First post and such a question?
I think the question was actually posted on the members bio. Which is assumedly why no one has answered.
i am looking for some new jackets this season do you guys have any suggestion?
Weather has finally packed up here, 8 degrees and drizzle so I've been able to stow away the A-2s and drag out the Barnstormer. I bloody love this coat and it sticks two fingers up at any rain.
the fabric has lost a lot of its original colour after the initial washing, but I guess years of constant wear have taken their toll, too.
Eastman Star Sportswear
Welcome to VLJ. And you are?
May I suggest going here and introducing yourself?
Dmitry, that Star never gets old! Wish I could give it two likes!
This ELC Star one of my favorites ... I have three days at home and comfy appropriate weather to wear all my jackets in turn.
Our climate is usually not very suitable for A2 in the last few years. Very cold ....or very hot. The off-season is disappearing from our life ... very short spring and very short autumn. And sometimes there became strong winds ... like in Kansas ... in the last few years we were several times has side wind restrictions during landing here ... but this is for another pilot's thread of VLJ forum.
The climate is changing.
No "painting, no nailings in nose, ears or elswhere"... No "funny wear, no etc... no funny goose-tail or other funny hairdress etc..." but good money anyway...
And you are?
If I enter somewhere, I say, Hi..I am Brice, nice to meet you...etc...
Please kindly do the same...
Thats a killer (worse than nitrogl..!.)..Hope the flight attendants are ugly ...
ha ha...Don't worry there are none (even ugly ones) I'm on cargo plane we have no flight attendants (no one will bring coffee and lunchbox, must do everything yourself) . Seriously, I remember my work on passengers lines like a nightmar .
Flip-flops? Careful about admitting that around here.....
I only where flip flops if they are hello kitty ones.
because of a life time of wearing sperry deck sneakers and flop flops, my feet are now about as wide as they are long. some might find this "problematic", but i dont. ya see, when your feet are wide, you become super stable in high wind situations, balance is great, and those wide feet keep my planted on my board.....although, i do leave interesting foot prints in the sand.
I'm going to sell the Martin line..if you're interested..
johanna224 might be.