The N2B flight jacket was used by U.S. Air Force – air and ground crews in extreme cold weather. It was designed to be worn with the matching Extreme Cold Weather Pants. Prior to the 1970s the N2B was made with a genuine coyote fur trim to protect the face against snow and wind. However, by the mid-1960s the genuine fur was changed to the white synthetic fur, due to requests from animal rights groups. A notable feature is the slash pass-thru pockets designed so pilots could reach into their pant pockets without taking their hands out of the jacket pockets in extreme cold weather conditions.

1. 100% nylon, tear-resistant outer fabric

2. Scheduled two-piece snorkel hood (with synthetic fur trim)

3. 2 outside pockets with push-button (with opening simultaneously inside pockets)

4. Universal zipper pocket on the sleeve (arm office)

5. Knitted cuffs on the sleeves and waist

6. Strong metal zipper

7. buttoned storm lip

8. 100% nylon lining

9. Feeding with siliconized synthetic down