The MA-1 jacket, introduced in the 1950s, quickly became the preferred flight jacket of U.S. Air Force and Navy pilots and ground crew. In 1960, an orange lining was added so that downed pilots could use the bright color to signal for help.
Outer nylon shell with thick polyester fill for added warmth
International orange lining
Knit cuffs, collar, and waistband
Two side snap-cover pockets on the brown side, one snapped pocket on the orange side, and a zipped pocket on the sleeve
Heavy-duty brass zipper and topstitched seams
The Boeing logo is embroidered tone-on-tone on the left chest