You can make your weekend escape with this fantastic "Flying Tigers" pilot's bag; inspired by the courageous pilots of WW2 who flew combat missions over the Pacific.
The "Flying Tigers" were the 1st American Volunteer Group to fly over China against the Japanese. The iconic shark faced nose art of the Flying Tigers, on the P-40 fighter, is one of the most memorable images of combat aircraft in WW2.
This bag is made from heavy-duty canvas with sturdy 100% cotton webbing handles and shoulder strap. Lined with cotton and featuring an interior pocket (perfect size for your phone or iPod). An oversized brass zipper completes the bag, making it easy to open and close. The bag measures 18" x 12" x 6". Strap size: 22" drop.
Genuine WW2 aircraft silhouettes printed on one side, and a reproduction "Hell's Angels" squadron patch on the other side. Featuring a large reproduction "Blood Chit" patch as well. "Blood Chit" patches were used by pilots - shot down in enemy territory - to identify them as friendly to civilians and requesting their assistance and protection. This "chit" features the Burmese flag, indicating that the bearer is a member of the Allied forces in the Pacific.