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1933 pattern flying gloves were used by RAF pilots during the Battle of Britain. The gloves are in good condition, the leather is soft. On one of the gloves, the zipper seam is torn and needs to be sewn together (see photo). An interesting fact is that the gloves were produced in various factories in order to prevent theft during the war. For example, the left glove was manufactured in one factory and the right glove was manufactured in another, remote factory. In the units, the pilots tried to fit a similar pair of gloves. Therefore, often when buying gloves, each of them looks slightly different. 


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RAF - WWII flying gloves

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