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About Cockpit

As its name suggests, Cockpit USA produces classic all-American clothing and accessories inspired by aviation culture and history. Founded in 1975 by historian, collector, and American Airpower Museum founder Jeff Clyman, this New York-based label designs everything from plaid men’s shorts to kids’ satin jackets to luxe shearling flight jackets for female civilians. High-quality materials, comfortable fits, roomy pockets and other details add extra authenticity to Cockpit’s collection. Cockpit’s wares are so authentic, in fact, that the U.S. Air Force commissions the company to design its A-2 leather pilot jackets.

Past Sales Featuring Cockpit & more

Sale Ended November 28, 2011

Shirts & Sweaters Under $75

Whether you’re in the market for a bold, paisley print dress shirt, a crisp button-front for that next big meeting, or just a Henley to hang out in, we’ve got you covered in this sale. And we’ve got a whole selection of sweaters and sweatshirts to keep you warm, too. All for less than $75. Not bad, if we don’t say so ourselves.

Sale Ended January 21, 2012

Final Few: Up to 70% Off

Once in a great while, we wind up with some items that haven't found their way to a good home. It’s tragic, we know. But don't worry, there’s a silver lining. We’re offering them to you — at steeper-than-ever discounts — so we can make way for new gear. We’ve only got a few of each item in stock, so move fast.

Sale Ended November 22, 2011

Holiday Steals

The gifting season has officially arrived, and we’ve pulled together a huge selection of top-notch gear right here to help you get a jump on things. Now, whether these great picks — ranging from apparel to accessories to footwear — wind up as a present for someone on your list or a little something special for yourself, well. . . we’ll leave that up to you.

Sale Ended December 10, 2011

Cockpit

Classic uniforms serve as a stylistic launching pad for Cockpit USA’s aesthetic, and you’ll certainly find evidence of that here with an array of bombers and peacoats. But civilian life has also been a major influence — think easygoing plaids and Henleys — so you can embrace the military look while still feeling fully at ease.