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Rothco Thin Blue Line Flag MA-1 Flight Jacket - Black

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Support the Thin Blue Line with Rothco's Thin Blue Line MA-1 Flight Jacket. 

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Support your local Law Enforcement Officials with Rothco's Thin Blue Line MA-1 Flight Jacket. This Thin Blue Line bomber jacket features the classic reversible orange polyester lining, an extra full cut and a poly fiberfill for warmth. A 100% Nylon outer shell repels water and the zippered front closure and storm flap help protect against the elements. A zippered utility pocket with pencil pockets is on the left arm, making storing essential gear easy and accessible. The flight jacket has 4 slash pockets with snap closures adding additional storage options. Rothco's Thin Blue Line MA-1 features a distressed U.S. Flag with a Thin Blue Line printed across the back and on the left chest. 

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