There is some truth to this statement. i find the douchebaggery comes from guys who wear aviators a size too big (which is most) and don't take them off when appropriate. If worn by design, they are a timeless staple.
And to add, that jacket is is so short that anybody with a body any less flattering than the noticeably annoyed model will be in deep trouble.
I respect the fiancée wish thing having been recently married (although I called the shots on what I was wearing), but if i were you I would very much take up the offer posted by fellow sfers to post your objective and budget and let them do their thing.
Originally Posted by alliswell
A1 Flight jacket - the original US Airforce jacket - had this detail:
Understanding the origin changes my perception a bit, but it has to be done right. The flight jackets are pretty cool.
Originally Posted by teddieriley
I know. That's why they should have got the jacket in his size. Not XXXL.
The fit of that jacket was obviously intentional. He is on his own scavenging, hunting, and surviving. A properly fitting jacket would have been the wrong prop.
On another note, can anyone explain the preference for the stretchy fabric on the base of some of these jackets? It looks cheap, dated, and hardly rugged. Sort of...
Originally Posted by TheD0n
(ab exercises don't interest me).
Then you will never build muscle. A strong core is a catalyst to muscle gain and looking good (why else would you want muscle?).
Do 50 consecutive days of the following:
Pushups: 100 (elevated, wide, and close). Planks: 3-5 minutes, Pullups: 30 perfect, and 60-120 reps of various weightless squats, and 'ab' exercises and you will see killer results.