M35 Fliegerbluse - 1st pattern

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First-pattern fliegerbluse for the perfect early-war impression.

Based on patterns of original garments, this 1st model fliegerbluse is intended for the re-enactor who wants to do it right. No corners were cut in the production of this garment. Very thick and fine wool ensures that it will serve the wearer well in cold and winter climates, like the original.  

Our M35 fliegerbluse is characterised by the original features: waist belt, cotton Lining. belt hook holes, collar hooks, zig-zag collar stitching.

This variant is the pre-war / early-war variant, featuring sewn-in shoulderboards, unlik e the slip-on on the M40 Fliegerbluse. Choose tailored variant if you want sewn-in shoulderboards in different piping.

* Comes with sewn-in golden yellow piped shoulderboards and cannot be replaced without tailoring.  

Historical Information about the M35 Luftwaffe Fliegerbluse (1st model)

The first model of the famous fliegerbluse was introduced with the new specifications of Luftwaffe uniforms, in 1935. This field uniform was part of the first set of garments design for the Luftwaffe after its formation.

Lacking any external pockets, the jacket had hidden front closes with buttons. The neck can be closed by hooks. The fliegerbluse was issued to all Luftwaffe personnel, including flight crew, Flak teams and signals.

Where was the M35 fliegerbluse used?

  • Polish Campaign 1939
  • France Campaign 1940
  • Low lands campaign 1940
  • Eastern Front
  • Crete Campaign 1941

Which division used the M35 Fliegerbluse?

  • Regiment General Göring 
  • Fallschirmjäger
  • Flight Crew
  • Flak Crew

 

 
 
M35 Fliegerbluse - 1st pattern

First-pattern fliegerbluse for the perfect early-war impression.

Based on patterns of original garments, this 1st model fliegerbluse is intended for the re-enactor who wants to do it right. No corners were cut in the production of this garment. Very thick and fine wool ensures that it will serve the wearer well in cold and winter climates, like the original.  

Our M35 fliegerbluse is characterised by the original features: waist belt, cotton Lining. belt hook holes, collar hooks, zig-zag collar stitching.

This variant is the pre-war / early-war variant, featuring sewn-in shoulderboards, unlik e the slip-on on the M40 Fliegerbluse. Choose tailored variant if you want sewn-in shoulderboards in different piping.

* Comes with sewn-in golden yellow piped shoulderboards and cannot be replaced without tailoring.  

Historical Information about the M35 Luftwaffe Fliegerbluse (1st model)

The first model of the famous fliegerbluse was introduced with the new specifications of Luftwaffe uniforms, in 1935. This field uniform was part of the first set of garments design for the Luftwaffe after its formation.

Lacking any external pockets, the jacket had hidden front closes with buttons. The neck can be closed by hooks. The fliegerbluse was issued to all Luftwaffe personnel, including flight crew, Flak teams and signals.

Where was the M35 fliegerbluse used?

  • Polish Campaign 1939
  • France Campaign 1940
  • Low lands campaign 1940
  • Eastern Front
  • Crete Campaign 1941

Which division used the M35 Fliegerbluse?

  • Regiment General Göring 
  • Fallschirmjäger
  • Flight Crew
  • Flak Crew

 

 
 
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