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Shawl Collar Barnstormer

Estimated production time is currently 12-14 weeks from order confirmation
Base Price:£1,050.00
Standard size range is 34" to 48" inclusive, other sizes are available by special order

• 1920s style

• Relaxed fit

• Sheepskin lined

• Genuine mouton collar

• Double breasted

• Detachable belt

• Hand sewn buttons

• Four deep moleskin lined pockets

• Storm cuffs as standard

• Pictured left in Brown Chromexcel Front Quarter Horsehide

The Shawl Collar Barnstormer Leather Jacket is as close as it gets to an original 1920's Horsehide Mackinaw. Over the last 25 years, this jacket has become so synonymous with Aero that our name for the style, "Barnstormer" has become the default description of the style!

The story behind these classic jackets goes back to the early days of flight. A double-breasted 4-pocket Horsehide coat soon became the ultimate in protection for the intrepid pioneers of flight. The flying leather necks, the cargo and mail pilots of the early days of Air Freight, faced long hauls in bitter weather conditions with only their flying coats to keep the elements at bay. Their first choice was a Double Breasted Horsehide leather coat, chosen for its warmth, strength and durability, all the hallmarks of this Aero garment.

The Aero Shawl Collar Barnstormer has four deep pockets, finest Shearling Wool roll over shawl collar and matching body lining with black Corduroy in the lower body area, Cotton Drill sleeve lining with pure wool knitted storm cuffs, fitted for warmth and ease of wear. Further adjustment against the elements can be made by drawing in the belt, tightening the cuff strap and buttoning the collar up high with the hidden under collar button and loop fastening. We've even had a 1920's style label made especially for this range of jackets.

The Shawl Collar Barnstormer Leather Jacket is unquestionably one of the finest coats ever made by Aero Leather Clothing!

This jacket is a 1920s inspired design, but while many designs of this era were very slim fitting, this style was intended as an 'overcoat' and so has a more relaxed fit than designs typical of that era.

If you plan on layering with heavy sweaters underneath then we'd recommend selecting your usual size, but if you plan to wear light sweaters/shirts you can usually 'size down' one size for a more fitted look.

Additionally, this jacket has a detachable belt at the natural waist which can be tightened/loosened to achieve a more relaxed/fitted look around the waist.


For further general sizing information, please see our sizing FAQ section. If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for there, please get in touch.

Don’t worry, all sizing information displayed here is only a guide. Every order placed is checked over by a member of our production team who will confirm your size selection against your measurements or recommend any necessary changes that need to be made. If you have any specific queries, you can note these in the special instructions box on the ‘measurements’ page when placing your order.