RAF Launch Clothing Range

#1
Guardian News story

Next week the RAF launches what it describes as "a welcome addition" to the fashion world, with its official clothing range aimed at "discerning British men and women".
The range, available from Tuesday, will include more than 40 pieces for men and 10 for women. The look is "high quality and casual," which translates as rugby shirts, T-shirts and a lot of khaki trousers.
Any suggestions for additions.
 
#4
Having worked with crabair a few times on tours I notice that they've sorted out their swimming shorts in advance (presumably for the hotel's they always seem to find themselves in...).
 
#9
spike7451 said:
Moodybitch said:
As if they needed anything else to make them look gayer.
OI! Cut that out!!
Yes quite. The correct way of writing it is "more gay" get yer english sorted before slagging off the crabs.

Then slag them off. :highfive:
 
#10
Nice find! Will the Army follow suit and bring out there own line of wazzing Guards officers Cords, avaliable in such fetching colours such as pink and yellow?
 
#11
Do they sell samsonite suitcases for op tours in there?
 
#12
Biggles4221 said:
Nice find! Will the Army follow suit and bring out there own line of wazzing Guards officers Cords, avaliable in such fetching colours such as pink and yellow?
Surely the Army will soon be revealing its popular range for 'laydees' - cellulite-revealing Ronhills and regimental t-shirts (size xxxxl only), with matching accessories consisting of scuffed stilletos, several small children (c/w bizarre names) and a grubby pushchair.
 
#13
OMG - The Underwood brothers featured in the London 'Metro' this morning. I'm turning into Victor Meldrew here...... rugby, pilots, gay looking, all captured in one photograph. "Suits you sirs!"

Rory at least should be used to 'civvies' he spent most of his military life in them.... ah.. eeer... alledgedly.......
 
#14
bob_lawlaw said:
OMG - The Underwood brothers featured in the London 'Metro' this morning. I'm turning into Victor Meldrew here...... rugby, pilots, gay looking, all captured in one photograph. "Suits you sirs!"

Rory at least should be used to 'civvies' he spent most of his military life in them.... ah.. eeer... alledgedly.......
Considering his 'cushy' flying career involved flying a Canberra for 100Sqn towing targets for missile practice,I'd agree there!
Bloke had a chip on his shoulder the size of the Isle of Man.
 
#16
doris' stuff starts at size 8...................

who the feck are they kidding!!!!
 
#17
Wrathmonk said:
Wegiments already have their own clothing lines (although maybe not as "official" as the RAF Collection).

Here, here , here and here for example.

Shouldn't the RAF Collection be all nylon and crimpolene?


Nylon..... *shudder*. Gawd all that static! But that figures why they brylcreme their hair otherwise they'd be cutting about like Gary Rhodes.
 
#18
WTF

"The RAF takes on a different type of runway swapping tarmac for the bright lights of the fashion world with the launch of their new casual clothing collection.

From 'their finest hour' to the cutting edge technology of the modern air force, no other brand in the UK carries with it the inherent Britishness and quality of the Royal Air Force and now you can wear their badges with pride. Developed by a collection of leading designers working with the RAF, this collection builds on the key requirements for air force personnel and equipment: performance under pressure, dependability and capability.With durability in mind, these highly fashionable garments have been double-stitched and are produced using high quality materials and finishes across all three ranges. The Heritage Range brings influences from the RAF's proud history into the modern day with a product line that includes leather flying jackets, fleeces and rugby shirts. The Classic Polo Shirts Range provides an opportunity for a fashionable smart casual look with eight colours to choose from. The Off Duty Range brings forward the more modern face of the air force with a rugged, sporting approach for both men and ladies; and the Kids' Range brings a new dimension of performance to children's casual clothing.

Clothing is available across a full range of sizes which makes the RAF Collection ideal for all, whether you're buying for yourself or as a gift.

Our high level of service is assured by our no-quibble money back guarantee and our promise to despatch all garments within five working days of receipt of order."

My bold..............
 

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