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Bestselling NASA Bomber Jackets

At Ice Cold Lmnd we have perfected the art of crafting comfy and stylish NASA Bomber Jackets. This perfection is the result of years of hard work designing and sourcing the highest quality material to create the perfect NASA Bomber. 

We could not have done this without our exclusive partnership with NASA which allows us to be the premier NASA Clothing company in the entire world! We are very grateful for our partnership and look forward to creating more incredible NASA inspired bombers in the future. 

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Below are our top 5 NASA Bomber Jackets:

NASA Bomber Lightweight Jacket II

NASA Jacket
Our original NASA Bomber was named the 2018's hottest bomber by Hype Beast. For over 3 years now it has been our bestselling NASA Bomber. With over 25,000 purchases to its name, the NASA Bomber Lightweight Bomber II is an absolute must own. 
  • Polyester canvas (100% Water Proof)
  • Baseball collar
  • Zip opening
  • Side pockets
  • Ribbed hem and cuffs
  • Official NASA Reseller
  • Hear what our customers have to say about the NASA Bomber Lightweight Jacket II! 

    NASA Pilot Bomber Jacket

    NASA Jacket

    Look great and feel comfortable with a custom blend of materials that will fit like a charm. Made from a premium blend of cotton/polyester. Light and soft with a breathable yet durable fabric that can handle normal wear and weather.

    • Polyester canvas (100% Water Proof)
    • Baseball collar
    • Zip opening
    • Side pockets
    • Ribbed hem and cuffs
    • Official NASA Reseller

    NASA Pilot Bomber Badge Missions: 

    STS-133

    STS-133 - Space Patches 

    Discovery Crew: Commander Steve Lindsey, Pilot Eric Boe and Mission Specialists Alvin Drew, Steve Bowen, Michael Barratt and Nicole Stott Launch:4:53:24 p.m. EST - Feb. 24, 2011 Landing:11:57:17 a.m. EST - March 9, 2011 Launch Window:10 minutes Launch Pad:39A Mission Duration:12 days, 19 hours, 4 minutes and 50 seconds Landing Site:KSC Inclination/Altitude:51.6 degrees/122 nautical miles Primary Payload:35th station flight (ULF5), EXPRESS Logistics Carrier 4 (ELC4), Permanent Multi-Purpose Module (PMM)
     
    STS-27
    STS-27 - Space Patches
    Third Atlantic flight.Classified Department of Defense mission. Data not available.Landed at Edwards Air Force Base, CA. December 6, 1988.Mission Duration: 105 hours 5 minutes 37 seconds.

     

    STS-115

     STS-115 - Space Patches

    Atlantis Crew: Commander Brent W. Jett, Jr., Pilot Christopher J. Ferguson, pilot, Mission Specialists Heidemarie M. Stefanyshyn-Piper, Joseph R. Tanner, Daniel C. Burbank, and Steven G. MacLean Launch: Sept. 9, 2006 11:15 a.m. EDT Landing: Sept. 21, 2006 6:21 a.m. EDT Launch Pad: 39B Mission Duration:12 days Landing Site: KSC Inclination/Altitude:51.6 degrees/122 nautical miles Primary Payload:Nineteenth station flight (12A), P3/P4 arrays

    STS-134

    STS-134 - Space Patches

    Endeavour Crew: Commander Mark Kelly, Pilot Gregory H. Johnson, Mission Specialists Michael Fincke, Greg Chamitoff, Andrew Feustel and Roberto Vittori Launch: 8:56 a.m. EDT - May 16, 2011 Landing: Launch Window:10 minutes Launch Pad:39A Mission Duration: 16 days Spacewalks: 4 Landing Site:KSC Inclination/Altitude: 51.6 degrees/122 nautical miles Primary Payload: 36th station flight (ULF6), EXPRESS Logistics Carrier 3 (ELC3), Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS)

    STS-120

    STS-120 - Space Patches

    STS-120 is the 23rd shuttle mission to the International Space Station, and will launch an Italian-built U.S. multi-port module for the station. Air Force Col. Pamela A. Melroy will command the STS-120 mission to take the Node 2 connecting module to the station. Melroy, a veteran shuttle pilot, is the second woman to command a shuttle. Marine Corps Col. George D. Zamka will serve as pilot. The flight's mission specialists will be Scott E. Parazynski, Army Col. Douglas H. Wheelock, Stephanie D. Wilson and Paolo A. Nespoli, a European Space Agency astronaut from Italy. Zamka, Wheelock and Nespoli will be making their first spaceflight.

    Hear what our customers have to say about the NASA Pilot Bomber Jacket!

    Retro NASA Thick Bomber Jacket

    NASA Bomber Jacket

    This thick jacket is designed for style and comfort to complete a retro look. 

    • Polyester canvas (100% Water Proof)
    • Baseball collar
    • Zip opening
    • Embroidered patchwork
    • Side pockets
    • Ribbed hem and cuffs
    • Official NASA Reseller 

      Spaceman NASA Bomber Jacket

      NASA Bomber Jacket

      The only jacket of its kind. Unique NASA Astronaut design. Only 500 sold worldwide!

      • Polyester canvas (100% Water Proof)
      • Baseball collar
      • Zip opening
      • Side pockets
      • Ribbed hem and cuffs

      NASA Bomber Lightweight Jacket III

      NASA Bomber Jacket

      Look great and feel comfortable with a custom blend of materials that will fit like a charm. Made from a premium blend of cotton/polyester. Light and soft with a breathable yet durable fabric that can handle normal wear and weather.

      • Polyester canvas (100% Water Proof)
      • Baseball collar
      • Zip opening
      • Side pockets
      • Ribbed hem and cuffs
      • Official NASA Reseller

       

      Did you know where the NASA Logo is inspired from?

      The logo was designed by James Modarelli to provide NASA with a logo that can be used for less formal purposes.

      The sphere represents a planet.

      The stars represent space.

      The red chevron is a wing representing aeronautics.

      And then there is an orbiting spacecraft going around the wing.

      The NASA logo also known as, "meatball". 🍝

      Learn something new everyday right? We love knowing a bit more about what we represent!

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