A1 jacket is the first official aviation jacket.Originally designed for the Army Air Corp in 1922, the Chapal A1 replaced the cumbersome jackets that had been historically worn by pilots.
CHAPAL perpetuates his admiration for pilots who have revolutionized history. AE 1932 is a hint at the famous aviator Amelia Earhart, the first woman who crossed the Atlantic ocean 2 few years after Lindbergh.
Blue blazer in smooth velvet, slightly stretch. Slim fit, collar with lapels, 2 button closure. It has two piped pockets enhancing the waist.
Casual jacket, close to the iconic teddy inspired by American campuses. Decorative stitching, glossy leather welt pockets, and tailored ribbed edges on the collar, waist and cuffs.
Model designed in the 60's for les "Jeux Olympiques de Grenoble". It was originally made of lacquered rabbit skin. Chapal now offers it in sheep or goat leather. Only the hood remains in "Lapin de France".
Leather jacket inspired by the long coats worn by sailors. Made from glossy sheep leather, it features straps at the collars and sleeves, two front flap pockets, and is lined with beige cotton for comfort. The natural horn buttons add a contrasting finish.
Leather jacket inspired by the long coats worn by sailors, yet has been crafted into a short, waist-length style. Made from glossy sheep leather, it features straps at the collars and sleeves, two front flap pockets, and is lined with beige cotton for comfort. The natural horn buttons add a contrasting finish.
The Cardigan takes its name from Wales. Small jacket buttoned in wool of Merinos of the Pyrenees. For greater strength and more heat, the wool was boiled. As if to mark her membership in a club, "CHAPAL" was cut into a piece of leather and sewn on the left chest.