Milspin BESSIE COLEMAN

Milspin BESSIE COLEMAN "AVIATOR" Metal Morale Patch

Regular price $15.00 Sale

100% no-questions-asked refund/return/exchange policy

Bessie Coleman (1892-1926) soared across the sky as the first African American, and the first Native American, woman pilot. Known for performing flying tricks, Coleman’s nicknames were; “Brave Bessie,” “Queen Bess,” and “The Only Race Aviatrix in the World.” Her goal was to encourage women and African Americans to reach their dreams.

 

PVC and Fabric patches are for old ladies with sewing machines.

Whether you’re using our patches for recreational or operational purposes, these bad boys will hold up in any environment. 

We engrave this 20 gauge plate and secure it in place onto adhesive backed Velcro and use four industrial strength rivets. 

Some say we're overdoing it. We say they don't rate to wear our indestructible patches.

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS: 

  • Engravings: BESSIE COLEMAN "AVIATOR"
  • Patch Thickness: 1/16"
  • Patch Material: Metal plate fixed to Velcro

VETERAN MADE IN COLUMBUS, OH