Drawn by the indomitable nature of military aviators and their ubiquitous flight jackets, the design team at Reebok created the Flight Jacket Pack as part of its Summer 2010 Collection. While the design cues are quite obvious. The details, however, are anything but. Stitched in quilted forms, the elaborate toe-box design is in reference to the inner lining of the actual flight jackets. So is the sock liner colorway in Emergency Orange, a crucial element added when the first nylon flight jacket, the MA-1, was issued in 1950. In a constant cat and mouse game with the enemies, downed pilots often had to identified their locations to rescuers with the Emergency Orange lining. A subtle yet effective tool that sometimes meant life or death. Another similar quality between the 2 is the capacity, to endure . Whether in rain or snow, the rugged nature of nylon allowed the MA-1 to sustain abuse from elements. So does the Insta Pump Fury, where a Play Dry pre-treatment doubles its sustainability among the worst Mother Nature can throw at it. The Reebok Insta Pump Fury Flight Jacket Pack, comes in Army Green and Navy, now available at select Reebok accounts, including mita-sneakers of Ueno, Tokyo.