A blazer is a type of double breasted jacket, like that of a suit except in that it has patch pockets with no flaps and usually, metal shank buttons. In more recent times, a single breasted form, long in existence, has come into more common use. A blazer's cloth is usually of a durable nature as it is used in schools and was used for sport. As sporting dress has become more adapted to the activity, the blazer has become more restricted to clubs' social meetings. Blazer"
A Donkey jacket is a short, buttoned outer coat, typically made of black or dark blue woollen material, unlined; sometimes with a plastic panel covering the shoulder-blades area. This panel might be plain black, or fluorescent orange or yellow for conspicuity, and sometimes bears the name of the company which supplies the jacket or for which the wearer works. The jacket usually has two hip pockets and sometimes an inside "poacher's" pocket. The donkey jacket is regarded as typical of the British manual worker. Also favoured by the Skinhead. Donkey jacket"
A flak jacket is a form of protective clothing originally developed by the Wilkinson Sword company during World War II to help protect Royal Air Force (RAF) air personnel from the flying debris and shrapnel thrown by German anti-aircraft guns' flak (Fliegerabwehrkanone), a type of exploding shell. The jacket consisted of titanium plates sewn into a waistcoat made of ballistic nylon (a material engineered by the DuPont company); therefore, flak jackets functioned as an evolved form of plate armour. Flak jacket"
If traced to its very beginnings, the flight jacket was created for practical reasons. In the First World War most airplanes did not even have an enclosed cockpit. While serving in France and Belgium, the Royal Flying Corps pilots had already begun wearing long leather coats in 1915, and the trend caught on. The US Army established the Aviation Clothing Board in September 1917 and began distributing heavy duty leather flight jackets; with high wrap around collars, zipper closures with wind flaps, snug cuffs a