The venerable Tiger Moth is one of the most iconic and well-loved vintage biplanes still in service in the UK. Originally appointed for use as RAF primary trainers during the WWII period, Tiger Moths are still used today for nostalgic open-cockpit pleasure flights and pilot training.
The UK-registered aircraft featured in this image, G-ACDC and G-ASKP, first entered service in 1933 and 1935 respectively. They have each flown many thousands of hours in total on a wide variety of military and civilian sorties. Both aircraft are currently based at Damyns Hall Aerodrome in Essex, England and are operated by The Tiger Club.
This unique t-shirt design, sold exclusively on aviationphotos.co.uk, features an artistic watercolour-effect digital adaptation of an original photograph captured in late summer 2017. It is now available in a range of sizes:
- Crew neck SoftStyle T-shirt
- Fabric: 165gm/m² 100% Ring Spun SoftStyle cotton
- Pre-shrunk jersey knit
- Colour: Forest Green
- Strong – The taped neck and shoulders along with the twin needle sleeves and bottom hem add strength to the t-shirt
- Fit: Tailored – true to size
|Chest to fit (inches)||34-36||38-40||42-44||46-48||50-52||54-56|
|Actual chest (cm)||45.5||51||56||61||66|