Entries by Mark Gordon

Military Coveralls vs. Nomex Flight Suits

Choosing the Right Air Force Flight Suits  When it comes to military uniforms, the Air Force has an array of options for its pilots. Two of the most popular choices are military coveralls and Nomex flight suits. Both uniforms have their own unique features and benefits. Hence, they serve different purposes. So how exactly do […]

Defense flight suits | What Does Nir Complaint Mean

 What Does Nir Complaint Mean and Why Is It Important? If you happened to browse through our products, you will notice that they are NIR-compliant. NIR or Near Infrared, compliant materials are designed to be resistant to detection by night vision devices. These materials are used in a variety of applications, including military and law […]

27/p Nomex flight suit | How the flame-resistant flight suit protects you in the cockpit

How the flame-resistant flight suit protects you in the cockpit             Maintaining a safe and healthy environment is a top priority for many workplaces, and the aviation industry is no different. Pilots are often plunged into high-risk situations where literally anything can happen. Due to the nature of their missions, combat pilots have a higher […]

Nomex flight suit | Why Our Customers Choose To Purchase Their Flight Suit From Carter Industries

Why Our Customers Choose To Purchase Their Flight Suit From Carter Industries Carter Industries has been around since the 1990s, and it has since formed a formidable reputation for manufacturing high-quality flight suits. In fact, we are currently the only official supplier of 27/p Nomex Flight Suit and ICVC Crewman’s coveralls to the U.S. Defense […]

The Newest Innovation In Flight Suit Technology

The Newest Innovation In Flight Suit Technology There’s an old saying that goes, “clothes make the man.” Essentially, the proverb usually alludes to one’s appearance. However, when it comes to flight suits, functionality should ideally come before form. When the first flight suits appeared during the First World War, they were simply intended to protect […]