Squadron Patches

Mulit-Piece Leather Patches

Here at Split-S, our passion is reproducing World War II multi-piece leather patches. This is the type of patch most commonly seen sewn to the jackets of our servicemen who served in the China-Burma-India/Pacific Theater of Operations. The patches were made by stitching together multiple painted and dyed pieces of leather to form the desired unit insignia. Our reproductions are custom made by hand from natural vegetable tanned leathers, and only quality paints, dyes, stains, and finishes specifically made for working with leather are used in their construction. Since each patch is hand made, no two are alike. The colors, textures, and stitching may slightly vary from one to another, making each a unique work of art.

The pricing for multi-piece leather patches is based on size and difficulty. We do not stock any of the patches shown on our site; all patches are custom made to order. Have a patch you would like reproduced? Please email us, and we will gladly quote you a price!


Ding Hao!

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"Flying Tiger" 23rd Fighter Group Multi-Piece Leather Patch

Reproduced from an original made in India during the war, this patch consists of five layers of precision sewn leather. Each piece is cut and dyed by hand, and the tiger is brushed by hand with acrylic leather dyes. You won't be disappointed with the quality of materials and craftsmanship!

23rd FG Breast Patch - 5" x 5 3/4" - $125.00

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Patch examples

Below are just a few examples of patches we have made for our customers. Click on the images to enlarge in a new window.

23rd Fighter Group "Walt Disney" Tiger With Brown Leather Border.

23rd Fighter Group "Walt Disney" Tiger With Gold Leaf Trim

75th Fighter Squadron "Tiger Sharks"

76th Fighter Squadron "The Vanguards" Indian Made Variation.

459th Fighter Squadron "The Twin Dragons"

U.S. Army Air Forces

AVG Flying Tigers 2nd Pursuit Squadron

China-Burma-India Theater

"Blood Chit" Back Patch

Air Transport Command

India China Wing Air Transport Command

530th Fighter Squadron "Yellow Scorpions"

34th Bomb Squadron "Thunderbirds"

61st Fighter Squadron

8th Air Force

F-4 Phantom II "Spook" Back Patch

Multi-Piece Leather Flag Patches

The proper way to display the U.S. Flag (today) is to keep the blue field in the highest position of honor. When wearing the U.S. Flag on a jacket sleeve, the highest position of honor would be to have the blue field facing forward as charging into battle. For this reason, our flags are custom made for wear on the right or left sleeve.

The patch borders can be made in seal brown, medium brown, russet brown, black, or pretty much any color of your choice.

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United States 49 Star Flag Shoulder Patch Size: 3 1/2" x 4 3/4"

$50.00 plus S/H

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United States 49 Star Flag Shoulder Patch Size: 3 1/2" x 4 3/4"

$50.00 plus S/H

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United States 50 Star Flag Shoulder Patch Size: 3 7/16" x 4 3/4"

$50.00 plus S/H

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