Avirex

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Avirex
IndustryFashion Apparel
Founded1975
Headquarters,
United States
Key people
Jeff Clyman, Founder
Marc Ecko, Owner
ProductsDesigner clothing
Websiteavirex.com/

Avirex is an American company that designs, manufactures and markets clothing lines. It was founded by Jeff Clyman in 1975 as a brand for military apparel. Contrary to popular belief, Avirex was not a U.S. military supplier during World War II.[citation needed] In 1987 the company worked on re-issuing of A-2 jacket for the United States Air Force.

In 2006, Jeff Clyman sold the Avirex brand and trademark as well as the Avirex sportswear and hip-hop fashion lines in Europe, Japan, and the United States. The new owner of the Avirex brand in the United States is Eckō Unltd.

Jeff Clyman founded a new company for military apparel called Cockpit USA.

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