Barbour are celebrating their AW20 premium sub-brand Gold Standard collection with renowned British actor, Sam Claflin. With his love of the outdoors and Barbour’s history of stylish and particle outerwear, they have showcased Barbour’s 125-year heritage with a premium range of outerwear jackets/coats, inspired by Barbour’s iconic archive.
Barbour Supa-Beaufort Wax
Originally designed by Chairman Dame Margaret in 1982, this has to be one of Barbour’s most iconic styles. Every detail has been carefully selected right down to its name highlighting the continental character of the piece. This Beaufort, incorporates the rich history of the original jacket, featuring vertical hand-warmer pockets and an elongated rear back pocket. Practical features suitable for today have been updated with this design, with attention to detail in a class of its own.
Barbour Supa-Ashby Wax
First introduced to their range in 1980s, this Barbour Waxed Jacket has been re-designed from top to bottom, featuring a tailored back seam following the contours of the body and three piece raglan sleeves. This jacket is just waiting to be worn, both practical and stylish with a 6oz wax finish keeping you dry in the wet weather.
Barbour Supa-Heritage Quilt
Quilt jackets has been a huge part of the Barbour family since 1979. Inspired by the Liddesdale jacket, which was introduced in 1994 this jacket, is a four-pocket quilt in slim fabric with vertical and diamond quilting. You’ll find a smart leather articulated shoulder and elbow patches and a leather notch to allow the sleeves to bend. The Supa-Heritage Quilt is a perfect choice for the autumn/winter season.