Classic Beaufort Wax Jacket – Olive by Barbour. This all-purpose Barbour waxed-cotton jacket has a broken-in, shine-free Sylkoil finish for the ultimate in classic weather resistance. It features two front bellows pockets with snap storm flaps and two moleskin-lined handwarmer pockets. There is also a concealed zip-up wallet pocket and a full-width rear game and cartridge pocket with side zips. It’s lined full length with cotton tartan. The corduroy collar is studded for an optional hood. Snap-closed throat flap and storm-fly front provide additional protection. Raglan sleeves with underarm ventilation, adjustable storm cuffs, and brass-finish two-way metal zipper. Specially treated pure cotton shell. Spot clean. Imported.
Classic Beaufort Wax Jacket – Olive Features
All-Purpose Waxed Cotton
Two Front Bellows Pockets with Snap Storm Flaps
Two Moleskin-Lined Handwarmer Pockets
Concealed Zip-Up Wallet Pocket
Full-Width Rear Game and Cartridge Pocket with Side Zip
Snap-Closed Throat Flap and Storm-Fly Front
Raglan Sleeves with Underarm Ventilation
Brass-Finish Two-Way Metal Zipper
Fully Lined with Cotton Tartan
In 1894 John Barbour opened a shop in South Shields. From the beginning, Barbour was an innovator in the clothing industry. In 1936 they developed the motorcycle suit worn by virtually every British International team. In 1939 they manufactured the Ursula suit, which became a standard issue for members of the Submarine Service. Today, the fifth-generation family-run company is a leader in outerwear. They are best known for their waxed jackets developed to handle harsh elements in the northeast English countryside. They have retail stores in over 40 countries worldwide, including the United Kingdom, United States, Germany, Holland, Austria, France, Italy, Spain, Argentina, New Zealand, and Japan. The business is located in North East and has headquarters in Simonside, South Shields.