Lambswool Pullover - Storm Grey by Barbour.Lambswool Pullover - Storm Grey by Barbour.

Lambswool Pullover – Storm Grey

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Lambswool Pullover – Storm Grey by Barbour. A utility-influenced pullover sweater. Styled with a funnel neckline and half zip fastening, enhanced with a contrasting inner facing to the collar. The sweater is finished with a discreet leather Barbour badge to the lower left seam. Hand wash. Imported.

Features
100% Lambswool
Half Zip Contrasting Collar

About Barbour
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.

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Lambswool Pullover – Storm Grey by Barbour. A utility-influenced pullover sweater. Styled with a funnel neckline and half zip fastening, enhanced with a contrasting inner facing to the collar. The sweater is finished with a discreet leather Barbour badge to the lower left seam. Hand wash. Imported.

Lambswool Pullover – Storm Grey Features
100% Lambswool
Half Zip Contrasting Collar

About Barbour
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.

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