Barbour Exclusives – Wax Jackets

For the first time since we've been working with the famous brand Barbour, we are delighted to present to you two jackets exclusively available at Comptoir Irlandais for the new Spring-Summer 2024 collection!
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Jackets selected exclusively for Comptoir Irlandais

These exclusive jackets, in a limited edition of 300, embody the very essence of the Barbour brand. They are made from the brand's famous waxed cotton, renowned for its exceptional quality and durability. The interior of these jackets is lined with the Union Jack, the UK's iconic flag, offering a subtle homage to Barbour's deep roots in British tradition.

Available in navy blue, the jackets are available in men's and women's versions, each featuring the distinctive Ashby and Beadnell cuts. These cuts are carefully tailored to offer comfort and style, enhancing each wearer's silhouette.

Made from robust waxed cotton, these jackets not only provide optimum comfort but also welcome warmth on chilly days. The quality of the material used ensures effective protection against the elements, making these jackets ideal companions for tackling the elements in style.

Barbour in a nutshell

Founded in 1894 in South Shields, in the North East of England, Barbour is a family business that has continued its heritage for five generations. Its iconic waxed cotton jacket has become a global icon, renowned for its resistance to the elements while remaining soft and comfortable to wear. The brand embodies both popular culture and English elegance, and its jackets are worn by members of the British Royal Family in their lifestyle range and by bikers around the world in their international range.

Barbour's authenticity and history are deeply rooted in British life. Each of the brand's iconic garments is named after a British town or village, adding an extra touch of tradition and localism to its heritage. This attachment to British roots is perfectly expressed in the jackets that proudly display the Union Jack, while retaining the quality and comfort for which Barbour has become renowned over the decades.

These jackets are not just garments, but symbols of British history and tradition. They embody Barbour's craftsmanship and ability to evolve while remaining true to its core values.

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