The best clothing for the worst weather.
It all began in 1894 in South Shields, when a family decided to devote themselves to the creation of waterproof jackets, suitable for protecting local sailors and fishermen from bad weather.
More than a century later, the family-run company is one of the few English clothing manufacturers to have obtained the Royal Warrant three times, assigned by the Queen to the most exclusive suppliers of the English Royal House.
The functional and versatile Barbour jacket finds its uniqueness in the simple lines, for extreme practicality and comfort, and in the waxed fabric Thornproof, insulating, waterproof and very resistant to wear and tear over time.
Wearing Barbour means having good taste and being respectful of traditions.