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Barbour

The Barbour brand was born in England in 1894 as J. Barbour & Sons, Tailors and Drapers, manufacturers of waterproof coats and jackets designed for fishermen, sailors but also for hunters.

In a very short time it became the most loved jacket by horse riders, motorcyclists, English nobles during hunting trips and above all by the British royal family during the rare moments off duty. In 1974 he received his first Royal Warrant and today he has three: one from the Duke of Edinburgh, one from the Queen and one from Prince Charles.

In short, the British crown guarantees the quality of this product and places it among the suppliers of the royal house.

Three centuries later, Margaret Barbour still leads the company, together with her daughter Helen.

Barbour Men's Jackets

Barbour is a British company specializing in the production of clothing. Its range of men's jackets includes waterproof jackets, anoraks, leather jackets and winter jackets.

Among the most popular styles of Barbour jackets for men are the Bedale, the Beaufort and the Ashby, all of which are cotton wax jackets that come with features like multiple pockets and a drawstring collar.

Other Barbour jackets for men include the Barbour International Jacket, a motorcycle style jacket with asymmetrical zips and leather detailing, and the Barbour Quilted Lutz Jacket, a quilted jacket with a detachable hood.

Overall, Barbour men's jackets are renowned for their quality and durability, as well as their timeless, classic design.

The Crown and Barbour jackets

The Crown is a British television series that follows the story of Queen Elizabeth II and the British royal family. The series has made a lot of noise for its period style and the elegant and traditional clothing of the characters.

In the series, many scenes show the characters wearing Barbour jackets, especially in season 1 and 2, especially the Barbour Bedale jacket which is worn by characters such as the Duke of Edinburgh and Prince Charles. Barbour jackets are chosen because they have become an icon of British clothing, suitable for the countryside and ideal for outdoor activities.

The Barbour jacket has become synonymous with durable and traditional British clothing, and The Crown series has helped maintain this brand's iconic status. Barbour jackets have become a symbol of prestige and class around the world, not only for their quality but also for their timeless style and association with the British royal family.