The Classic Bedale jacket is made from medium weight 6oz Barbour sylkoil fabric and has a pure cotton Barbour tartan lining. Interactive with zip-in liners. Otherwise as original Bedale, only slightly less shiny in appearance.
First came the Original jackets. These were made from 4oz waxed cotton, initially in sage green and then in navy, black and rustic brown too. Then after the turn of the century, Barbour realised that some people liked their jackets best when they looked as though they had already owned them for years. So they started making the Classic range in slightly heavier 6oz sylkoil.
These jackets were made in olive green (a brownish green, as opposed to the earlier bluish sage green). To give the jackets a slightly distressed look they put the fabric through one fewer waxing procedure – hence the Classic was born. No longer did our customers have to drive over their new jackets with their tractors, to make them look as though they had owned them for years.
The corduroy collar works well with the pewter wildlife badges in our gifts section
The Barbour Classic Bedale jacket is only made in olive, as shown.
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Barbour Men's Jacket Liners Whether layering up for warmth or dressing for utility, these zip in liners for men's jackets will come in very useful.
Pewter Badges This huge range of English designed and made pewter pin badges is the work of a father and son team of artists based in Somerset. By placing them on the collar of a jacket or on a fishing hat for example you personalise the garment making it your own.
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