Barbour Icons Durham Jacket
A stylish, fit for purpose jacket designed for town or country living
Today Barbour combines heritage with modernity. It is a staple for active, elegant women across the globe who embrace authenticity, style and practicality. First introduced in the 1960s by John Barbour who was responsible for re-introducing country clothing to the brand, the Durham jacket was a flyweight unlined wax jacket with distinctive caped double shoulders, hood and drawstring. It was originally used for fishing, stalking, birdwatching and walking. For the 125th Anniversary, the heritage of this iconic style has been adapted into a new waterproof breathable fabric to create a stylish, fit for purpose jacket designed for town or country living.
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