Whether you’re a countrified gent with a penchant for rambling, shooting and other persuits of the great outdoors or a trendsetting hipster looking to put a modern twist on heritage design, you’re probably familiar with Barbour.
What you probably don't know is that the brand has been around for 120 years, which is quite a long time considering it's still top of the tree.
Originally started by John Barbour to create protective wear for fisherman, sailers and other seafaring types, it's a brand that manages to pull together over a century of expertise to pump out clothes that marry together hardwearing substance with style that’s both modern and classic.
It's a wardrobe stable if you’re looking for lasting gear that’s sharper than Anne Robinson’s tongue and that won't fall to pieces at the mere whiff of a strong wind.
Check out this brand new film that takes a look at the life behind the brand and why it’s such a bloody institution.