AW21 with Barbour International
Barbour International – past and present
In 1936, Duncan Barbour introduced a weatherproof one-piece motorcycle suit into the Barbour range. Made from wax cotton, and named the Barbour International, the protective suit quickly gained popularity on the pro-motorcycle circuit. As a result, it was adopted by the British military.
Today, Barbour International has become a standalone brand producing casual wear and luxury clothing. Above all, the label draws on its rich heritage and iconic brand to design luxury clothing for a new generation.
Barbour International’s long history of designing jackets and coats continues at full speed into Autumn Winter 2021. The label offers a variety of transitional pieces ideal for the changing seasons. Stylish T-shirts and polos layer up perfectly with a jumper or hoodie and Barbour International’s famous black and gold logo ties any outfit together. The brand also designs a range of shirts that strike the perfect balance between style and function.
Celebrate more than 85 years of rich biking heritage with Mainline Menswear and Barbour International’s AW21 collection.
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