History of the Barbour Bedale jacketIn 1980 Barbour produced their first lightweight short jacket, the Barbour Bedale. Originally designed for horse riding, this is a favorite of many British, including royals and pop stars.
ApplicationDesigned with many equestrian practicalities in mind; a relaxed fit, rear vents and made from 6oz mediumweight waxed cotton. And also fully customizable to your liking thanks to the thermal lining that can be zipped in and hood that can be attached by means of pushbuttons. This barbour bedale jacket is therefore the ideal jacket to wear all year round.
CharacteristicsThe classic elements such as a brass divisible zipper, a studded windbreaker, two large flap pockets and 2 moleskin lined hand pockets to keep your hands nice and warm have all been added. And of course this barbour bedale classic jacket also features the signature corduroy collar.
Nice details to know is that this jacket consists of: 160 parts, including 49 cut pieces of fabric, 8 pockets and that during production 36 people work on the Bedale at the Barbour factory in South Shields.
Fit: Regular fit. Material: 100% waterproof, waxed cotton