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Size small Barbour Ashby jacket bought in March of this year from Bloomingdales during their friends and family sale. Never really wore it as the jacket is just a size too big for me. I wear a size 34 beaufort and wanted to have a shorter jacket that I would wear with only minimal layers and this one ended up not being a whole lot shorter. So on that note, I would take any trades for a navy sz. 34 bedale as well.
I still have this jacket 2 years later.
Napoli jacket. Trousers are at the tailor right now being hemmed. I went TTS, despite the recommendation for sizing down. I think the fit is OK, nothing is jumping out at me yet, I was afraid the shoulders would be too large given the measurements on the site, but what does a few more sets of eyes hurt. This is a 36S, I typically wear a 36S in other brands as well. It is a little fuller in the chest and shoulders than I'm used to, but I can't tell if it's too large or...
Welp, moved up north and pulled this out of storage where its been sitting for the last year. It still doesn't fit me, so I'm bumping this up.
I overestimated when everyone said to size up. I should've bought the size that I usually buy, these are about one size too big for me. https://www.weargustin.com/store/43
The difference is that the Ashby comes in lettered sizing vs. the Bedale. That said, from my experience, the cut is different between the two so comparing measurements doesn't work particularly well… example being that I size go a size down for Barbour's traditional wax jackets, but TTS seems to fit me best for the Ashby (even though the chest sizes between the two don't correspond, if that makes sense).
I have both a sage and sykoil beaufort. The non-classic one has a very strong green color. When you first get it, it almost looks black and is very slick and shiny, but when the wax breaks in, it gives way to a very rich green color and over time becomes something similar to an old army field jacket. I like it, but it's a little more formal looking than the olive one. I wouldn't say that it doesn't age well, it ages differently and fades into more of a muddy green that...
Size 36 Barbour Beaufort in sage purchased new this past December that does not fit me as well as I'd like for a jacket that cost $400. Essentially new condition. No tears or rips or other signs of wear. $250 shipped to continental USA.
I bought a brand new Barbour Beaufort sz 36 last December and it is a tad large for me. Does anyone have a size 34 Beaufort in sage or olive that they want to trade for a size up?
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