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post #136 of 159

Anyone know the name of this Barbour model?

 

Picture:

http://www.conleys.de/medias/sys_conleys/8470760457988320.image.jpg

 

http://www.conleys.de/shop/action/newproductdetail?productId=5609224&pager=true

post #137 of 159

http://www.barbour.com/us/mens-clothing/jackets-coats/quilted/beacon-heritage/field-jacket
post #138 of 159
how does one decide which sites are real vs. fake barbour? It seems some places have the jackets for much less than others. I'm interested in the Terrence jacket which is 500 at Orvis but:

http://www.caqf.info/barbour-steve-mcqueen%E2%84%A2-collection-terrence-jacket-black-6939-Barbour-Steve-McQueen%E2%84%A2-Collection-p-1317.html
http://www.endclothing.com/barbour-steve-mcqueen-terrence-jacket.html
post #139 of 159

I'm about to order these off of Country Attire, and I just want to do one last check about the sizing before I pull the trigger. I'm short and somewhat skinny: 5' 6" with a 36" chest. I'm looking for a good slim, but not extremely boxy fit. I'm planning to go with the 32 or the 34 size jacket, but I measured myself and everything down to 30 will fit (but I get 4" tolerance in the chest for the latter).

 

Any opinions on which to pick? Sizes posted below:

 

 

Size Chest (at underarm) (cm) Back (cm) Sleeve (cm)
30"/76cm 102 69 72.7
32"/81cm 107 72.5 77.9
34"/86cm 112 75 78.8
36"/91cm 117 77.5 79.7
post #140 of 159

The things that affect the overallt look and fit are sleeve length, and the length of the entire jacket. Those will be your main concerns.

 

If you're short then the sleeves might not be a problem for you as it was for me, but jacket length will definitely be more important than chest size.

post #141 of 159
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Originally Posted by matstyleku View Post

how does one decide which sites are real vs. fake barbour? It seems some places have the jackets for much less than others. I'm interested in the Terrence jacket which is 500 at Orvis but:
http://www.caqf.info/barbour-steve-mcqueen%E2%84%A2-collection-terrence-jacket-black-6939-Barbour-Steve-McQueen%E2%84%A2-Collection-p-1317.html
http://www.endclothing.com/barbour-steve-mcqueen-terrence-jacket.html

end are legit, the other link looks dodgier than an election pledge (no bricks & mortar address, dodgy email and very broken english).
post #142 of 159
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Originally Posted by ctck View Post

The things that affect the overallt look and fit are sleeve length, and the length of the entire jacket. Those will be your main concerns.

If you're short then the sleeves might not be a problem for you as it was for me, but jacket length will definitely be more important than chest size.

Agreed - bear in mind the jacket is designed to be 'boxy' so sleeves are short for the chest width.
post #143 of 159
post #144 of 159

They must have got more because some one posted this deal a few weeks ago and I think they sold out some of the sizes.
Anyway, sign up to get the email marking for another 10% off.

Some one reported that the jacket he received was not made in England.
The one I received was made in England.
It's model MWX0004BK51.
post #145 of 159
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Originally Posted by ManofKent View Post

If the sleeves do bug you too much you can always drop Barbour an email to see how much they charge for extending the sleeves. They can sew extra material into them.


Wait, is this possible? They can do this? Anyone have experience with it?

Main reason I am hesitant to pull the trigger is sleeve length. I'm 6'6" with fairly long arms. Would get the 44 and need them to accommodate my sleeves at around 36/37. Can't stand a jacket that is too short in this area.

I'd also remove that front patch as soon as I got it, but that's just me. Hate branding.
post #146 of 159
Yeah, they can totally do that. They can do all sorts of things. I once had a Beaufort that I wanted to have cuffs like the Bedale instead and they were willing to do that as well...though I never did end up sending it in actually.

Thanks for the heads up on that International deal, that is pretty crazy. Really bummed that some (all?) are no longer made in England. I'm hoping that maybe some still are and I'll get lucky with one of those or an old stock one, who knows. For $188 shipped it's hard to complain either way really. Hope the sizing works out.
post #147 of 159
I'm really interested right now that I know as long as I get the body sizing right, I can always have the sleeve length fixed. smile.gif

I like the overall look of the jacket, minus the patch. It may kill any vintage appeal in the long term, but I think I would remove it. That and black is not normally a color I go for since I wear mostly shades of brown, but with some proper aging to the waxy cloth it should pair well with the rest of my fits.

Do most of you wear the jacket with or without the belt? Does the fit still feel slim when worn without the belt on?
post #148 of 159

Hi guys, i want to buy Barbour International Jacket, tell me please, this price is normal?

http://www.endclothing.co.uk/brands/barbour/barbour-international-original-jacket.html

Maybe i need to search at ebay?

 

Thanks!

post #149 of 159

That is how much I paid for one.

post #150 of 159

Okay

thanks

I bought it

size 40

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