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Barbour Beaufort, olive, wax cotton jacket

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Trapp, Apr 12, 2013.

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  1. Trapp

    Trapp Senior member

    Feb 7, 2008
    Northern California
    Barbour Beaufort, wax cotton jacket, made in England
    tagged size 40
    color: olive
    condition - very good. Shell and lining are both solid - a small tear (about .5" long) in right sleeve with an old repair.


    (please add $15 shipping CONUS)

    This is an early Barbour Beaufort with only two royal shields, meaning it was manufactured in the 70s or early 80's. I own a lot of Barbours and collected them for a while. Unlike the other two Barbours I'm selling this one has nothing particularly interesting about it history-wise. It's just a nice solid old Beaufort.

    The classic tartan liner is in good condition with no tears or anything. The brown corduroy collar has faded a bit with time and wear to a lighter brown, which is standard for these jackets. The shell could be worn as is or brightened up and made more water resistant with new coating of Barbour's thornproof wax, which can be ordered from Orvis or found on eBay.

    If you like Barbour, check out the deadstock bedale I'm selling (was selling more but some have sold).

    chest - 23"
    length - 30.5"
    sleeve, underarm to cuff - 19.5'
    sleeve, collar edge to cuff - 29"

    *note - the jacket has raglan shoulders, which is why sleeve measurement is not given from shoulder seam to cuff
    Last edited: May 3, 2013
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