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Dubarry (Irish stuff thematically close to Barbour) is an interesting company. I've tried on a few jackets but never bought one.

https://www.dubarry.us/

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I can surely add some:

Inujirushikaban. A Japanese company that makes bags, backpacks etc. in heavy canvas. And great prices. I own a small shoulder bag, a pen case, a rucksack and a bicycle bag. http://www.inujirushikaban.jp/

On the same note - Duluth Pack. Especially their Roll-top Scout. Lifetime guarantee. I've worn down the straps, so I have to have them replaced. https://www.duluthpack.com/collections/outdoor-packs/products/roll-top-scout

Bemijidi Woolen Mills has already been mentioned, so I'm gonna throw Johnson Woolen Mills in the mix. And following it up with Stormy Kromer, as well as F.L Woods and Kerry Woollen Mills.

Lotuff and Hrotgar has been mentioned, but I guees one could throw Cambridge Satchel Company in the mix, as well as Foster&Son.

Regarding cloth manufactureres I haven't seen Hainsworth being mentioned a lot, but I might be mistaken. Great vintage cloths.

Scott Frasier Collection is probably known by now? They make great hight waisted vintage-looking pants.

A sports clothing brand (even though we're in the classic section) would be Gramicci. And a great outdoors clothing brand from Norway is Norrøna, but an even more obscure one is Lanullva (which makes the finest woollen undergarments).

Spencers Trousers is another one, M2M tweed trousers. In the same vein, Curzon.

Robert W. Stolz, Loden coats.

If anyone disagrees, or I am mistaken, please correct me and I will edit the post.
 
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