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Where to buy Barbour online?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Napoleon, Mar 8, 2010.

  1. Napoleon

    Napoleon Senior member

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    The headline says it. I live in Europe, not in UK.
     


  2. lee_44106

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    I always hear that Google is such a big company, apparently it doesn't exist in Europe? [​IMG]
     


  3. tweedydon

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    Used, I recommend the eBay seller yorkshirecountryman; I've bought several from him, and he ships internationally.

    If you'd like an International in a size 46, I'm your man! And there's a used Cowan Commando and a Beaufort on B&S right now (neither being sold by me).
     


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    Jerome Senior member

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    Good question, Napoleon...where are you from? I'm e.g. in Austria and also want to buy a new Barbour jacket sometime (in my town- Vienna- I e.g. know that the casual Knize store has Barbour from time to time [for the locals: the one 'around the corner'], and also the House of Gentlemen at least sells Barbour shirts- I bought two just last year)...one jacket that I own is actually too large and dirty/fucked up (had always used it for garden work) and another one, a beige, lighter one for spring is falling apart, too...

    (I just checked with Barbour online and they suggested three online retailers in Germany but somehow they didn't click with me...so I actually would also welcome further suggestions there...)
     


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    Have had good service from Country Attire. Postage is included within Europe so that works out nicely if you buy only one item; if you're buying several items at a time, it's too dear. Best in the Country seems like a good choice as they charge postage per order, not per item.
     


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    +1 for Country Attire.


    /U.
     


  7. Bartolo

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    I'd been looking for a Beaufort forever, but didn't want to pay US MSRP. I got a very good price from http://www.bestinthecountry.co.uk/ (assuming it actually arrives . . . )
     


  8. Material Boy

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    I'd been looking for a Beaufort forever, but didn't want to pay US MSRP. I got a very good price from http://www.bestinthecountry.co.uk/ (assuming it actually arrives . . . )

    You can get your Beaufort at Macys Herald Square for $399 - 20% for this weekend's VIP sale. Or you can wait until end of April for the Friends and Family sale where Beaufort will go on sale for $299.00 ($399 - 25%).
     


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    You can get your Beaufort at Macys Herald Square for $399 - 20% for this weekend's VIP sale. Or you can wait until end of April for the Friends and Family sale where Beaufort will go on sale for $299.00 ($399 - 25%).

    I paid 130 pounds, plus 25 for shipping . . . not sure why it was so cheap but if it gets here it was a good deal!
     


  11. Napoleon

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  12. larsrindsig

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    Do they ship outside the UK?
    Yes, which is why we're recommending them.
     


  13. Schnurretiger

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    I got my Beaufort, the zip-in liner, the hood and a Merino-wool scarf from countryattire, too. I don't remember how much they charged for shipping though. They used to be on ebay aswell, but that would have been more expensive than ordering through their website. THe whole package (jacket-liner-hood-scarf-shipping) was still cheaper than buying only the jacket here in Germany. With this winter being as cold as it is, I'm glad I bought the zip-in.
     


  14. Bartolo

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    My black A232 Beaufort arrived today. 161 pounds, including shipping from the UK to the US. It's perfect (with all the original hang tags, etc.) and a nice savings over even the Countryattire price. I'm quite pleased with the price and speedy delivery.
     


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    I recommend you the eBay seller yorkshirecountryman; I've bought several from him, and he ships internationally.
     


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