model wearing new barbour stormforce

Barbour is renowned for its ability to create products that can help you battle the elements. Since 1894 they have been making products that are both durable and functional. It started with clothing mariners against the harsh conditions of the North Sea, and it is their nautical heritage that has inspired their new range, ‘Stormforce’. Their autumn/winter collection utilises innovative production techniques to protect against upcoming colder conditions. Key features include technical trims, waterproof zips details, hood detailing and above all, insulation and warmth.

model wearing the barbour thermo overshirt

One of the key pieces is the ‘Thermo Overshirt’ (pictured above). It features double patch chest pockets and is bang on-trend for those looking for a military style that can be easily layered.

Fleece is an essential material to utilise across outerwear products due to its insulation properties. We see Barbour use it across a lot of their products including the ‘Gustnado Jacket’, and the ‘Switun Quilt’. The latter built with an inner fleece lining.

Gustnado Jacket

The ‘Gustnado Jacket’ is a snorkel-hooded parka. It comes with a detachable fur trim collar and built-in fleece-lined pockets to keep your hands warm — a godsend when the temperature plummets. With a front zip fastening and studded front storm guard, the jacket is completed with an autumnal hue of Agave Green. 

£279 from barbour.com


Introducing practical and technical garments shows our ability to adapt to the contemporary market and this exciting new range offers the best in outerwear performance.


Director of Menswear and Accessories at Barbour, Ian Bergin

Colours throughout the collection include deep blue and greens, and are another nod to Barbour’s nautical roots. Timely, this year is also Barbour’s 125 anniversary. No mean feat in today’s economical climate.

The full range, including outerwear, shirts and knitwear, is available on the website and in selected stockists.

Visit www.barbour.com

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