Barbour x Norton & Sons Garstang Jacket

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Barbour x Norton & Sons Garstang Jacket

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2013 sees the start of a new chapter for Barbour as they start a new collaboration between their Beacon Heritage collection and storied Savile Row Tailors Norton & Sons. Tailors to the gentleman of London since 1821, Norton & Sons are now under the stewardship of Patrick Grant and have applied their clean cuts and authoritarian silhouettes to a series of designs inspired by the traditional artisanal workwear worn by the fishing communities of the Northumbrian coast.

A tailoring classic, the Garstang Jacket is a one button blazer cut from genuine Harris Tweed in a close cropped, slim silhouette. In reference to Norton & Sons traditional craft, it features white stitched detailing at the shoulders and holding its rear vent in place and features a time tested four pocket set up. A very impressive piece from what is shaping up to be one of the most impressive collections for 2013.

  • 100% Pure New Wool Shell
  • Temporary Stitching Across Shoulders and at Vent
  • One Button Closure
  • Four Pocket Set Up
  • Fully Lined
  • Detachable Garment Tag at Sleeve
  • Style Code: MTA0769BL51
New Barbour MTA0769BL51
$530.00 $319.00 (Ex Tax)
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Model is 6'1" with a 38" chest and wears size Medium
  Pit to Pit Back Shoulder Arm
X-Small 20" 28.5" 17.25" 17"
Small 20.25" 29.5" 18" 17"
Medium 20.75" 30" 18" 17.25"
Large 21.5" 31" 18.5" 17.25"
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