The latest edition to Barbour's ever expanding range, Dept. (B) takes its name from the department in their South Shields factory that has dealt with bespoke customisation for decades. One of the factors that sets them apart, Barbour have always allowed their customers to specify a piece to their exact needs, by adding in an extra pocket, reinforcement or functional detail to better enable a jacket to be used as a tool to fit a purpose. It is these details which Dept. (B) now focus on, creating an intricately designed range that draws heavily from the past of both Barbour and this very unique department.
Combining two of Barbour's quintessential construction techniques the Dragh Jacket is made from their traditional Waxed Cotton, built with a vertical quilt lining for comfort. In keeping with the theme if customisation that runs through this entire collection, it features wool reinforcements at the shoulders and elbows, stud secured rear vents and a detachable hood and chinguard.