Barbour Classic Beaufort Wax Jacket - Men's

Barbour Classic Beaufort Wax Jacket - Men's
Barbour Classic Beaufort Wax Jacket - Men's
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Classic Beaufort Wax Jacket - Men's by Barbour
Bringing timeless design to your countryside adventures, the Barbour Men's Classic Beaufort Wax Jacket offers the weather-resistance, midweight warmth, and functionality required for life beyond urban confines. The Classic Beaufort Wax Jacket features a Sylkoil waxed cotton exterior for moisture-shedding protection when you're traveling along misty coastlines and dewy forests. Staying true to its vintage design, you'll find a two-way front zipper, protective Stormflap, and studded hand pockets with cozy moleskin lining. Keeping you comfortable in chilly conditions, the corduroy collar provides warmth, with the ability to integrate a snap-on hood for extra warmth. Barbor's signature tartan lining adds light insulation alongside unequivocal British style. For greater versatility, there's a quilted liner for greater warmth in freezing temperatures. Another key feature is the rear zippered pocket, which comes in handy for quickly stashing and retrieving daily necessities.

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SKU: BAO0026
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