Initially designed in 1910, Barbour’s Haydon jacket began the brand’s fascination with all things waxed. Affectionately known as ‘Uncle Harry's coat’, the style was created when John Barbour moved from Galloway in the Borders of Scotland to South Shields and set about protecting and clothing the fisherman and merchants of the port and area. Lovingly reproduced in celebration of the label’s 125th anniversary, this three-quarter length piece has a trio of pockets and its oilskin construction is sure to shelter you from inclement conditions.
3 Front Pockets
Style Code: MWX1556OL51