Barbour for Landrover
Last updated on November 15th, 2015 at 12:08 pm
Yes, yet another Barbour collaboration and the second of the last few months, but perhaps the most natural fit if not the most exciting. Two quintessentially British icons and firm favourites of ours here at Average Joes, Barbour and Land Rover, have teamed up to produce a new Autumn/Winter. Introducing: Barbour for Land Rover.
Inspired by the British countryside, Barbour and Land Rover have produced a rugged collection for the modern savvy Joe who demands high standards of workmanship and finish from their clothing. The collection is built around the shared brand characteristics of capability, design, reliability and style.
The collection consists of durable jackets that are complimented by quilts, gilets and a range of wax and wool knits as well as a whole bunch of accessories. Both companies are revered for their all terrain and all-weather resilience and the Autumn/Winter collection provides all that functionality without compromising on style.
Our personal picks are the Carraw Waxed Jacket at £299 and the Falstone Waxed Jacket at £329. The Carrow is a multifunctional weatherproof jacket that features the signature bellowed pockets along with the added luxury of a leather collar. The Falstone comes in statement black with black leather trim to the inner collar, whilst the quilted lining provides extra warmth. Functionality is added to the Falstone with two chest pockets, two bellowed pockets and two vertical zip pockets. Both pieces epitomise the core functionality and luxury values of both the Barbour and Land Rover brands.
Steve Buck, Managing Director of Barbour said, “There is a strong synergy between Barbour and Land Rover – we are both established British brands with years of heritage, renowned for our understated style and synonymous with the British countryside.” We make you right, Steve.
Check out the whole Mens and Womens collections at http://www.barbour.com/landrover and don’t forget the other collection, adidas x Barbour. Busy year huh?