Barbour AW12 Lifestyle collection: Bring on the weather
"Barbour takes pleasure in the autumn and winter months, serving a vigorous retort to cold and wet and worse.
The Lifestyle range comprises Barbour’s easy pieces. Signature fabrics, shapes and details are relaxed into a
stylish collection loaded with favourites for country and town. Winter with a smile on its face. "
Lifestyle - Country Traveller
A sleek and elegant line for the man on the move, internationally or closer to home. The Transport wax jacket uses
classic Barbour fabric combinations, but with clean lines, its two side pockets almost invisible. Longer-line coats
include the Coater, a winter wax that’s ideal for the office. For more cropped, the sleek and popular Chelsea is
offered with a rib collar.
GORE-TEX® helps satisfy anyone with a taste for the technical: the New Drigg is a waterproof, breathable and
warming quilt, complete with Barbour tartan lining.
Lifestyle - Village Green
The Village Green line is relaxed and practical, wonderful for the weekend or a week off. Each piece is archetypal
Barbour, refreshed. The Ashby is your dream wax jacket, a slimmer take on the classic Bedale. The Moran is an
update of the Chelsea sportsquilt, with a distressed Union Jack lining. For smart, take a two-button tailored
jacket. For warm, the Stable jacket in quilted wool. Shirts and knits are enlivened with pop colour. Jersey sweats
and rugby shirts keep it casual.
Lifestyle - Moorland
Rough, tough Barbour coats. Moorland is supreme, extreme outdoors. Heavier weights and functional details ramp up
the protection from cold and damp. Wax jackets take wool tartan linings or quilted interiors. Shirts benefit from
cord trims. A waterproof knit carries fleece in the collar for warmth. For serious technical cover, take the Down
Explorer jacket. Wear with garment-dyed moleskin chinos. And big boots. Beard optional.
The home of Barbour’s shirts and knits, providing style and comfort when the jacket comes off. Sweaters in merino
and lambswool include crew and v neck models, cardigans and zip-thrus. Colours are warm. Keep it simple in storm
grey or brighten up in pink, petrol or rich red. Shirts prefer checks: tattersall and tartan. New this season are
twill and cord trousers.
Established designs such as the Bedale, Beaufort and Border are joined by new icons such as quilt Liddesdales,
tweed tailored jackets and wool/cotton shirts. The foundations of Barbour’s international reputation are collected