Barbour Spring Summer 2011 Mailorder Catalogue

Barbour Spring Summer 2011 Mailorder Catalogue

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Welcome to Barbour’s spring summer 2011 collection brought to you by Outdoor & Country. This spring Barbour are celebrating the real British summer, a summer where sunshine competes with rain, where a lightweight Mac is wisdom itself on a trip to the city, where a Duralinen jacket is the perfect companion for a stay in a country house. Barbour have brought this collection to life with vivid colours, their famous quilts come in a rainbow of colours and have been given a lightweight makeover ready for the summertime. They have used climbing roses and contrast linings, washed out tee’s and an array of checks to make this range burst into life. The Barbour wardrobe has played around with Duralinen – Barbour’s utterly chic wet look fabric, creating hats and bags from this fabulous material. It has also used the Liberty of London print; not only in their infamous waxed jackets but to give bags and hats a classic garden chic look. BarbourByMail.co.uk is the only website in the UK offering the complete selection of Barbour’s four collections: Classic, Contemporary, Heritage and Sporting. We believe you will find an unrivalled range of products both here in our catalogue and on our website. As always, these garments are beautifully crafted with every attention to fabric, shape and detail and are sold with Barbour’s legendary guarantee and aftercare service. Outdoor & Country are Britain’s biggest independent Barbour online retailer – this catalogue is only a taster – visit our dedicated Barbour website BarbourByMail.co.uk to browse the whole collection, including the Heritage collection which is available online and in our retail stores.

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