— Sun, 25th April 2010 —

For over 100 years, Barbour has been making waterproof gear for British royalty and citizens alike. More recently, its products have attracted the attention of a new generation — along with brands like J. Crew — thanks to a renewed interest in classic, quality menswear products. Its trademark waxed-cotton jackets — which well-healed gents will maintain for decades — are available in several styles from British Army commando coats to equestrian riding jackets, and typically run from $300-to-$400.

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