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Barbour Sale @ Land Rover - up to 70% OFF

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You don't have to have a Land Rover - but it probably helps BE READY FOR ADVENTURE, RELAXATION AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN WITH STYLISH AND PRACTICAL CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES FROM BARBOUR FOR LAND ROVE… Read More
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2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago
You don't have to have a Land Rover - but it probably helps

BE READY FOR ADVENTURE, RELAXATION AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN WITH STYLISH AND PRACTICAL CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES FROM BARBOUR FOR LAND ROVER. NOW WITH UP TO 70% OFF.
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sam_of_london
No hoodies , dont even look nice, just buying the brand name.


"No hoodies".... don't worry mate, they are definitely not trying to attract your sort lol
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Error440
Toff clothing!, do you get a free pair of wellies and a dog to go with it?(No lead for the dog obviously and no poo bags one cannot risk getting ones hands dirty)


I didn't realise that not using a lead or clearing up your dogs poo was a toff thing - our council estate must be full of the aristocracy....
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1 Like #1
I had one up until 6 months ago but never knew they sold Barbour.Good deal.
#2
Lot of options are already sold out.
#3
I don't need anything here but hot!
4 Likes #4
Good discounts, but the 'before' prices are very high, unless there's something extra special about the 'Land Rover' Barbour stuff.

Regular Barbour jackets are usually about £150-300.
1 Like #5
Free delivery over £30 and free returns too. Nice spot.
6 Likes #6
Hideous.
#7
Quality jackets / coats.
#8
No hoodies , dont even look nice, just buying the brand name.
1 Like #9
sam_of_london
No hoodies , dont even look nice, just buying the brand name.
No hoodies. X) Haha. Barbour atleast has real heritage and screams quality.
4 Likes #10
Some of the worst looking barbour stuff I've seen. rrp on these is ridic as well.
3 Likes #11
dezontk
sam_of_london
No hoodies , dont even look nice, just buying the brand name.
No hoodies. X) Haha. Barbour atleast has real heritage and screams quality.
Nothing more than big brand name and ridiculous prices.
Look like wearing waxed rags from the last century.
#12
sam_of_london
dezontk
sam_of_london
No hoodies , dont even look nice, just buying the brand name.
No hoodies. X) Haha. Barbour atleast has real heritage and screams quality.
Nothing more than big brand name and ridiculous prices.
Look like wearing waxed rags from the last century.

I don't like them myself either personally, yes it is expensive but an item of quality clothing comes with that price
2 Likes #13
Those rrp prices made me laugh
1 Like #14
Toff clothing!, do you get a free pair of wellies and a dog to go with it?

(No lead for the dog obviously and no poo bags one cannot risk getting ones hands dirty)
42 Likes #15
sam_of_london
No hoodies , dont even look nice, just buying the brand name.


"No hoodies".... don't worry mate, they are definitely not trying to attract your sort lol
2 Likes #16
Error440
Toff clothing!, do you get a free pair of wellies and a dog to go with it?

(No lead for the dog obviously and no poo bags one cannot risk getting ones hands dirty)

What a pathetic attempt at a pathetic stereotype.
2 Likes #17
Go to the outlet in jarrow cheap as anything
1 Like #18
robertoegg
Error440
Toff clothing!, do you get a free pair of wellies and a dog to go with it?
(No lead for the dog obviously and no poo bags one cannot risk getting ones hands dirty)
What a pathetic attempt at a pathetic stereotype.

Hit a nerve did i?
#19
thanks OP, although most sizes were gone on the wax jackets, I have been looking for a quality bomber jacket for a while and found a navy one for under 60 pounds..also took a punt on the tan wax raincoat.. probably gonna return that one though! ;-) all these other neigh sayers make me laugh where else do you get a quality jacket for under 150 quid nowadays.. maybe back in 1995 or you can get a POS quality one from Sports Direct/M & M Direct if that's your kinda thing!
#20
Makes a change from Nike air max and friends
1 Like #21
RRP are a tad high. Barbour is not a cool brand, tbh more for middle aged people with no fashion sense.
3 Likes #22
Rednirah
RRP are a tad high. Barbour is not a cool brand, tbh more for middle aged people with no fashion sense.


http://1.darkroom.shortlist.com/980/8979a6c0775aa2b4d709e34bf64ee4c8:71fd2293c701e8e0a9b7ad49c09d44bd/the-rambler
1 Like #23
Barbour has gone the same route as Land Rover, when I started farming in the eighties both were for hard work - now there fashion based.
#24
itsjonboyok
Barbour has gone the same route as Land Rover, when I started farming in the eighties both were for hard work - now there fashion based.

Isn't that the way everything goes look at doc martins now
3 Likes #25
I think some of the comments above are more than a little harsh on Barbour: it is a high end and very well made brand that is very different from the low cost fashion garments that come and go (the comment about hoodies was quite funny...). I still have the Barbour waxed cotton jacket I bought new in 1982 (I think it cost about £100 then, so hardly surprising that a similar item would be about £500 now). It has been re-proofed 3 or 4 times and has lots of repairs, but I still use it for occasional shooting days. How many hoodies will be around in 35 years I wonder?
I've added some heat, and would have bought something but unfortunately the larger sizes were out of stock in the jackets I liked.
#26
We have a Barbour outlet shop at Freeport Castleford that's really cheap..
#27
othen
I think some of the comments above are more than a little harsh on Barbour: it is a high end and very well made brand that is very different from the low cost fashion garments that come and go (the comment about hoodies was quite funny...). I still have the Barbour waxed cotton jacket I bought new in 1982 (I think it cost about £100 then, so hardly surprising that a similar item would be about £500 now). It has been re-proofed 3 or 4 times and has lots of repairs, but I still use it for occasional shooting days. How many hoodies will be around in 35 years I wonder?
I've added some heat, and would have bought something but unfortunately the larger sizes were out of stock in the jackets I liked.

I doubt your new barbour will last as long now though, the quality sadly to say isn't there and the prices as silly

its a shame as its a local south shields company, but like everything now the quality isn't as good as it used too be more fashion now

Similar to hunter wellies they used to be good but new one terrible and customer services matches it now.

I bought a new pair in sale £55 normally £155, and no not them glossy wellies you see a festivals they no better than Dunlop, well not a patch on wellies I had bought in 80s and still use.

they all gone for the fashion stakes
#28
Great deal but unfortunately L and XL are in the main sold out.
1 Like #29
skemo
Go to the outlet in jarrow cheap as anything


Not when I last visited it wasn't - most of the prices were normal retail prices, other than a very limited amount of "proper" clearance stuff.
20 Likes #30
Error440
Toff clothing!, do you get a free pair of wellies and a dog to go with it?(No lead for the dog obviously and no poo bags one cannot risk getting ones hands dirty)


I didn't realise that not using a lead or clearing up your dogs poo was a toff thing - our council estate must be full of the aristocracy....
#31
ilikewatch
skemo
Go to the outlet in jarrow cheap as anything
Not when I last visited it wasn't - most of the prices were normal retail prices, other than a very limited amount of "proper" clearance stuff.

Normal retail prices when i've been too. Fenwicks event or Metrocentre House of Fraser sale is usually where you'll find reduced Barbour coats locally. Still made in the UK by people not working for a bowl of rice a day.

Edited By: monkeyhanger75 on May 10, 2017 08:15
#32
Destard
Those rrp prices made me laugh

Yes, they have the decimal point in the wrong place.
#33
skemo
Go to the outlet in jarrow cheap as anything
Not always. I've seen Barbour jackets much cheaper in quite a few shops around the north east. I find the factory shop overpriced.
1 Like #34
Jonnyblock
Hideous.

Certainly not designed by Paul Smith.

Even the models can't wear some of the items well.

It's the kind of deal you could talk yourself into until you see the pictures.
#35
LOL at £139 RRP for a barbour polo sweat shirt!!!!
If you told me you picked it up for £3.99 in Tescos I wouldn't flinch.
#36
Great find OP, would never have thought to look there (despite being a Land Rover owner!)

And never mind all of the fashion moguls who have stuck their beaks in for no reason.
#37
ilikewatch
skemo
Go to the outlet in jarrow cheap as anything


Not when I last visited it wasn't - most of the prices were normal retail prices, other than a very limited amount of "proper" clearance stuff.


I got a coat for £40 and leather boots for £30 always been loads when I've been must just be luck of the draw
#38
i wouldn't pay the rrp and some of those are overdesigned, but hot deals for those who like them. at least they don't have a massive BARBOUR label slapped across them like so much i see people wearing.
#39
When you notice chavs that:
7 years prior were sporting Superdry and Lyle & Scott
6 years prior were sporting North Face
5 years prior were sporting Luke 1977
Etc

Are now sporting Barbour. You know it's no longer a good brand.
#40
ilikewatch
Error440
Toff clothing!, do you get a free pair of wellies and a dog to go with it?
(No lead for the dog obviously and no poo bags one cannot risk getting ones hands dirty)
I didn't realise that not using a lead or clearing up your dogs poo was a toff thing - our council estate must be full of the aristocracy....

I've not seen any council estate that compares to chiswick park or Chelsea in terms of crap and if you goto Chiswick park in the morning its full of these strange creatures called toffs all standing about chatting while their dogs run amok, theres more dog poo bins then rubbish bins in that park and even free poo bag dispensers yet they still don't bother.

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