Barbour Liddesdale Navy Jacket £64.04 @ Country Attire (with code)
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Barbour Liddesdale Navy Jacket £64.04 @ Country Attire (with code)

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Found 27th Jan
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flash2k1 m ago

I THINK IS QUIET THIN FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR

Built in soundproofing?
that is an ugly jacket.
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The guy in the picture is looking at a better looking jacket.
Only for pretentious folks who like to think they're well heeled.
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I THINK IS QUIET THIN FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR
flash2k1 m ago

I THINK IS QUIET THIN FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR

Built in soundproofing?
These any good
I TRIED and is kind of out of shape and bought other one
Edited by: "flash2k" 27th Jan
I think he means it’s designed for stealthiness. I imagine this jacket will be whisper quiet when worn during any moderate activity. Expect heat from all the would-be ninjas on hukd!
Great just ordered 2 jackets 🖒
Why two?
that is an ugly jacket.
One for the 'premium brand mugs'.
Only for pretentious folks who like to think they're well heeled.
Cheese heads seem to wear these if I'm not correct?
Edited by: "snappyfish" 27th Jan
Horrible jacket.
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Besford49 m ago

One for the 'premium brand mugs'.

or for people who like quality coats with great customer service from Barbour
No idea if it's great quality, but if folk are buying this to look good they're seriously deluded. Ugly.
This is a budget jacket
ashbath21 h, 15 m ago

or for people who like quality coats with great customer service from …or for people who like quality coats with great customer service from Barbour


I'd agree with all three of those reasons to buy, but the comments in this thread don't support the view that this jacket has them.

A quality product may deserve the Barbour badge but putting the Barbour badge on a product doesn't make it a quality one.

Barbour is one of those traditional British high quality companies which has stretched their excellent name to cover a much wider range of goods: it's called brand extension and may make commercial sense as long as their reputation isn't damaged (see Hunter wellies!). It seems that their traditional products have maintained their quality and service reputation but you can't just assume that every Barbour product does. From Wikipedia:

"While some of the waxed cotton jackets are still manufactured in Simonside, South Shields, most of the other products are manufactured outside the United Kingdom."

It was only £88.95 to start with which should be a clue as that's almost free gift territory for Barbour!

Buy for what the product is, not for the brand name slapped on it, hence my comment.
Edited by: "Besford" 28th Jan
If its not british made barbour then don't bother. I wouldn't buy barber online tbh. They sell a lot of tat nowadays. Best off buying from independent retailers which specialise in high end brands as opposed to the likes of debenhams and high street chains as most of their barbour stuff is the bad quality foreign made stuff.
Not a bad price. I generally love Barbour because even for the non waxed stuff made overseas, it has a lot of quality control.

Not long back I bought 1 of their wax jackets for nearly £200. Yes a lot of money but it's going to last me a very long time (I expect over 10 years). At that point I can just send it back to Barbour and pay for them to do any repairs.

In comparison, I have bought many coats before of a similar style costing just £50 at most from high street names (primark, h&m, topman and new look). In less than a year the material started ripping, pocket linings ripped (so change will fall through and end up somewhere round the back of the coat) and as it's cheaply made in china or India, the only thing to do was bin it and buy another. So technically that's £200 in high street coats in just 4 years.

Same with the shoes. I wear lace up boots and from high street names these are around £30 a pair. In less than a year the laces rip, lace holes split and the death of them comes when the sole splits. Compare that to a similar looking Barbour pair of boots and although they might cost £80 or more initially, 5 years later and a lot of people have said the shoes are in great condition still.

Whatever people think, there's no denying that Barbour is a fashionable brand these days. Just like anything at the front of fashion though, you either love it or hate it.

As for this jacket. It's certainly not the best looking they make but is more of an entry level piece. Buy it, wear it, get used to the feel and style and then invest in a more expensive, long term jacket.
Quilted jackets MUST go out of fashion at some point surely? I’ve put off buying one for about 10 years now.
Is this lining comes with a top coat?
Besford4 h, 1 m ago

One for the 'premium brand mugs'.


It's not a premium brand.

Its mid-tier at best.

belstaff superior (but more expensive)
Edited by: "Andrew299" 27th Jan
Andrew29935 m ago

It's not a premium brand. Its mid-tier at best.belstaff superior (but more …It's not a premium brand. Its mid-tier at best.belstaff superior (but more expensive)


Hmm - depends what your criteria are I suppose, but Belstaff has moved further from its roots towards fashion and isn't even British any more. Are you using 'more expensive' as your measure of 'superior'?

"In 2011, The Labelux group acquired Belstaff and repositioned it as an English heritage brand centred on luxury sportswear. Tommy Hilfiger was brought in as a business consultant. In July 2014, along with Jimmy Choo and Bally, Belstaff was fully integrated into its parent group JAB Luxury GmbH. JAB management now directly oversee the brand." Wikipedia
Besford24 m ago

Hmm - depends what your criteria are I suppose, but Belstaff has moved …Hmm - depends what your criteria are I suppose, but Belstaff has moved further from its roots towards fashion and isn't even British any more. Are you using 'more expensive' as your measure of 'superior'?"In 2011, The Labelux group acquired Belstaff and repositioned it as an English heritage brand centred on luxury sportswear. Tommy Hilfiger was brought in as a business consultant. In July 2014, along with Jimmy Choo and Bally, Belstaff was fully integrated into its parent group JAB Luxury GmbH. JAB management now directly oversee the brand." Wikipedia


Actually I'm basing it upon the quality. I've owned both brands and there's no comparison. Durability and quality of materials. There are a few exceptions (people with much older models of Barbour coats), but the non-core traditional range of Barbour coats are poor (design and quality) and the newly made versions of Barbours "classics" are worse in quality now too.

putting Barbour's international next to Belstaff's Roadmaster highlights this. The quality of the latter is far better. But yes you pay more.

also yes belstaff have a fashion range (so do barbour...) but have the core classic coats and still the professional Biker range
Edited by: "Andrew299" 27th Jan
Andrew2994 h, 20 m ago

It's not a premium brand. Its mid-tier at best.belstaff superior (but more …It's not a premium brand. Its mid-tier at best.belstaff superior (but more expensive)


Have to disagree a little with you -

Sadly I've found Belstaff quality has dropped since now becoming more of a "fashion" brand - quality has plummeted whilst prices have rocketed.

Have a much loved and heavily used 10/12 year old Roadmaster which is still going strong. However, another one I bought 6 years ago the lining has worn through with much, much less use - the belt and cuffs are fraying also.

As much as I love their waxed jackets, prices have become ridiculous in comparision to the quality - £595 on their website! They have also become very sneaky - they constantly change the button configuarations and/or popper buttons so you can't use previous seasons Belstaff liners in newer jackets!
Edited by: "getcarter" 27th Jan
These are ugly, the fit is ridiculous
Hey you, you’re coat is ugl... oh wait it’s Barbour, it’s stunning where did you get it ?
mikered1237 h, 4 m ago

Hey you, you’re coat is ugl... oh wait it’s Barbour, it’s stunning where di …Hey you, you’re coat is ugl... oh wait it’s Barbour, it’s stunning where did you get it ?


Thank you for making me choke on beer (to a point of it fizzing out of my nose). Note to self: Avoid swigging beverages while reading HUKD comments in future.
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