A Look Inside the Barbour Headquarters


Barbour‘s legacy has been passed down for over five generations, starting with the first oil cloth jacket produced by John Barbour in 1894. Barbour’s waxed cotton jackets have since become world-renowned, and the line has expanded to a complete brand with a dedicated following. Despite Barbour’s impressive success, the brand still seems to remain faithful to its winning formula for construction, evidenced by a recent visit to its South Shields, England headquarters. With a dedication to quality, the brand still produces their goods through raw materials and hand sewing – a novelty in an age of mass production. The brand also provides a “Repair Service” for its customers, adopting and fixing approximately 14,000 jackets per year. Enjoy an insider look at Barbour’s Headquarters above.

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