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Barbour Clam Knit, Bordeaux Marl
Barbour Clam Knit, Bordeaux Marl
Barbour Clam Knit, Bordeaux Marl
$ 130.00

Barbour

Barbour Clam Knit, Bordeaux Marl

The Barbour Clam Sweater combines three-colour melange yarn with a bark-stitch structure at the front for a richly textured appearance. Its plain-knit sleeves feature shaping detail, while the grown-on neck has a rolled edge for a stylish finish.

  • 80% wool, 20% polyamide 
  • Small Barbour Beacon enamel disc to centre back
  • Machine washable at 30°C on a gentle cycle
  • Back length: 64–69cm | 25–27"

The Barbour story began in 1894 in the Market Place in South Shields. Today the 5th generation family owned business remains in the read, with Barbour's headquarters located in Simonside, South Shields. Although it sources products from around the globe, Barbour's classic wax jackets are still manufactured by hand in the factory in Simonside and each year over 100,000 jackets are processed via the central, subsidiary and local customer service operations.

In 2004, Barbour began to work with Lord James Percy, in the design and marketing of its flagship shooting clothing range - the Northumberland range. Technically advanced and highly acclaimed in 2005, the Northumberland Range won the Shooting Industry Award for best clothing product, and more recently, the Linhope 3-in-1 won the Shooting Industry Award for best clothing product, 2008. More recently he was involved, alongside Vice Chairman Helen Barbour, in designing the new Barbour Sporting collection launched for Autumn Winter 2011.

Details: 

  • 80% wool, 20% polyamide 
  • Small Barbour Beacon enamel disc to centre back
  • Machine washable at 30°C on a gentle cycle

Size Guide: 

  • Back length: 64–69cm | 25–27"

About Barbour: 

The Barbour story began in 1894 in the Market Place in South Shields. Today the 5th generation family owned business remains in the read, with Barbour's headquarters located in Simonside, South Shields. Although it sources products from around the globe, Barbour's classic wax jackets are still manufactured by hand in the factory in Simonside and each year over 100,000 jackets are processed via the central, subsidiary and local customer service operations.

In 2004, Barbour began to work with Lord James Percy, in the design and marketing of its flagship shooting clothing range - the Northumberland range. Technically advanced and highly acclaimed in 2005, the Northumberland Range won the Shooting Industry Award for best clothing product, and more recently, the Linhope 3-in-1 won the Shooting Industry Award for best clothing product, 2008. More recently he was involved, alongside Vice Chairman Helen Barbour, in designing the new Barbour Sporting collection launched for Autumn Winter 2011.