The latest collaboration from Barbour and Engineered Garments! Vintage style Type 5 Jacket with washed aging.

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2 years ago
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UK outdoor brand Barbour are well known for their waterproof jackets using paraffin wax treated fabrics while Engineered Garments originating from N.Y for their modern interpretation of American classics. The latest collaboration from the two giants of the fashion industry has been released to much anticipation.

True vintage aging that mirrors prolonged years of use.

Washed Cowen Casual     ¥58300

This is the fourth collaboration beteen the two brands and classic models from their archives with 5 new designs. The product is wash processed to give the waxed cloth a true vintage aesthetic that seems like it has been used for many years.

Washed Graham Casual     ¥57200

‘Graham’ is one of Barbour’s best selling classics and has previously been iterated on by Engineered Garments, and this time the silhouette is shorter and looser fitting than the original. The flap pockets on the waist have also been removed, evolving into a simpler more rugged image.

Washed Upland Casual     ¥57200

‘Upland’ uses a gusseted flap pocket with good storage capacity to make it useful for outdoor activity. Even though it has an elegance and refinement that is appropriate for any situation, the tangible feeling of the snap buttons helps to keep it grounded and resounding.

Washed Warby Casual     ¥71500

The ‘Warby’ adds military essence to a hunting smock design. It is finished with large pockets that make it very functional for outdoors adventuring. It can match a wide array of styles regardless of the inner so it will definitely be a versatile item.

Washed Highland Parka     ¥71500

This latest collaboration that focuses on modern updates is highly anticipated and will likely be harder to obtain than pervious series. The Engineered Garments store in Aoyama, Tokyo has stocked the collection since February 1st so you should check it out if you have the chance!


■ENGINEERED GARMENTS    http://nepenthes.co.jp/topics/825/825.html

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