What size liner would you recommend to fit a men's ashby jacket size medium. I am searching for a liner in navy blue.
If you want to wear the liner as a gilet aswell, then I would go one size up on jacket size
Date published: 2021-02-24
I have the Ashby in a large, black. Which size should I go for? And, I’m guessing most people buy the same colour liner as the jacket? Thanks
Thanks for your question and interest in our products. We can confirm the size 40 liner would be suitable for a large Ashby Wax Jacket, we would also recommend selecting the same colour as your jacket.
Date published: 2020-12-31
Hi, it is compatible this liner for the Ashby Barbour jacket, with size I should buy for an XL jacket? Thanks!
I would look on the Barbour site to see whether the liner is compatible. I have a 44 Bedale and the liner is a 42, and can be worn by itself or can be zipped into the jacket as a liner. The lining of the liner is the same colour as the jacket lining so works well. Hope that helps.
Date published: 2020-01-27
I have a XL Ashby mens wax jacket. What size would I need and does this fit the Ashby
Thank you for your question and interest in our products. We can confirm that Barbour themselves suggest ordering a size UK 46 zip-in-liner to fit inside an XL Barbour Waxed Jacket. However, please note that depending on the build of the individual it is possible to fall in between sizes for this item. If this is the case, please note that we do offer a 28 day returns/exchange service. https://www.outdoorandcountry.co.uk/returns#enter-order-number If we can be of any further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Date published: 2019-12-30
I’m looking for a quilted liner for my navy Bedale jacket please could you advice me on which one to get have seen one on this website that has the same check lining as the lining in my jacket . Thankyou alyson
I’m not sure I can answer your question directly, but I can give you some pointers. Barbour recommend their A855/A856 for the Bedale, but of Town & Country don’t quote these numbers... Maybe you can find them on the Barbour website or ask Customer Services? Anyway, I bought the quilted waistcoat for my Border (long) jacket, but I wouldn’t heartily recommend it as it’s not brilliantly warm, and it only fixes into the jacket by the zip, so it’s a pain to put on and off. I wear it as a second layer, but don’t zip it in, and so any other brand will also allow this. If you want to zip in, I’d suggest trying a fleece or a baffle waistcoat, as these will be warmer. They don’t have the tartan liner, but this wouldn’t worry me. Of course, another downside of waistcoats is that they don’t cover your arms. I sometimes find that, even if my body is warm, my arms get cold, so (and Barbour won’t thank me for this) I tend to use a thin, North Face baffle liner, which is very thin but very warm. Hope this helps...
Date published: 2021-02-05