In Barbour’s early days, their vision was to create a wardrobe of clothes for men and women based on the founding principles of quality, durability, attention to detail and fitness for purpose. John Barbour introduced their first collection of men’s shirts in 1914. Barbour shirts became popular not only for those living and working in the countryside but also for city dwellers who quickly recognised their quality and tailoring.
Barbour’s new and exciting Shirt Department offers three categories of shirting to choose from: the Highland Check, Country Check and last but not least the Tartan Originals. The Highland Check offers bold checks in bright colours, whilst the Country Check is in rich colours for elegant and confident style and the Tartan Originals incorporates exclusive tartans combining heritage and modernity.
Shirts in this collection are designed to be worn over jeans for a casual relaxed look or tucked in for a smarter style. Cut to Barbour’s Tailored fit, with tailoring through the body to give a slimmer appearance to the silhouette, these stunning shirts offer a sleeve that is narrower around the biceps for a defined shape to the forearm and cuff.