A Harrington-inspired lightweight jacket with a distinctive military air. Features rib and cord detailing and Barbour International's Steve McQueen branding pack, which includes four red, white and blue underarm eyelets and a pocket snap. The first Harrington style jackets were made in the 1930s. Elvis popularized the Harrington in his 1958 film, King Creole. Frank Sinatra and yes, Steve McQueen were also photographed in films and their personal lives in Harrington style jackets. I'd say this jacket, in it's soft two-tone colors, would look just about right on McQueen. The Harrington became popular in the 1960s in the UK with the Mods often scooting around London on their Vespas and Lambrettas. This jacket spans generations and cultures and even if you are more of a Rocker than a Mod, it has a place in your wardrobe.
- Outer: 63% polyamide, 37% cotton
- Unlined garment
- Rib and cord features
- Steve McQueen branding to sleeve and placement stud
- Back length: 27–28.5"
- Tailored fit but true to size
- No. MCA0427CR51