A casual, Harrington-style men's jacket with ribbing to the hem and cuff. The front zip fastens through to a stand collar with needlecord inner, while two zipped welt pockets keep the detailing neat. The first Harrington style jackets were made in the 1930s. Elvis popularized the Harrington in his 1958 film, King Creole. Frank Sinatra and Steve McQueen were also photographed in films and their personal lives in Harrington style jackets. Color: Lt. Sand.
- 100% polyamide (PU coated) outer
- 100% polyamide lining
- Large-scale Dress Tartan yoke lining
- Needlecord inner collar
- Barbour logo to left-hand welt pocket
- Back length: 27–28.5"
- Tailored fit but true to size
- No. MCA0412SN31