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Product number: MWX0018

CLASSIC BEDALE WAX JACKET representing Barbour

The long-selling "BEDALE" that represents the brand was developed in 1980 as a waxed jacket for riding, inspired by the short jackets that were popular in France at the time.
Side vents that do not get in the way when straddling a horse.

Cuff ribs to keep the wind out of the sleeves.
Hand warmer pocket with brushed cotton material inside.
Other features include details such as raglan sleeves and a throat flap at the neck.

BEDALE, which is by far the most popular in Japan, has a lineup of 3 types of fit.
While maintaining the basic design and atmosphere, the pocket size and sleeve specifications have been changed based on different uses and coordination depending on the fit type.
It is important to propose fittings that match the times, respond to the diverse needs of the wearer, and enjoy fashion as a timeless classic. This is proof that Barbour thinks so.

[FABRIC] 6oz Waxed Cotton

Using a medium weight 6oz fabric that is neither too heavy nor too light.
Thick enough to withstand adverse conditions and heavy use while maintaining high water resistance, making it easy to move in all weather conditions.
It can be used for everyday use as street wear, but it can also be worn with long spans.
It is used in many models such as "Videl" and "Beaufort".

Outer fabric: COTTON 100%
Lining : COTTON 100%
Lining (bottom): POLYESTER 100%
Corduroy part : COTTON 100 %
Ribs: ACRYLIC 100%


Length: 40/75.5 cm, 42/78 cm
Bust: 40/125 cm, 42/128 cm
Sleeve length: 40/86 cm, 42/87 cm
Bottom width: 40/63 cm, 42/65 cm

What is Barbour
With a history of over 120 years, Barbour is one of the few British foreign countries that has been awarded three royal warrants. Brand.
1894 Started selling waterproof jackets made from waxed cotton for fishermen and dockworkers in South Shields, northeastern England.
The waxed cotton jacket became a hot topic among workers for its excellent waterproof performance, and it did not take long for the name "Barbour" to spread throughout the UK.
The achievement of supplying waterproof clothing to the British Army during World War I and World War II also increased the reputation of Barbour.
In this way, Barbour has established a solid position as one of Britain's leading outdoor lifestyle brands.
It continues to attract men around the world with its British style and reliable quality that combines tradition and innovation. Barbour's jackets have a rugged and functional design that emphasizes practicality as hunting, fishing, and horseback riding wear, but they are exquisitely combined with a dignified look, and can be used in a wide range of situations, from outdoor activities to business situations. .