Engineered Garments Reinterprets Barbour International's Motorcycle Heritage

Barbour International has partnered with Engineered Garments for the first time, following on from the New York-based label’s most recent collaboration with Barbour. The new collection builds on Barbour International’s motorcycle heritage, with Daiki Suzuki putting his own spin on a number of classic wax jackets and printed T-shirts.

The wax cotton outerwear arrives in black, with one standout being the Lenox jacket. Inspired by Barbour International’s A7 jacket, the item features chest angled pockets — originally designed for map storage — as well as two large bellows pockets and a wool lining.

Additionally, Barbour International and Engineered Garments have also come together for the lightweight Lincoln jacket, the Harlem wax jacket — which references the label’s motorcycle heritage — and the longer Brookdale Wax Parka. As well as the outerwear, the capsule features the Midtown wax vest and a selection of T-shirts declaring “This is Not a Wax Cotton T-Shirt.”

The full Engineered Garments x Barbour International collection is available now from the Barbour web store and select stockists worldwide.

For more eye-catching outwear, take another look at The North Face Purple Label’s FW21 collection.
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