Barbour Jackets and Barbour Clothes from Philip Morris & Son Online

As a Barbour stockist for over 30 years, Philip Morris & Son have built up an enviable expertise in what is currently one of the hottest British fashion brands.

The traditionally shapeless wax jackets worn by farmers and the country set has taken on a new lease of life in recent years, with cutting edge fit from top designers such as Anya Hindmarch, and inspiration from current trends blended with Barbour’s motorcycle and military jacket heritage to produce some striking and popular styles.

This autumn will see Philip Morris & Son’s biggest ever range of Barbour, with forty percent more styles than in 2010 and featuring styles from the Classic, Contemporary and Sporting ranges, including best sellers such as the men’s Chelsea Quilt and ladies’ Liberty Beadnell Wax jacket.

This means that their customers can select from one of the biggest ranges of Barbour clothing available anywhere in the country.

For Autumn/Winter 2011, they are also proud to be one of Barbour’s elite Partner stockists of the all new Sporting range, a technically outstanding range which takes the product to a whole new level, and for the first time ever sees Barbour team up with Gore-Tex to produce garments of unrivalled performance.

What’s more, you can be the first to get many of these great new styles, as Philip Morris & Son already have many Autumn/Winter 2011 styles in stock, 3 months before they hit the shelves with other stockists.

If you would like to see the full range of Barbour Jackets and Clothes then visit the Philip Morris & Son website or you can give their sales team a ring on 01432 377 089


John Jones in Managing Partner at Philip Morris & Son. As a keen driven game shooter he takes a hands on role in selection and development of the Philip Morris & Son Country Clothing range. With a combination of technical, industry and user knowledge this puts John in a unique position to share his knowledge of the best and worst products available.

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