Monday, 17 October 2011

Jumper to it then ...






SYNONYMOUS with their quality jackets and outdoor wear, Barbour have jumped to it with their latest jumper ranges.

The new Jacquared jumpers are a superb combination of countryside style and quality with some quality designs showing one man and his dog and his gun.

On anyone else these may look odd, but as it’s a Barbour it goes hand in hand.

The Moor hand cardigan is part of the Heritage range, with shawl neck and chunky knitted wool finish, with two front pockets.

Coming in slim fot the jumper comes in black and cream colours and a green and navy blue with split arm finish and green shawl collar.

These are a great piece and perfect for the cold months ahead.

The Stockman crew neck jumpers are a subtle one colour garment coming in dark stone or navy, there are fabulously simple. This is the perfect example of the devil being in the detail, the subtle wool finish, enhances the rib bottom and comes with elbow pads.

Following the jumpers up are the superb Blyth check shirts.

Hard wearing superbly made, these combine that perfect style and durability of the label.

The red check shirt comes in woven cotton, with a contrast corduroy collar and trimming. The oversized wooden buttons are a delight. Two chest pockets and arm pads finish off a cracker of a shirt.

The Corbridge dark brown shirt comes with a contrast collar in beige corduroy, this is possible the nicest check pattern I have ever seen, it comes with the same elbow patches and also comes in slim fit.

Quality all-round.

Jumper to it then …