Barbour International: Icons – Triumph Collection

Barbour International and Triumph, two British names synonymous with motorcycling, have collaborated once again to offer a collection of sharp, inspirational styles…

Date
May 25th 2017
Back again to deliver an authentic biker inspired wardrobe in sharp, masculine, aspirational styles for our latest Spring Summer 17 season, is the Barbour International x Triumph collection. The collection celebrates different eras of motorcycling history; combining nostalgia with modern day wearable pieces holding true biker appeal.
 
 
Triumph Motorcycles, one of the oldest names in motorcycling, is a global success story. Triumph has long produced modern motorcycle classics alongside Scramblers, Urban Sports and Adventure Bikes revered all around the world.
 
Inspired by Barbour’s motorcycle heritage since 1936, Barbour International created the iconic motorcycling suit worn by racing teams across the globe in the '50s, '60s and '70s. For a true biker inspired wardrobe, look no further than these two iconic names in the world of motorcycling.
 
 Discover our latest SS17 Barbour International x Triumph collection.
 
In the 1960's, stripped down desert bikes with high level exhausts and dirt bike tyres were being used for recreational fun and trials competitions most notably by Steve McQueen and the US team in the 1964 International Six Days Trial.
 
The Triumph Scrambler Bike was built to evoke this spirit of freedom and escape. This provides inspiration for this season’s Barbour International x Triumph collection.
 
 Pictured our B.Intl Tiger Tee.
 
Lightweight waxes, over washed garments for a vintage biker look, and new leathers take pride of place in a colour palette of indigo, stone and navy. Sweats celebrate the different eras of motorcycling history, and tees take archive Triumph motifs in a collection that combines nostalgia into modern day wearable pieces with the true biker appeal.
 
Delve into the Barbour International x Triumph SS17 collection now online and in-store.