- February 16th 2016
Barbour’s collaboration with Japanese brand White Mountaineering continues for the Spring Summer season, with a collection rich in lightweight waxes, alongside shirts, overshirts, shorts and tees with fishing inspired graphics.
The collection draws inspiration from coarse fishing - a leisure close to Barbour's maritime heritage. An exclusively designed fish camo adds distinction to linings in jackets in bold reds and blues and is used as an all over print in the Manu Short Sleeved Shirt, as well as in bags and accessories.
Lightweight knitwear, shorts and the unique Komi Tee with its fishing reel graphics in navy and ecru marl, complement the collection to create a wardrobe of clothes designed for sophisticated style.
Fabrics are skilfully combined in garments packed with fine detail, making each one a voyage of discovery. The two tone hooded longer length Barbour Grayling jacket with its pocket features and the shorter ultra lightweight Kitefin Casual jackets are the stand out pieces in the collection.
“When I was a child, my father always wore Barbour to go fly fishing. This was the first time I became familiar with Barbour and I have used these memories as the inspiration for this collection. I have incorporated Barbour’s heritage into the functional design of White Mountaineering to create a new and very special image for Barbour's fishing wear with this collection.”
Yosuke Aizawa, Designer of White Mountaineering
Update your summer wardrobe with the Barbour x White Mountaineering Collection, now available online and in-store.