Barbour International has represented the thrill of motorcycling since 1936, and these biker-inspired collections celebrate that legacy with style and authenticity.
Barbour's A225 Scrambler one piece racing suit was introduced into the range in 1961 and remained a popular choice for those riding Scrambler bikes right through to the 70s. Scramblers were raced on short, closed off-road tracks with a variety of obstacles and required close fitting suits with plenty of freedom of movement. The A225 provides the inspiration for this season's Modern Scrambler collection. Lightly lined jackets and quilts, fitted close to the body and simply constructed with stealth branding feature throughout.
The Tourer is a luxurious and sophisticated take on British biking in a fashion inspired sports collection. Sophisticated in its execution with detailed trims and heavy profile stitching throughout, Tourer Lux features a range that is stylish, smart and lightweight. Jackets take details from motorcycle garments with pivot sleeves and waist adjusters.