The Barbour International Motorcycle Jacket was worn by every British National Motorcycle Team from 1936-1977. At the T.T. Isle of Man Race in 1965 over 95% of all competitors wore a Barbour International Motorcycle Jacket, no matter what country they represented. This motorcycle jacket is indeed a part of motorcycle history and can be seen on many of the all time greats. Sammy Miller, Phil Reed and Steve McQueen to name a few.
Motorcyclists have sworn by their Barbour Internationals for decades. During WW II the Barbour Jacket became the official Submarine Commanders coat and on the battle fields of Europe many a soldier prepared to defend Queen and country proudly wearing their Barbour.
100% Waxed Cotton 100% Cotton Barbour Tartan lining Slanted ISDT Trials Card Pocket Optional Snap in Wool Liner Brass Zippers and Snaps Weatherproof
Out of stockA multi-pocket men's belted motorcycle jacket with American flag lining. Distressed finish 8oz heavyweight wax jacket inspired by the A7 jacket. This motorcycling garment features the original international label and the I.S.D.T. team badge on the left-hand side.Two bellows pockets, one angled chest map pocket, internal Velcro fastening pocket. Men's belted motorcycle jacket in olive. Waxed cotton outer, pure cotton lining. Sponge clean. Learn More