Get Steve McQueen and James Dean’s Favourite Jacket Before it Disappears
As we all know, the guys at Huckberry know style when they see it. So it’s no surprise at all that the guys have stocked one of and if not the most iconic jackets on planet earth. For the first time, the Baracuta G9 jacket is available online for $449 USD.
For those of you thinking Baracuta G9, sounds familiar well this iconic English-made jacket is a replica of the original Harrington jacket. The original Harrington jacket went viral thanks to a couple of icons including Frank Sinatra, Steve McQueen, Tom Hardy, James Dean and more. Originally designed as a sportswear jacket, the sturdy and iconic Harrington silhouette is simply timeless, so it’s hardly surprising that it’s transformed into the classic piece we see today.
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Crafted in England, the Baracuta G9 jacket is made from a water-resistant blend of cotton and polyester. The sturdy classic jacket features a long-lasting double zipper and front flap handwarmer pockets with tortoise buttons.
The G9 Jacket utilizes Baracuta’s classic two-button collar, fine rib cuffs, waistband, and inner collar which all insure a precise fit and classic silhouette. Baracuta replicates and celebrates the original Harrington jacket all the way down to the small details. Such as the exclusive breathable Fraser tartan lining along with the umbrella-inspired back vent which prevents excess heat.
The Baracuta G9 jacket is available in four colourways, including Tangerine, Tawny Port and Racing Green as well as the original and classic Navy colourway for $449 USD. The Baracuta G9 has a regular jacket fit, thanks to its precise fit and classic silhouette. So when purchasing choose your usual size.
Buy the Baracuta G9 (Navy) Tangerine Tawny Port Racing Green
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