Driving jacket
Driving jacket
Horse Riding jacket
Horse Riding jacket
Motorcycle Riding jacket
Motorcycle Riding jacket
Bicycle jacket
Bicycle jacket
Condor Paris Galibier, reissued 1947 design by Harry Rensch
Condor Paris Galibier, reissued 1947 design by Harry Rensch
Jaguar D-Type Le Mans 24 Hours 1955 winner
Jaguar D-Type Le Mans 24 Hours 1955 winner
Norton 500mx, 1962
Norton 500mx, 1962
Thomas Sutherland After St. Patrick, Aquatint of the Winner 1820 after the painting by John Frederick Herring I, 1825
Thomas Sutherland After St. Patrick, Aquatint of the Winner 1820 after the painting by John Frederick Herring I, 1825

One of the latest Barbour special collaborative projects celebrates all traditional 20th century types of transport and movement of the man. The collection of specially themed jacket by this great British brand in collaboration with Japanese designer Tokido Yoshida represent ultimate research for perfect function and shape of the jacket for concrete use.

Beacon "TO KI TO" collection from Barbour is the next step of the company for adapting its traditional but very precise style for the new, younger and more fashionable audience. The collection comprises Driving Wax jacket, Bicycle Wax jacket, Horse Riding jacket and Motorcycle Riding jacket. Cuttings of the all jackets were made especially for their activities. The result is complete collection for the better movement on this earth.

For us is this collection one of the best enterprise of the last year. So we have created this special picture editorial, in which we assign to every jacket real nice means of transport. We have picked out from the classic era of the transport, when Barbour was very popular jacket for motorcycle racing, for example. Jaguar D-Type and 24 hours Le Mans winner, the reissue of the Paris Galibier bike, which was designed in 1940s by Harry Rensch, classic England horse riding or great Norton 500mx are the best accompanies for these Barbour jackets.