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Rowing Blazers x Barbour Cap

Cotton Twill and Corduroy Dad Hat - $55
or 4 interest-free payments of $13.75
by

Rowing Blazers x Barbour Cap

Cotton Twill and Corduroy Dad Hat $55
or 4 interest-free payments of $13.75
by

Notes

Navy blue and sage cotton twill dad hat with satin-stitched Barbour of South Shields logo and brown wide wale corduroy bill. Props not included.

Details

Adjustable corduroy strap in back. Custom R.B. brass hardware. Props not included.

Size & Fit

Adjustable. One size fits most.

About the Collaboration

Rowing Blazers and British heritage outerwear brand Barbour have teamed up for a limited edition collaboration. This capsule is understated, designed as much for the city as the countryside, and built first and foremost for the Japanese customer: it uses a lighter-weight waxed cotton in Barbour’s iconic Beaufort silhouette for the first time ever. The exterior of the jacket combines Barbour’s two most iconic colors, navy and sage, in a single split colorway. The inside features Rowing Blazers’ signature Croquet Stripe pattern for the half-moon lining, while the label made for this collaboration unites our brands and is based on the original “Barbour’s of South Shields” logo. The collection includes a matching split rugby and corduroy-billed hat as well.

“When Barbour approached us about a collaboration, I jumped at it. When I was at Oxford, I spent my ‘free time’ coaching the men’s crews at Oriel College. My default coaching uniform in autumn and spring was my Barbour Beaufort jacket,” says Rowing Blazers founder Jack Carlson. “Traipsing through the wet fields around the boathouse, finding my way through the fog of Christ Church Meadow at zero dark thirty, and driving the coaching launch is the closest I ever came to hunting.”


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