Daniel Craig "Skyfall" - barbour jacket

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Daniel Craig "Skyfall" - barbour jacket

Postby diaboliq » Thu Sep 06, 2012 2:19 am

http://www.jamesbondlifestyle.com/produ ... 5925417366

James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears a Barbour "X To Ki To" Beacon Heritage Sports Jacket in the movie SkyFall. The jacket can already be spotted on the cover photo of Bond on Set: Filming SkyFall and very briefly in the SkyFall trailer. Bond wears the jacket in Scotland, where it fits well in the environment, especially together with his Anderson Wheeler double rifle and Aston Martin DB5. Director Sam Mendes said that he wanted a 1960s feel in those scenes, and the Barbour jacket adds to this look.

The Barbour tailored sports jacket made from 6oz Sylkoil wax with the classic Barbour tarten lining. The jacket has a single welted chest pocket with two lower bellowed pockets, and two lower back poacher pockets. Other features include a removable articulated hood which Bond seems to have removed. This jacket is only available in Olive color, product code MWX0364OL71.

The jacket is part of the Beacon Heritage collection, a collaboration between Barbour and Japanese designer Tokihito Yoshida. The collection is inspired by Barbour’s sporting, motorcycling and military past and offers a range of jackets, knitwear and shirts.

Watch the videopodcast The Jackets of SkyFall for more info on the jackets.


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Re: Daniel Craig "Skyfall" - barbour jacket

Postby Kt Templar » Tue Feb 05, 2013 3:28 pm

For those on a budget, I stumbled across a clone of sorts in Tesco in the UK. OK it's not a copy, but it's closeish and has the vibe. It's a buffed cotton. The best part... it costs £32.

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