The iconic Tattersall check has long been a favourite for Barbour customers. Tattersall describes a check pattern woven into cloth composed of regularly spaced thin strips repeated horizontally to form check squares.
Traditionally used for horse blankets, rugs and saddle cloths, it became synonymous with Tattersalls, the famous bloodstock auction house. Tattersalls was founded in 1773 at ‘the Corner’ in Hyde Park, London which became a fashionable meeting place for the sporting fraternity.
With a focus on Barbour’s long association with Tattersall, this season sees an elegant country collection featuring lightweight jackets with Tattersall linings and trims, soft cotton cashmere knits and check shirts in bright summer colours in a celebration of Barbour’s established country credentials.