Baracuta is taking their iconic G9 Harrington spring jacket in many different directions -- First it was distressed leather, and now melton wool. This time, Baracuta also switches up its G10 trench coat, offering the signature silhouettes in dark fall shades and warm winter materials.

Melton wool has been used for over two centuries by the British military for their coats and trousers. To aid them in flexibility and comfort, melton wool is always manufactured with high technicality in mind.

For Baracuta, the material shows up in wine, navy and grey, sophisticated and classic colors no man can be without, especially in the cold. The jackets are thicker and more substantial than the original G9 and G10's, but retain Baracuta's signature tartan linings. We wonder how else the British heritage brand will transform their traditional silhouettes in the future. In the meantime, you can shop these new styles now, available for both men and women.

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