Just in time for snowmelt and the wet days of spring, Palm Angels and Barbour release their recent collaboration, the Malik Bedale Wax Jacket. Modeled after Barbour’s equestrian-inspired wax jacket, with its three available colorways, this is a highly-visible, utilitarian outerwear for the countryside or city streets. It’s a short, lightweight jacket loaded with four practical pockets to help keep personal items organized and within reach.
The “Malik” is a new version of Barbour’s iconic Bedale Wax Jacket, which dates back to 1980. Praised for its ability to be worn year-round, the Malik Bedale Wax Jacket features 6-ounce Sylkoil Wax, a nylon drip strip, 8-wale cord trimming, and dense cotton lining for warmth. The equestrian-inspired styling of the original Bedale Wax Jacket remains, but it now features the recognizable Palm Angels logo in an edgy, distressed print.
Palm Angels emphasize the importance of clothing as a display of identity, while Barbour focuses on beauty and functionality. This joining of forces between two game-changing brands results in a classically styled Barbour wax jacket with eye-catching colors and with new-age Palm Angels touches. It’s an example of British country practicality meeting street style, and it’s guaranteed to be a hit. Priced at $599, it can be purchased on Barbour’s website.
In other style news, check out Aether Apparel’s Men’s Spring Collection.