+1, looks to me too like a great deal. A lot of the Barbours on eBay are pretty ragged looking. The jacket appears to be a little dry, I would have it rewaxed. About $35 by sending to Barbour.
Looks like a great jacket, but the Northumbria might be a little warm for Texas.Any members selling a Barbour in the 44-46 range on eBay? I have an eBay coupon that is burning a hole in my pocket.
Edit: I was sending messages of offers to a few that were out of my price range, and someone accepted https://www.ebay.com/itm/262113632738 I got this one for $100.00 but I had an ebay coupon for $100.00, so it was free. I have never owned a Barbour, but for South Texas winters I think this should be perfect, did I do okay with this jacket, or is there something that I missed?
It's certainly a little cooler here in DFW, but the snap-in liner is great to have on cool, wet days. I think you got a great buy.Thank you for the reassuring comments, I was a little worried I pulled the trigger prematurely.
I may send it off to Barbour during the summer, but I know its also something that can be done at home, and I did consider that it might be a little bit heavy, but the lining snaps off, and on, and i've heard it said before that our 30F feels colder than most places 10F, due to the winds coming off of the water. The water for us is actually situated to the north, when we get northern winds coming down its coming off of the water.
Must be bad kharma for using a stock photo
Just kidding! Sorry to hear you've got an unlucky pair of shoes. I had something similar happen with a pair of Patriots. I believed they were cursed at the time.
Good luck getting your rocks back
I genuinely think that I have the worst luck when it comes to ebay. It is very seldom that I sell on ebay, if I have things to sell I usually offer it up on the thrift exchange, but because these are 8.5 I figured I would have better luck on ebay. If and when I get these back I would be willing to send them to anyone at AAAC for just the cost of shipping.