It was through the rainwear needed in rainy Manchester that Baracuta was born, towards the end of the 19th century. Initially making outerwear for the likes of Burberry and Aquascutum, the Baracuta company eventually branched out with its own brand. In 1937 John and Isaac Miller began making the original Baracuta G9 jacket at their Chorlton Street factory in Manchester. While they had made their name with rainwear, the G9 came to define the brand.

The Baracuta G9 Harrington Jacket is a true modern classic, worn by innumerable style icons from Elvis to Steve McQueen. The jacket has been adopted by a vast array of post-war subcultures, from British mods and skinheads to American Ivy League students. The jacket's key design features include the Fraser tartan lining, 'umbrella' shoulder and two-button collar. A truly great British brand, Baracuta continues to make its jackets in England to this day.
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