Since 1894, the craftsmen at Barbour have waged a battle against the elements. Their rugged and iconic waxed jackets are still made in Simonside, on the blustery northwest coast of England, and are famous for their weather-fighting finish. But what about a jacket fit for sunnier days? Enter the Seadale. An update to the classic Bedale riding jacket, it has all the traditional details including a corduroy collar and bellows hip pockets, but it's made from lightweight breathable linen. The result? A springtime jacket that has all the right details without the weight.