The Harrington blouson jacket by Knightsbridge from Great Britain is an absolute classic of the fashion of various subcultures. The checkered lining made of pure cotton makes the typical Harrington style and keeps you warm even in the wind. This model is made of deep black fabric. The jackets from Knightsbridge are wider on both the torso and the sleeves and therefore have the typical bomber jacket look, while the blousons from Real Hoxton are cut narrower and are of even higher quality and more elaborately processed.
A little tutoring of the subculture, because in the pick-up I often get asked questions about the political statement of the Harrington jackets: The skinhead movement originated in a working-class London neighborhood in 1969 and was made up of white 'mods' and black 'rude boys' . They worked together for the proletariat, but were mostly rather apolitical - even if very obviously anti-racist. The look of boots and bomber jackets was typical.