Barbour and Oxfam to bring pre-loved jackets back to life at Glastonbury

By on Wednesday, March 20, 2024

Barbour and Oxfam have joined forces to bring their charitable rental scheme, Re-Loved, to Glastonbury Festival this year.


The brand has cleaned, re-waxed and refurbished some of their famous garments and reused materials from previous Glastonbury t-shirts and merchandise, bringing their pre-loved jackets back to life this festival season.

If you’re lucky enough to have a ticket, you can rent yours from the Oxfam store for £45, with the option to purchase in full – just in case you can’t part with your new muddy, pebble-dashed companion.

Bucket hats will also be available for £39, with all products coming with a collectable Barbour Re-loved x Glastonbury 2024 pin badge, as well as coming in a selection of sizes and styles.

Barbour’s commercial director and deputy group managing director Paul Wilkinson said: “A key part of circularity is to keep products in use longer, thereby reducing impact per wear and the need for new resources.

“We believe that this rental scheme provides a very affordable and accessible service, enabling customers to easily rent jackets at the festival should the weather be inclement or they just need a coat for chilly evenings.”

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