It all started in pre-war Manchester, England in 1937 by the Miller brothers, John and Isaac. The Baracuta factory first began creating premium quality raincoats and outerwear. The brand has since become renowned for being the original manufactures of the original Harrington jacket, a garment that has been worn by everyone, from rock legends and movie icons to sports heroes. The likes of which include Elvis Presley in the 1958 movie King Cerole and Steve McQueen on the cover of Life Magazine in April 1963. In fact, it was Ryan O'Neal who gave the jacket its unique name; he starred as Rodney Harrington in a 1964 TV show titled Peyton Place. The G9 Archive jacket is rich in history but mostly it is rich in timeless style, as a garment that has stood the test of time for over 80 years, it is without a doubt the staple piece for every man's wardrobe.