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Baracuta started life in Manchester in the 1930s and was founded by brothers John and Isaac Miller. Originally a factory producing rainwear for other British brands, the brothers developed their own brand, starting with the short zippered waterproof. With permission from Lord Lovat, Baracuta used the Fraser tartan as the lining and the silhouette became known as the G9 – better known as the original Harrington jacket. This sartorial classic is named after Rodney Harrington and is a favourite of several British subcultures as well as rock stars and celebrities. The G9 harrington is one of those few items of menswear to achieve genuine icon status. Baracuta now continues to create iconically British outerwear and jackets.