NEW – “The Peat” From Maude & Fox

The New men’s tweed shooting gilet from Maude & Fox – “The Peat”.

With spring just around the corner, quintessentially British tweed clothing brand, Maude & Fox launches ‘The Peat’ Mens Shooting Gilet in a peaty brown British herringbone tweed from Yorkshire. Picking up on spring layering trends this beautifully crafted gilet is perfect for adding warmth to an outfit, on top of a shirt or under a jacket in addition to its use as a shooting garment. Also suitable for winter with underlayers.

The Peat shooting gilet

‘The Peat’ is all about comfort, quality and practicality as well as style. Featuring suede shoulder pads for shooting comfort and suede trims to pockets, hem and collar for durability. The Peat also dips down at the back to keep out chilly blasts of air and has a high collar to protect against the elements. The very strong 2 way zip is a must and the large pockets have been designed with a bottom gusset to create extra space for cartridges.
The gilet is lined with 2 layers of fleece for warmth and comfort.

Sue Longmore, founder and head of creative at Maude & Fox comments: “Spring is the perfect time of year for our gilets and I’m sure ‘The Peat’ is going to become a firm favourite amongst our male customers as it is so practical, and will be the most comfortable item you’ll ever put on.”        

Maude & Fox sets itself apart from the crowd by being completely British in tweed, design and attitude.

Using British tweed all garments are designed, hand-cut and made by the Maude & Fox team in rural Dorset and the UK.  With customers all over the country returning to Maude & Fox for new designs and custom amendments the brand is now shipping worldwide and bespoke twists can be made to the ready to wear range by request.

‘The Peat’ retails at £ 320.00

Maude & fox will be at the British Shooting show 2019. To see their collection of urban country chic clothing range vist their stand, D16.

By |2019-02-08T11:24:24+00:00February 8th, 2019|British Shooting Show, Clothing, Gamekeeping, Gundogs, Shooting News UK|0 Comments

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