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Härk­ila Pro GTX gaiters RRP: £59.99


Th­ese gaiters are made of strong, hard­wear­ing can­vas, which acts as a solid wall against spiky gorse or bram­bles. The main prob­lem with gaiters is that the bot­tom strap breaks eas­ily but, with the rub­ber strap im­prove­ment, th­ese will stay in place.

Jack Pyke de­coy bag RRP £34.95


A large ca­pac­ity de­coy bag de­signed to fill to the max­i­mum, this is the per­fect choice for any wild­fowler or pi­geon shooter who needs all their kit trans­ported with­out bulk. It is made from tough fab­ric that en­sures the kit is fully pro­tected from wet and abra­sion. Avail­able in two dif­fer­ent camo de­signs.

Lak­sen silk duck tie RRP £55


This soft and vi­brant silk tie is avail­able in a great se­lec­tion of colours with a de­light­ful duck mo­tif. It will com­ple­ment and stand out against shoot­ing jackets. As well as red, it is avail­able in navy, or­ange, racing green and pink.

But­ton-down shirt RRP £49.95


With the au­tumn sea­son in full swing, now is the time to fill your wardrobe with warmer lay­ers. This navy and green checked cot­ton shirt is great for a chilly day out shoot­ing or wild­fowl­ing. It fea­tures a tra­di­tional clas­sic fit and a sin­gle cuff, with a soft feel to the fab­ric for com­fort.

Bis­ley neo­prene camo gloves RRP £24.99


With a fold-back trig­ger fin­ger suit­able for both left- and right-handed Guns, th­ese gloves fea­ture grip-dot palms. The cam­ou­flage ma­te­rial makes them ideal for stalk­ing and get­ting up close to your tar­get with­out be­ing spot­ted. The neo­prene is re­sis­tant to tem­per­a­ture fluc­tu­a­tions so the gloves are ideal for ex­treme weather con­di­tions on the fore­shore too.

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