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Ladies in the field 2017 – Croots Helmsley cartridge bag

Croots Helmsley cartridge bag

Helmsley tweed cartridge bag from croots – RRP £148

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Croots have been making the finest, hand-crafted sporting accessories since the 1970s, when founders John and Margaret Smith decided to turn their hands to creating the highest quality sporting luggage. Influenced by our closeness to renowned shooting country, our unique designs, beautifully made from the best materials, are as well received and sought after today as they were then.

The exquisite hand-crafted products are born from many things – craftsmanship, heritage and proximity to some of the world’s most magnificent country estates, the insistence on only ever using the best materials, and commitment to creating the finest fieldsports accessories and luggage.

All these things come together in Malton, the picturesque market town we call home, and a gateway to the shooting grounds of the magnificent North York Moors. This is where the family-run company still produces every Croots item under one roof.

See the Country Collection on show at The Game Fair this year on Gunmakers Row. Full details of the products, prices and stockists are available on the website.


For more information about National Ladies' Shooting Day, visit shotgunandchelseabunclub.co.uk



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