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Ladies in the field 2017 – Woodcock & Snipe shooting jacket

woodcock and snipeFrancesca shooting jacket – £295

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Based in Cumbria within easy access of some of the finest shooting the UK has to offer, Woodcock & Snipe has developed its products for active use in the field.

For the Francesca jacket, our brand ambassadors and product developers have put it through its paces on top grouse estates in Scotland, and pheasant and partridge drives in England and Wales.

Made entirely in the UK from the finest British fabrics, you can choose your product ‘off the peg’ at one of our retail outlets or through our website. Alternatively, you can come and see us, enjoy a chat, see our shooting on offer and stand out from the crowd by personalising your kit. You can choose your own tweed from our extensive collection, choose your linings and trimmings, and have it made for the same price as an off the peg garment.

Our bestselling ladies' jacket ‘Francesca’ (shown) is designed to be worn in the field or when joining Guns for the hospitality provided. Change out of our ladies shooting vest into our ‘Francesca’ jacket which complements our ladies breeks and skirt to make the perfect shooting suit which is stylish and functional.

www.woodcockandsnipe.co.uk

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

 

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