For over 160 years a sense of excitement and anticipation has surrounded The Glorious Twelfth. However the weather may not always be glorious, so you need to ensure you are appropriately dressed to enjoy the thrill of the shoot whatever the weather conditions.
Grouse shooters tend to favour dark colours to avoid being easily spotted by the birds. Alan Paine’s pure wool Combrook men’s tweed range includes rich woodland and peat colour options in earthy browns with contemporary overchecks together with classic sage; perfect for blending in with the surroundings. Our perennially popular Combrook coat and field coat feature a water repellent outer and a breathable waterproof membrane to keep you warm and dry in the field.
Our ladies Combrook tweed range includes new colours heather and gorse. Engineered with a water repellent outer, our robust Combrook coat is equipped with a waterproof and breathable membrane to keep you comfortable in the most testing of weather conditions. Alternatively, if you prefer a more contemporary waterproof coat, then why not try our Combrook ladies field jacket
Even in August the chance of a sudden downfall is highly likely. An alternative to tweed is Alan Paine’s Berwick waterproofs range. Crafted from a durable cotton blend, the Berwick men’s and ladies’ coats come with all the useful features you’d expect from a shooting coat. For a cooler option there’s the men’s shooting waistcoat and lightweight waterproof breeks for men and ladies.