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If you are a keen Pheasant Shot, or have been invited shooting with friends - then it’s well worth understanding what to wear for a comfortable, stylish day out. Taking place during the winter months, the Pheasant shooting season runs from October until February, so there is the guarantee of some bad weather at some point during the season. It’s crucial that as a gun or spectator, you invest in the right clothing and equipment to remain comfortable and efficient on a day's shooting. As well as keeping you warm and dry, Pheasant shooting jackets need to provide plenty of freedom of movement - allowing you to swing the gun around and hit those high birds. As well as allowing plenty of freedom of movement, these jackets also need to be waterproof and windproof - for a day in the cold. Again, these jackets also need to provide plenty of storage and carrying capacity, these jackets need to carry everything from full cartridges, empty cartridges, gloves, safety glasses and the obligatory hip flask.
Style wise , there are a few main choices for clothing. Many guns choose to pair tweed breaks with a technical pheasant shooting jacket, which can feature a technical material or tweed. Whilst many guns traditionally wore a full tweed shooting suit, cold temperatures and lack of utility - means that more technical clothing is now preferred. Having said that, many guns do still choose to attend wearing a tweed jacket.
Other considerations and pheasant shooting purchases will depend a lot on the weather on the day that you are attending. Fleeces and base layers are the perfect choices for underneath a shooting jacket, and accessories such as flat caps and gloves are also essential. Other accessories include shooting socks, which are available in a wonderful array of colours. The other most important consideration for a day out driven pheasant shooting, is footwear. Quite often, you can be covering a wide range of terrain - encompassing mud, water, streams and bogs - depending upon the type of shooting you are doing, such as walked up or driven - wellies or boots can be the best choice. You can view a selection of our most popular driven shooting footwear across this page.
At GB Outfitters, we have worked really hard to bring together the very best range of Pheasant Shooting clothing and footwear on the market, so please do get in touch if you have any questions about any of the collection.