• the hunting event

This documentary photoshoot took place at Thoresta Mansion. The documentary featuring some of our utility designed hunting garments.

We have developed our shooting garments by paying carefully attention to that the detailing and the components are utility designed to fulfill its area of use. As well as we chosen durable fabrics and materials and adapted a paraffin wax to meet our customers high demands that the garments are practical and in the same way stylish and elegant.

Coloniaire hunting wear are weather repellent, hard wearing and yet stylish.

 

Manufactured in exceptional goat suede with a finish of paraffin wax. Sustainable garments in durable fabrics that will get passed on for generations.

The Norfolk jacket

This hunting/shooter blazer has been Inspired by the old heritage Norfolk jacket. But we have modernized it in many ways. Instead of making it in the original tweed fabric, we have made it in premium supple goat suede with a heavy- duty waxed finish. Designed to last and only improve with time, love and care. The jacket can be worn in harsher climate and lighter rain and will age gracefully.

A shooting vest in waxed goat suede is ideal for milder days. Features tuned for the field including quilted patches on the shoulders for added grip and to reduce the recoil in the field, an inverted pleat in back and also to the rear seam to allow greater movement and a half-belt with adjustable tab fastening to ensure a perfect fit. The vest also features spacious cartridge special bellows pockets.

The ’Montgomery’

The iconic duffel coat do many refer to as a ‘Montgomery’ coat after Field Marshal Sir Bernard Montgomery, who often wore one during World War II together with many others in the British Royal Navy. We have re-invented this iconic outerwear by doing it in robust 0,8 mm goat suede, with a heavy- duty waxed finish. Designed to last and only improve with time, love and care. The duffel coat can be worn in harsher climate and lighter rain and will age gracefully.

Photo by Caroline Benilton

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