While England was once considered the bird hunting mecca of the world, that distinction has now travelled across the Atlantic to Argentina. Agriculture is a major source of income in much of Argentina, and the incredible over-population of birds there has created an opportunity for both hunters and food relief organizations. There are other exciting and exotic places in the world for great bird hunts as well. How about quail hunting with pointing dogs in Serbia!
In England the classic Tweeden is still the chosen wear for bird hunters. While featuring a classic look, it is also incredibly functional. Our choice of natural material is wool, which is warm, lightweight, quiet, and it resists moisture reasonably well. Wool provides all that is necessary for hunting wear.
Whether bird hunting in Argentina, South Africa, or the United States, sufficient padding in the shoulders is a must and this mixed Safari Clothing and camoklader is dependent on what kind of bird is to be hunted. The most importing feature, regardless of climate, is that your hunting clothes are comfortable and allow for full freedom of movement. Here is a selection of hunting wear we think has worked well.