Pheasant beating can be hard work, walking for long periods of time driving pheasants in the right direction! Wearing a pair of comfortable beating boots will keep you going for longer.
Our collection of boots for beating and pickers-up include a range of tough Italian leather boots designed with a front toe protector to prevent scuffing. The high-leg boots offer great ankle support whilst still allowing freedom of movement. With various designs including a Vibram sole unit and a waterproof and breathable membrane, these boots will last the whole season and beyond!
Perhaps you prefer, or you need, a decent pair of durable wellington boots. Our range of neoprene lined wellington boots offer comfort and support and perfect for colder shooting days. Whilst our cotton lined wellington boots are perfect for all year round!
8th Feb 2021 Bethan Bithell
This guide discusses the following:- History and Duties of the Gamekeeper- The National Gamekeeper Organisation (NGO)- Gamekeeper Attire (shoot days and day-to-day)History of GamekeepingThe role of the gamekeeper has evolved over the last couple of hRead More
5th Feb 2021 Bethan Bithell
Stalking is a term used to describe the hunting and shooting of deer. The principal reasons deer stalking takes place are: Control of deer and other species populationLand maintenance e.g. the protection of agricultural crops and forestryTo proRead More
1st Feb 2021 Tony Bithell
Why are my feet always cold when walking? There are many reasons why you might have cold feet while out and about in the great outdoors. Health issues such as poor circulation or diabetes may be a cause, or perhaps something as simple as wearingRead More