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DIDRIKSONS CLOTHING

It's more than 100 years since Hanna and Julias Didrikson began producing protective clothing for Sweden's fishermen!  Now this organisation can boast that it is Scandinavia's largest supplier of high quality and functional outdoor clothing.

There are many fantastic features of Didriksons garments to consider. For example, you can rest assured that you'll be wearing very carefully designed products that will guarantee you protection in the harshest of weather conditions. If you're looking for those all important waterproof, windproof and breathable features from garments that offer a great fit too, then this brand will certainly please!  

You are sure to be pleasantly surprised how warm and cosy you feel when wearing our items from the Didriksons range. That's not all though, because  not only will you look very smart and stylish when sporting your new Didriksons item, but you'll be safe in the knowledge that you've invested in a great quality product that's very practical and durable too!  

  • 8th Feb 2021  Bethan Bithell

    Essential clothing and footwear for the modern gamekeeper

    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 h

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  • 5th Feb 2021  Bethan Bithell

    What to wear when deer stalking | Handy Advice Guide

    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 p

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  • 1st Feb 2021  Tony Bithell

    Wearing the right socks to prevent cold feet

    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 wearing

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