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Hoggs of Fife Kinloch Technical Tweed Field Waistcoat

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Hoggs of Fife Kinloch waistcoat

Expected release date is 27th Sep 2021

Wow!  Try this fantastic Hoggs of Fife Kinloch Tweed Field Waistcoat and, for sure, you'll simply love it!

Along with a really nice satin lining, this superb shooting waistcoat boasts faux suede reinforcements, front cartridge pockets, side seam vents and buttoned waist adjustment tabs.  Oh, and it's Teflon coated too.

This elegant vest can be worn as a stand alone garment or can be easily mixed and matched with other garments from the fabulous Hoggs of Fife Kinloch range!

Key features at a glance:

  • 100% Lambswool tweed 580gsm
  • Teflon coated for added protection
  • Satin lining for a comfortable feel
  • Side seam vents for better movement
  • Faux suede reinforcements
  • 4 button front closure
  • Buttoned waist adjustment tabs
  • 2 front cartridge pockets

Colour: Autumn Bracken

Sizes: S - 3XL

[To view the full Hoggs of fife Kinloch tweed range click here


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