These beautifully crafted coats are made using the finest quality British made materials. The Cavalry Twill used for the exterior of the coat is made by Hainsworth and is widely regarded as the finest quality heavy weight Cavalry Twill available. We have treated the fabric with an additional waterproof treatment to increase its already high water resistant rating. We use a merino wool mix tattersall lining for additional softness and comfort coupled with warmth and durability. Made by a quality British Tailoring company to a traditional hunt pattern. Each coat comes with a waterproof interlining for those extra rainy days, a waterproof skirt lining (neither of which are made of plastic like some!) and storm sleeve cuffs. These can all be amended upon request should you wish.
The coat comes with one exterior right hand pocket, 2 buttoned internal poachers pockets and 2 interior breast pockets as standard. Again this arrangement can be amended to your individual requirements.
These coats are available in standard sizes with varying lengths or can be made to measure to your measurements. We can amend the specification to meet your individual needs for collars, buttons and pockets. We can provide hunt buttons and collar fabric or you are very welcome to supply your own.
Hainsworth fabrics are available in a range of colours and weights and we can make a coat to any of these specifications. We can also make Hunt Coats up in a Keepers tweed or a huge variety of tweeds available from Lovat Mills in Scotland.
We are very excited to launch this range of new hunt coats. We have spent the last year researching fabrics, materials and tailors to find what we hope have been combined to make the best hunt coat possible. Thank you to all of our wonderful customers who have given us such valuable feedback from your experiences on the hunting field and contributed to making a coat that is as fit for purpose as possible.
Care Instructions: Coats are best left to dry in normal ambient temperature…resist the temptation to hang in front of the AGA as they do not like too much direct heat. Use a stiff brush to remove heavy excess dry mud and a softer brush to remove more engrained dirt. We recommend storing your coat through the summer in a dark suit carrier to keep out direct sunlight. It is also a very good idea to pop a couple of cedar balls or other moth deterrent into the coat pockets and suit carrier.