From top left:
1. Filson Oil Finish Shooting Jacket: It’s rare that Filson misses. A nice, oil finish jacket appropriate for shooting with padded shoulders and deep pockets.
2. J.L. Powell Thermal-Lined Flannel Shirt: If you are going to be outside, dress accordingly. And when dressing, do it with style.
3. Randolph Engineering Ranger Classic Shooting Glasses: Probably not something you’d buy for yourself, but these are a perfect gift for anyone that enjoys the smell of gunpowder.
4. M.Poole Upsweep Hunters Knife: A very handsome piece that is appropriate for the hunt club, or if there is an apocalypse.
5. Martin Dingman Gun Bag: You take care of your gun outside, let this case take care of your artillery from the inside.
6. Filson X Levi’s 505 Tin Cloth Pants: Tough. These will withstand the elements and break in nicely.
7. State Traditions Bottomland Camo Hat: There are plenty of camo hats, but how many let you show a little state pride?
8. Barbour Dunmoor Gilet Vest: Because you don’t always need a coat.
9. J. Press Gun Check 3/2 Sack Sport Coat: Put this over a blue oxford and gray flannels and look like a million bucks.
10. Russell Zephyr Boots: Perfect for in and out of the field. These will break in like foot gloves.
11. Smathers & Branson Shotgun Cartridges Needlepoint Belt: Let everyone know you are serious.
12. Izola ‘Put Some Hair On Your Chest’ Flask: It does get cold in the duck blind.
13. Duluth Pack Shell Bag: Don’t lose this one. Please.