Today, you can have all the benefits without any of the downside from the three distinct shapes within the Westley Richards dry-waxed coat collection.
The Carington Dry Waxed Coat is made wind-proof and water-resistant. It has the traditional country look but feels comfortable; even luxurious. The corduroy collar and two-way zip speak of familiar style and the pockets are placed for practicality, with big side pockets for cartridges and side-entry hand warmer pockets to keep fingers warm and supple while waiting for the action to begin.
The Carington's features press-stud fastenings for extra security and adjustment make the coat instantly customizable in the field, as conditions change. A quilted shooting shoulder and ammunition-inspired snap-fastening details provide a distinctive Westley Richards look. It even has a stowable hood, which fits into a large internal game pocket. Truly, the garment that the original aspired to be, is now manifest.
The same Italian dry-waxed fabric features in the Aylesford Dry Wax Jacket, which is a rugged-looking update on the classic M-65 field jacket. With four big patch pockets, it is highly practical, while the military inspired styling provides a masculine silhouette and a go-anywhere attitude. A genuine hill hunting weather beater that will look as good in a West End bar as it does in a loch-side pub.
For the Forsyth Waxed Ripstop Jacket we took inspiration from the famous Soldier 95 military jacket, with its light, hard-wearing material, with tough threads running vertically and horizontally to ensure tears do not enlarge over time.
The Forsyth is a far more refined version of the original concept, made from a fine, soft-touch, waxed fabric with reinforcement to shoulders and elbows, as well as a quilted shooting-shoulder patch.
Three outdoor classics that will hold-up to the toughest tests of wind, rain and cold, yet look stylish and individual for years to come. Where quality of material and integrity of design matter, Westley Richards outer-wear delivers.