Seeland Woodcock Advanced Women's Trousers are a striking pair of shooting trousers, constructed in a hard wearing Herringbone fabric which is waterproof fully stretchable that are noiseless and soft to touch. These understated women's shooting trousers are designed to meet the needs of the keen female game bird shooter who wants to look the part and stay well protected. These sophisticated trousers have all the features needed for a successful day out including large thigh pockets with drain holes, 4-way stretch material and articulated knees for unrestricted movement when active. Why not complete the look and pair with the matching Woodcock Advanced Ladies Jacket?
Main fabric 98% Polyester /2% Spandex, Herringbone Polyurethane-coating for a durable outer fabric which is soft and noiseless
Lining 90% Polyester/10% Spandex, Plain woven stretch for total freedom of movement when shooting>4-way stretch material for comfort and a full range of movement
Taped seams for a waterproof contemporary finish
Seeland Seetex 2-layer membrane for fully windproof & waterproof protection
Raised at the back for added lower back protection
Back pocket for essentials
Adjustable at the bottom to hold in the warmth
Bellow thigh pockets with flap and stud closure
Articulated knee for a good shape and ease of movement
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Christmas Gift Returns must be received by Cotswold Country by 4th January 2021
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Christmas Gift Returns must be received by Cotswold Country by 4th January 2020
Faulty items which have been worn will be returned to our supplier for inspection prior to credit/repair Items must be returned unworn, unwashed and in the original packaging with all labels intact
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