Highland Shooting Breeks
The Scottish Cure for Ennui.
Gannochy, the highlands of Scotland.
This estate turns out more Macnabs than any other. What's a MacNab?
The MacNab came to life in the 1925 novel John Macnab by John Buchan. A case of ennui has overtaken three gentlemen. In an effort to combat this sad state, they come up with a daring plan.
Under the pseudonym John MacNab, they send a warning to three Highland estates that within a certain 48-hour period they will remove a salmon or a stag from that estate —undetected—and leave it at the door of the house.
The daring of this enterprise turns out to be just the cure they are seeking.
When the ennui strikes, drastic measures are sometimes necessary.
Should you find yourself in such a predicament, tweed is essential.
Highland Shooting Breeks (No. 6749). A perfect reproduction of traditional estate shooting breeks, generously cut in seat and thighs for mobility and comfort, in 100% British lambswool tweed from historic Abraham Moon in Yorkshire. Robust wool shrugs off moisture and cold. Poly viscose satin lining. Faux horn 4 hole buttons. Hook and bar closure at waistband. Back welt pockets. Pleated front Traditional high water cuffs fold over the knee. Lined at leg front for comfort. Imported.