French Indigo Hunting Vest
Where is it written that a man’s hunting vest must be olive or khaki or camouflage? Not generations of Englishmen in tweed, stalking stags across the moors. Not Frenchmen in the 1930s wearing Le Chamonix cord hunting jackets.
Function and comfort are essential. Pockets for shells, game, maps, a compass, a knife, all the things you need in the field.
A hunting vest should, of course, also be good looking. Must keep standards. And this one is quite handsome, exceptionally so.
French Indigo Hunting Vest (No. 7241). The French affinity for indigo crosses over to this lightweight hunting vest in hardwearing but soft-washed cotton indigo herringbone fabric. The wash and details replicate a vintage vest discovered in Paris. Multiple chest and waist pouch pockets. Pleated shell pocket at chest. Two back game or map pockets. Metal shank buttons. Flat felled seams. Unlined. Imported.