7 Glen Tye Road

Bushwear stockists of the UK’s most popular stalking clothing, footwear and equipment.

Cluny Country Store
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We are a well established and trusted family run company with a retail outlet at Bowhouse Farm in Fife, Scotland . We take great pride in the products that we sell with much of our knowledge coming from personal experience.

We sell binoculars and telescopes to the worldwide bird watching community, sporting shotguns and rifles (new and second hand), outdoor clothing & footwear, a huge variety of shooting accessories, and all hunting optics, such as telescopic sights, laser range-finders, spotting telescopes and binoculars.

We will always do our utmost to help our customers and ensure they have an enjoyable experience purchasing from us, or simply browsing our vast range of products. Our own extensive experience with our products allows us to advise and explain the best suited options for a customer’s unique requirements. We are here to help.
Elm Of Burford


Elm of Burford are delighted to bring you Country Clothing and Footwear of the highest quality from leading brands such as Schoffel, Barbour, RM Williams, Akubra, Aigle, Sasta, Noble Wilde and much more.
Little Hero

Little Hero has been created for adventurous boys and girls, from newborn to teens. Our camouflage kit is tough, practical and designed for all outdoor activities.

ShooterKing has dedicated itself to bring you, the customer, the top quality of hunting and outdoor clothing. Therefore ShooterKing has been researching and developing exclusive and outstanding materials to best suit your needs. With ShooterKing the modern hunter and outdoor lover will be ready for any situation, whether in winter or summer.
UK Covers
UK Covers
The Parlour
Osney Hill Farm
North Leigh
OX29 6PJ

Country Lifestyle Clothing Products Footwear, Accessories Harkila, Seeland, Alan Paine, Baleno, waterproof seatcovers, Gifts for the Home & Kitchen and Shooting Clothes

UK Covers
Brocton Holme,
ST17 0TX

Welligogs , a traditional family business since 2000, founded by Kim Annan, was the first company to introduce hand painted designs onto rubber boots into the UK and Europe.  The designs were inspired by Kim and her husband Ray, as well as their four children.  Kim says ‘the adoption of the name Welligogs was motivated by nostalgic childhood memories of a loving home where everyone called their wellington boots ‘Welligogs’.  The Wellington boots were replaced by higher quality leather waterproof and breathable boots in 2008 in two styles which have since grown into a number of new styles. As the company grew a range of ‘Distinctly British’ clothing with ‘cutting edge fashion and style’as its goal, was introduced. Kim and Ray’s passion for British Made at the forefront of their minds resulted in establishing manufacturing set in the heart of England where the majority of the fabrics are hand cut and the clothing made.

Cannae Pro Gear

In 216 BC, near the ancient Roman village of Cannae, the legendary Hannibal Barca, leading a vastly outnumbered Carthaginian army, virtually wiped out the entire Roman military. By shrewdly drawing in the Roman soldiers, Hannibal’s men completely surrounded and nearly annihilated the much larger Roman force. Historians consider “The Battle of Cannae” one of the most brilliant military victories ever.

The Cannae Brand of Professional Gear embodies not just this victory, but also the combination of Preparation, Intelligence, Strength and Bravery.
Edinburgh Outdoor Clothing

Edinburgh Outdoor Wear is a family operated business specialising in outdoor wear. We are based in Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland.

The company sells direct to the public at various public events throughout the year in the United Kingdom and Ireland and is our online outlet store.
Fortis Clothing Ltd

Country Covers (Renamed Fortis by Oliver Massy-Birch in 2016) is the product of farm diversification, the founder (Hugh Massy-Birch) was asked where he had his printed tyre cover on the back of his landrover. This prompted an idea, he then proceed to tell the person who asked that he made them. Which he then started to do, purchasing all the equipment need to print and cut the sizes for different tyres, he began attending country shows selling these bespoke tyre covers.