Created from the finest buffalo leather (AZO-Free) the Deerhunter Strasbourg collection has been designed for shooters and stalkers who are looking for the most functional, high-quality and durable hunting apparel available on the market. 

To develop high-end clothing you cannot compromise on quality, and with the Deerhunter Strasbourg collection every fine detail has been carefully considered. 100% A-grade leather buffalo nubuck and reinforced stitching provides the ultimate durability and offers proficient hunters added confidence when their hunt requires next level performance. 

Extraordinary comfort, the leather waistcoat and trousers have been cleverly designed to withstand the elements remaining protective thanks to the heat-sealing quilted lining infused within the garment. 

Free from chemicals the quality of the Strasbourg collection is uncompromised; the range is not only functional because of it’s water and dirt resistance but also encapsulates the quality of all Deerhunter products.  

Deerhunter is dedicated to providing the most comprehensive hunting clothing in the world. A clear example of this is the three variations of trouser available in the Strasbourg collection, Strasbourg leather trouserleather boot trouser and the addition of the traditional leather breeks

With functionality and quality at the forefront of the collection, the trousers all contain a form-cut waistband with buttons for braces, two front pockets, a knife pocket on the right leg, strong smooth lining inside the trousers and ergonomic back pocket with zipper.

Perhaps the finest garment within Deerhunter’s comprehensive clothing range is the Strasbourg leather waistcoat. The waistcoat that will last a lifetime, thanks to its compositions and qualities. Boasting a recoil padded shoulder, durable YKK zipper, strong smooth lining and a big game pocket, this waistcoat really offers everything. 

The Deerhunter Strasbourg collection is truly the best you can get. #ForRealHunters

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