Green Braces with Flying Ducks and Pheasants
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Green Braces with Flying Ducks and Pheasants

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A pair of green braces with flying ducks, pheasants and partridge.

Made in England exclusively for Gents Shop, our green flying duck braces are 35mm wide and comprised of luxury materials with a traditional X-back design. They have strong, stretchable elastic and four robust gold feather-edge clips - two at the front and two at the back - complete with slide adjusters to change the length helping you get a comfortable, secure fit with ease every time.

Key Features

Trouser Attachment:  4 x Gold Colour Clips
Braces Width:  35mm
Rear Divider:  Metal
Design of Braces:  X Shape
Style:  Country Sports
Colour:  Green
Brand:  GS Braces
Approximate Clip Size:  Feather Edge 2.5cm x 1.9cm
Country / Region of Manufacture:  United Kingdom

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Additional Info

Good quality UK made green braces for men with flying wild country bird designs.

If you are a gent with a hankering for a spot of countryside hunting, or you know a man who is, these hunting braces are bound to be a hit!

Featuring a unique yet classy green design embellished with pheasants, partridge and ducks this smart pair of country bird braces add a novel finishing touch to any formal attire, and are bound to spark conversation when worn for weddings, conferences, dinner dances, or that hunting event.

Presented in a acetate presentation box, our hunting braces for men also make an excellent choice if you happen to be hunting out gifts for the country style gent who's hard to buy for.

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