Our range of men's shooting sweaters are a go to insulating layer for the modern gentleman whilst partaking in country pursuits. Shop the collection today.
Here at Alan Paine, we've been creatingmen'sknitwear for over 115 years and adhere to the highest standards to supply evolutionary garments made from luxury fibres that are stylish yet durable so you can enjoy season after season.
This collection of men's shooting sweaters has been designed to provide an essential layer of warmth for those partaking in country sports during those cold winter months.
Men's Shooting Sweater Features
This men's shootingsweatercollection comprises of a range of colors, fibres and styles to suit your style and preference whilst out in the field.
We stock a range of styles including crew necks, V-necks, 1/2 zips and full zipsweatersin luxury yarns such as lambswool & Shetland wool for when a thicker layer is needed along with Geelong & Merino for when a lighter option is preferred.
All of our men's shootingsweatersare fully fashioned by being knitted to shape whilst every stitch is linked by hand. To improve the fit, these shooting jumpers are designed with ribbed hems & cuffs. Every care is taken during the design process and these hand-crafted sweaters can be enjoyed for years to come.
When To Wear A Men's Shooting Sweater
We've designed our men's shooting sweaters to be a durable and insulating layer whilst facing the elements in your shooting clothing but also the ability to wear these casually with a range of outfits.
A shooting sweater such as a V-neck or zip neck sweater can be worn over a men's shooting shirt& tie as your outerwear piece for milder days shooting clays. You can also wear as an extra layer when at a social gathering in the evening as the temperature drops. Complete your look with a shooting cap that will also protect your eyes from the rain.
A shooting sweater is great to wear whilst in the field for an array of country pursuits as the weather turns. We recommend our Shetland wool or lambswool sweaters in this instance, due to them being a heavier knit.