Get Shirty!

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Das-Bolt
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Get Shirty!

Post by Das-Bolt » Sat Nov 05, 2016 6:55 am

I have not encountered this brand before although they have apparently been established since 1951. VEDONEIRE do a very nice range of Brushed Cotton Tattersall shirts ideal for fishing in the cooler months ahead. The fit is quite generous which is welcome with a suitable length for tucking in, thus avoiding 'Builders Bum' when landing fish. Available from Gentlemens outfitters and Amazon.
Edit: There is a degree of shrinkage when washing please bear that in mind when ordering.

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Post by Stour Otter » Tue Nov 08, 2016 3:53 pm

Great shirt Das-Bolt.
Here's a shirt I purchased after seeing a gentleman wearing one at the Romsey Vintage Tackle Fair last year. Ideal for that Christmas Dinner or a Vintage Tackle knees up. I just love it!

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The good angler is not the one with expensive equipment. Common sense, observation and trying to realize
what is happening above and below water will catch fish no matter what price equipment you fish with.
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Re: Get Shirty!

Post by Paul D » Tue Nov 08, 2016 4:27 pm

Stour Otter wrote:Great shirt Das-Bolt.
Here's a shirt I purchased after seeing a gentleman wearing one at the Romsey Vintage Tackle Fair last year. Ideal for that Christmas Dinner or a Vintage Tackle knees up. I just love it!

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What a wonderful shirt Sir, would you mind if I copied you and bought one? As you say perfect for Christmas day. :cheers:
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Re: Get Shirty!

Post by Das-Bolt » Tue Nov 08, 2016 4:53 pm

Stour Otter.
I actually bought my first Vedoneire shirt from a little independent shop in Romsey.
New and Lingwood may be above my pay grade, but nice shirt. :Ok:

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Re: Get Shirty!

Post by Das-Bolt » Thu Nov 10, 2016 3:15 pm

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Nothing to do with fishing but how about this one!

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