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Dan’s Briarproof Hunting Gear, a Cottage Craft Works Featured Cottage Small Business
This small clothing manufacturing company has survived the odds, and still produces some of the finest and highest quality hunting and work gear in America. Not many small American clothing manufactures are left, but with the quality workmanship and unsurpassed quality with old fashioned customer service, Dan’s Hunting Gear has proven that American products can still stand up to its imported rivals.
Nestled in the rolling hills of the Ohio Amish country Dan’s Hunting Gear has been quietly making some of the best briarproof hunting and outdoor gear for over three decades. In fact Dan’s Hunting Gear can be considered part of the American hunting and outdoor heritage producing, the outerwear people grew up with hunting and working in the great outdoors.
The attention to detail and quality comes from a refreshing work ethic.You see Dan’s employs mostly Amish seamstress, who have been making this heavy duty clothing for years. The Amish are well known for their quality standards in the products they produce.
Dan’s Hunting Gear uses only premium materials including flannel linings, metal zippers, metal snaps and Denier nylon for the outside. This rugged gear will hold up to some of the toughest conditions imaginable including thick brush, wild blackberry, and other thorny briars that would leave most clothing in shreds.
Dan’s warranty also shows the old fashioned values still held at the heart of customer service, simply stated Dan’s warrant their products against any defects and workmanship flaws. Dan’s will either replace or repair the gear if it has not been abused or shows more than normal wear and tear.
Hunting gear is made with various materials, utilizing blaze orange brown, and Camo materials. Game bags are either built in or snap onto most all the coats. Jackets- hooded coats- vest- heavy shirts- bib overalls- pants- chaps- boots- frogleg waders- and even snake-protection-gear is all made by Dan’s Hunting Gear.
Dan’s Hunting Gear is just not for hunters, it is for anyone who lives and works in the great outdoors. Its tough Denier nylon material makes it ideal for construction, utility workers, farmers, ranchers, and even for law enforcement and rescue workers riding on horseback or ATV into dense forest and land overtaken by briar bushes.
Hunting dog and rescue dog vest are also made by Dan’s as well as trainer gear bags and electronic training transmitter pouches. The dog vest are made from two layers of 1000 Denier Cordura material to protect the dog from thick brush, briars, jagged and sharp edges from debris left in collapsed structures and disaster zones.
Cottage Craft Works is proud to support and sell the products from such a valued American business. You can purchase all of Dan’s Hunting Gear at Cottage Craft Works Hunting apparel.
Cottage Craft Works is dedicated to the small American made shops across the United States. These are small businesses with skills that have been passed down from generations. Many of these family owned businesses are in their second and third generation ownership.
Small business such as these just do not have the resources or deep pockets to run costly marketing and advertising campaigns to compete with larger corporations and imported products.
Unless they live close by, generally American consumers are not even aware these quality old time products still even exist. You can tour this unique back-to-basics general store concept at http://www.cottagecraftworks.com
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