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Wiley X launches 2018 hunting and shooting range


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eading premium eyewear brand Wiley X is ready to


turn a new page after 12 months of hugely successful international expansion. The brand has revealed one of its most comprehensive collections of protective hunting and shooting eyewear ever, in the form of its 2018 catalogue, covering more than 40 lens/frame options. Wiley X EMEA Vice


President & Outdoor Director, Thomas Wæver, explains: “Here at Wiley X, we are very proud of the achievements of 2017 for our company, but these did not happen by accident. They happened because of the market-leading quality of our protective eyewear, hard work by our team of global distributors


and an effective marketing campaign. However, we are always looking forward, which is why we continue to grow and why we cannot wait for 2018 and beyond.


“The 2018 catalogue is our best collection of hunting and shooting eyewear presenting 46 pages of new innovative products, lens guides, icon description and a personal experience from a lifelong hunter who suffers from cross- eye domination. “Wiley X aims to continue to innovate on the forefront of fashion and function in years to come.”


WILEY X T +45 96 93 00 45 E tw@wileyx.eu W www.wileyx.eu


Fulling Mill Catalogue T


he new Fulling Mill catalogue is available. Packed to the rafters with some fantastic new patterns from the likes of Davie McPhail, Oliver Edwards, James Stokoe and that’s just to name a few. Available to download from the firm’s website for easy access or for those that would rather peruse this library of proven flies and innovative accessories at leisure, they will be only too happy to pop one in the post. With more than 3,000


patterns to choose from in addition to the hundreds


of accessories and fly-tying materials, Fulling Mill is fast becoming the ‘Go To’, One Stop Shop for the discerning angler’s end of line needs.


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