I remember meeting a friend of mine from university, who was about to join Holland and Hollland (from a management consultancy) as their brand manager, in order to capitalise on the quality of their shotgun brand. They had always been known as one of the best gunmakers, better than the more famous Purdey's, and the owners had decided to make more money off this brand. The point is, this is a gunmaker, that has added its brand to clothes, that are probably made by one of the subcontractors that subcontract for a dozen other (lesser) brands. No doubt the guns continue to be made by Holland and Holland's fine craftsmen, but the clothes are not backed up by the same craft tradition, but just have a label sewn in. I'm not saying they are bad quality, but you are buying a label, and if you want the craft tradition, you should go to a specialist clothier's, not to a gunmaker.