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Town & Country displays captivating colours and new products at Glee 2017

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For over 30 years, Town & Country has focused on bringing innovation to the gardening sector, with a range of gloves and footwear that combines quality, functionality and style, with a price tag that represents exceptional value for money. At this year’s GLEE, the company will display a range of new products from its ‘Captivating Colours’ collection.

With the new addition of purple, teal and pink, the collection will brighten up even the dullest of days in the garden. One of the ranges to get the ‘Captivating Colours’ treatment is the Bamboo Glove. This is the choice for the environmentally conscious gardener. The natural bamboo fibres are luxuriously soft, naturally hypoallergenic and antibacterial. The latex coating on the palms and fingers offers full dexterity and grip, whilst protecting from thorns and brambles.

Also part of the ‘Captivating Colours’ collection is the Ultimax Glove, a multi-feature glove designed to offer an extremely close fit, unequalled dexterity and exceptional durability. Ultimax gloves carry out heavy duty tasks in maximum comfort. The palm is made from strong but flexible synthetic leather and features textured palm pads for improved grip, added protection and extra durability. The back of the glove is stretch elastane for optimum comfort and fit with a neoprene knuckle ‘shock absorber’ and reinforced fingertips. At just £15.99, these are the perfect example of Town & Country’s ethos of providing quality products at an affordable price.

Also on the stand will be Town & Country’s ever-popular Cloggies.  These lightweight, comfortable, slip-on shoes are perfect for leaving by the backdoor, ready to slip on and off when needed. No more racing to get your shoes on when it starts to rain and you need to get the washing in! Available in the three signature colours, as well as a patterned design, Cloggies are contoured to fit the foot comfortably.

For those looking for a Wellington boot, Town & Country will have a number of designs on display. The Bradgate is a short fit natural rubber boot with a cushioned insole and lining for comfort. A steel shank provides added support, and the contoured design and reinforced seams add to the strength of the boot. It provides added flexibility and manoeuvrability thanks to its shorter fit, and is available in a variety of calf fittings. The classic boot is now available in two new patterns in aubergine & cream and navy & pink.

Another boot now available in these eye-catching patterns is the Bosworth. This is a traditional length boot with a cushioned insole and lined for comfort. Made from natural rubber, with an adjustable strap for a secure fit. They have a contoured design and reinforced seams for strength, with a steel shank again providing added support.

It is not just gloves and boots that have had the ‘Captivating Colour’ makeover. Also available from the collection is a pair of secateurs in the three colours, as well as kneepads and kneelers in teal. The secateurs have a cushioned handle and built in safety catch that makes them extremely easy to use and perfect for light duty pruning.  The chrome plated carbon steel blades and comfort grip handle provide ease of use, with the tool able to cut branches and stems up to 2cm thick.

Prices

Bamboo Gloves – £5.99

Ultimax Gloves – £15.99

Cloggies – £12.99

Bradgate – £36.99

Bosworth – £49.99

Kneepads – £7.99

Kneeler – £29.99

Secateurs – £9.99

As of August 2017, Town & Country is a division of E P Barrus; a British Company with over 100 years trading experience.

For more information, and to see the products, please visit stand 18M10-N11.

To view the entire range, please visit www.townandco.com

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