Top Picks Customer Favorites At African Sporting Creations

African Sporting Creations

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Dear Fellow Enthusiast

A majority of our business is from repeat customers and in this week's newsletter we'd like to highlight some of their favorite items from our line of adventure gear.

The Quintessential Courteney: The 'Selous'

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While many of our Courteney customers own more than one pair, most agree that the 'Selous' is the most practical boot from their line up. Own the boot that was named for the famous adventurer, explorer, naturalist, conservationist and big game hunter of the 1800s, Frederick Courteney Selous.
[Men's Boots | Women's Boots | Build Your Own Boot]


Exotic Hide Culling Belts

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Inside our Big Bore Accessories category you'll find one-of-a-kind culling belts. These are made to our exacting specifications and the different models will fit anything from a .300 Mag up to a .500 NEs. These belts are extremely thick to facilitate the removal of big bore cartridges and we designed them so the rim of the cartridge is above the top of the belt so you can get a good grip on them. Available in Zebra, Cape Buffalo, Elephant and Bull Hide.

As one of our top-sellers, many customers choose to monogram the belt with their name or the name of a lucky gift recipient.


Croc Belts

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If there's a belt that you can wear virtually anywhere, it's a croc belt. High quality, durable and distinct, it's no wonder these Hornback belts rank among our customer favorites. Available in ranger or dress.



Good hunting.
 
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