[contains unpaid advertising] The well-known men's outfitter and passionate hunter Conrad Hasselbach from Hamburg on culture, tradition and the perfect dress code for forest and land.
A hunting business in the middle of the big city? Most of the time you will find Conrad Hasselbach in his exclusive shop at Klosterstern in Hamburg between welted shoes, "moleskin-shooting jackets" and handmade cases. The store is all his pride. Whoever comes in, quickly believes that Hasselbach was born as a hunter. "Not true," says the learned merchant. "I did not make my appearance until after 1991 with 23 years in Schleswig-Holstein!" The father was a forest man in Lower Saxony and his father, uncle and grandparents went hunting, says Hasselbach. "Tradition has always existed in our family. The passion came to me later, because without the passion and heartbeat our hobby would be mere pest control, as unfortunately some of our fellow human beings would like to see it! "Even as a small boy, he had been on the seat and used as a driver , "We got a D-Mark from our father for the dismantling of rabbits or rabbits," Hasselbach proudly reports. According to his judgment, culture, passion and dress code are very closely related to hunting: at the beginning of his professional independence, he discovered a blatant lack of affordable British footwear. For equipment and accessories for hunting alike. Hasselbach relied on natural materials: "I love nature while hunting, the fresh air and calm down in a very hectic and fast-paced world. Perhaps that is the reason why I almost always prefer natural fibers in hunting clothing. They do not spring from industrial mass production, but from our very own food chain. These materials are, after years of use and stress, the reflection of what we have experienced in the pursuit of our passion: successes, failures, persistent perseverance, physical labor, coldness and warmth. "