Weathered Tartans

There are so many Weathered Tartans appearing now and we are working on a Weathered Brown/Bronze Cape to match! This can be made up for yourself or Band, any inquiries please send to info@misterantony.com

World Pipe Band Championships

We are just recovering from the World Pipe band Championships at the weekend. Friday was wet for most of the day…thats where our Capes and drum covers came in handy! Saturday was a drier day, although a few more showers would have been welcome 😜 Here are some of the members of The Johnstone Pipe Band showing off their new …

Yannick Boutier

Last month we were approached by Mr Yannick Boutier from France, he had heard about the wonderful Inverness Capes we made and decided that this was the ideal all weather cape for traveling around in his wonderful 1934 BSA 3-wheeler. I asked Yan for some photos, which he has obliged and I’am sure you agree these are fantastic! What a …

Heidelberg & District Pipes and Drums

Here are some photos of the Heidelberg & District Pipes and Drums after they got caught out in some rain at a gig this last weekend…. Rain? in Germany? Lucky for them, they had their Mister Antony Bandspec Capes with them!

New Premises

Nigel, our new company manager pictured on the right with Antony in front of their new premises in Houston, Renfrewshire

Nigel, our new company manager pictured on the right with Antony in front of their new premises in Houston, Renfrewshire.

Mist, Moors and a Better Rain Cape – The New York Times

News paper artical

Mist, Moors and a Better Rain Cape BEFITTING a musical form so closely identified with the oft-dreary clime of Scotland, bagpiping is an all-weather pursuit. Bands routinely perform in the rain, protecting their pipes and kilts by donning Inverness capes. These waterproof, sleeveless garments, beloved by fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, allow a piper to play “Braes of Lochiel” without getting …