To expand on the subject: I have a decent enough plain green shooting suit - trousers and jacket - made by Jack Pyke (sorry if that's sacreligious) with which I'm very happy. Going down to the foreshore chasing geese at 4am in the middle of December is never a problem - it can be -10C outside and I'm usually pretty comfortable and never cold. Going stalking or pigeon shooting in the middle of the summer whilst wearing it though - that's a newly invented kind of unbearable which I'm hoping never to repeat.
Being keen on the pigeon shooting and the stalking, as well as being a newly reborn hypochondriac worried about ticks / Lyme disease (who knew how many things you could get wrong with you just by being outside ), I'd rather like to obtain a lightweight (lighter-than-air / featherweight) shooting suit of trousers / jacket (or some other upper-body clothing; camo if necessary) which would have all the usual pockets and things, but which wouldn't make me feel like a somewhat overcooked chipolata if I had to stand in it for a few hours with trusty 12 gauge / rifle in hand. I realise there's only so much you can do when it's 35 degrees outside, but I'd appreciate any recommendations you might be able to share.
For the clothes themselves, I'm not too bothered about waterproofing since I'd be intending it for summer use and rain is rain - meh - but I'd like to keep my legs covered (against ticks) and avoid PVC-style stuff since I doubt they'll breathe much. If the whole lot cost less that £100 that would be great, but I'm unlikely to buy anything in time for this summer, so I'd rather save and buy something good than rush a purchase.
With thanks for any advice you can all share,