Lesli at ArchivalClothing is beeyyyyond a font of knowledge... Hoggs of Fife; never heard of them until now (even though granny and gramps on Oma's side lived in Fife (that is eastern Scotland, north of Edinburgh, over the Firth of Forth) and I had tooled around there many times).
From the site; "Hoggs of Fife opened for business in 1888 making fine country footwear. Today, we offer the most authoritative range of country clothing and footwear, available from a single supplier, in Great Britain and Ireland. The company remains in founding family ownership and, throughout more than a century, has stayed true to its values of providing quality products that are fit for purpose and which represent great value for money. Ours is the only brand dedicated to the clothing and footwear needs of the agricultural community and country professionals at large."
Teflon coated tweed trousers. I think I reached the end of the rainbow on this one. £47. Hoggs' own brogues (around £100) and stockings below.