Our Mission


Khaki Fever was born in the bush in the small town of Hoedspruit, out of a necessity to provide a high quality, practical and affordable khaki clothing range for real bush living.

All our garments are made from 100% cotton fabrics designed to keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter, ensuring only the best quality for our customers.

We soon realised the demand for a ladies range, so we set out to create our ladies range that would offer everything the men’s range offers but without loosing that feminine touch.

As committed conservationists, we wanted to create a range of clothing that not only improved on the needs of our customers but would also give something back to nature.

In order to better cater for our customers needs we have now introduced a new service to compliment our range of clothing, supplying epaulets, embroidery, printing, overalls, belts, caps and various other products. Please contact us for full details.

We pride ourselves on our customer service and all orders are checked with love and care to make sure you receive the best possible product.

Supporting Conservation

As committed conservationists, we wanted to create a range of clothing that not only improved on the needs of our customers but would also give something back to nature. Over the years, Khaki Fever has supported numerous conservation organisations and causes.

Garment Care


We live and work in a sometimes harsh environment where the sun can do damage to not only ourselves but to our clothing too.

If you spend most of your day in the sun we suggest extra care is taken to avoid the impact of sun damage which causes fading especially if there are traces of detergent left in the fabric or if excessive perspiration occurs as this can cause bleaching.

  1. Cold Water Machine Wash.
  2. Do not tumble dry.
  3. Garments must be rinsed thoroughly – if there is any detergent left in the fabric the sunlight will bleach the fabric very quickly and the colour will fade.
  4. When drying in the sunlight the garments must be turned inside out to reduce colour fading.
  5. Cool Iron must be used on all fabrics except nylons and polar fleece materials.
  6. Do not iron on screen prints or the embroideries