For country pursuits there’s nothing better than a tweed hacking jacket. This jacket from Goldfinger is made up in a brown barleycorn, which looks like a pattern of upward-pointing arrows. A detailed diagram of the fabric can be found in my article for almost identical hacking jacket Roger Moore wears in A View to a Kill. Traditionally cut with slanted hacking pockets, a ticket pocket and a long single vent, it was designed for horseback riding. Bond wears this with light brown narrow cut, flat front wool cavalry twill trousers with frogmouth pockets and plain hemmed bottoms. On his feet is the quintessential country footwear: brown suede shoes. These are derby shoes, very similar to chukka boots in a style John Lobb Ltd. calls hilo shoes. They look just like chukka boots in the front, but they are cut lower like derby shoes. Effectively, they are chukka shoes.
The same jacket and trousers appear again in Thunderball (see picture below). In Goldfinger he wears an ecru shirt that has a faint, broken grey stripes and is made with a spread collar, front placket and double cuffs. The tie in Goldfinger is a light brown knit tie. In Thunderball he switches that out for a solid ecru shirt with a spread collar, front placket and 2-button cocktail cuffs. The tie in Thunderball is a dark brown grenadine tie.
Before Sean Connery wore the hacking jacket and cavalry twill trousers as James Bond, he wore it in Woman of Straw.