When Leigh Perkins purchased The Orvis Company in 1965, annual sales were $500,000. Today, the company is a $200millionayear business. This autobiography, written by Leigh along with author Geoffrey Norman, is an often funny, occasionally philosophical, and anecdote-laden story of an incredible man and the success he achieved by combining his passion for the sporting life with his talent for business. A Sportsman's Life has met with critical acclaim in the New York Times, and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and USA Today. It is truly a great read. Hardcover.