Penola Corduroy - Long 34" Inleg
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- Spandex added for slight strech and added comfort
- Side angled front pockets
- Back welt pockets Small fob pocket to store loose change
- Extended inner trouser front fly
In 1898 a British Sailor Emilius Le Roy envisioned an all-weather, indestructible jacket made of old recycled ship sails that were treated with oil. His first iteration that was dubbed the first ‘Driza-Bone’ unfortunately was pretty flammable due to the use of linseed oil.
Later, T.E Pearson who was the son of E.J Pearson and the founder of Pearson Soap brought a consignment of LeRoy coats to Australia to rework the proofing process. It is this excellent formula that we still use to proof our coats today.
Since 1898, Driza-Bone has become an Australian Icon being worn not only by stockmen but by politicians such as John Howard and George W Bush; Rockstars and models like Kate Moss and by the everyday Australian.
Whether it’s wearing one to drove a mob of sheep across the central plains or throwing one on to keep dry at the footy, there’s nothing more quintessentially Australian than wearing a Driza-Bone.
OVERALL FROM 1 REVIEWS
Expect more durabilityReally like the pants, the only reservation is one of the buttons popped off. Considering the brand and their target market, I would expect it to be a touch more durable. But it's all good, I can fix it. All in all, I love Driza-Bone, life long customer here!