DRIZA-BONE's (pronounced Dry as a Bone) Barkly Field Coat uses a Desert Wax construction to make it waterproof, wind resistant and warm. Detachable hood with drawstring. Two front pockets with hand warmer entry, button down flaps and bellowed edges for more room to store your belongings. Two extra upper chest hand warmer pockets.
Zip and button closure to give you extra protection from the wind. Drawcord waist to tailor the fit to how you like it. Two hidden inner chest pockets with zip closure for extra storage. Soft cotton storm cuffs for warmth and comfort. Self fabric zip puller means you don't have to fiddle with the zip and it's easy to do up. Corduroy collar makes the jacket comfortable around your neck. Quilted cotton lining for extra warmth and protection from the elements.
Driza-Bone's story began on a ship in the 1890s when British sailor Emilius Le Roy conjured the image of an indestructible wet-weather jacket made from recycled ship sails that were treated with oil. From here, the oilskin legend was born and would later become the famous wet-weather coat and an Australian workwear staple.
Inspired by the hard-wearing qualities of workwear and military apparel, Driza-Bone products are durable and will serve you well, even in the harshest of elements.