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Driza-Bone Heavyweight LONG Riding Coat

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Driza-Bone Heavyweight LONG Riding Coat
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Drizabone Heavyweight Riding Coat

Full-length. 100% MADE IN AUSTRALIA
Drizabone Invented the Oilskin Coat in the 1800's. THIS IS IT - THE "REAL McCOY".

Shopping around? Be sure you are comparing the Original "Deluxe Heavyweight Riding Coat".
  • FULL length and generously cut Australian Premium Oiled Cotton
  • Large size gusset for riding
  • Riding Cape - keeps rain off!
  • Front storm panel and throat latch
  • Extra long sleeve with reinforced inner elbow patches.
  • Fittings for LINER
  • Hood is available EMAIL US
  • Seams are heavy duty double stitched.
  • Leg straps.
  • Windproof, Waterproof
Available in the following sizes and colours:
  • Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL, 3XL
  • Colours: BROWN, BLACK
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Weight 2.39 kg
Price: AUD 220.00 (USD 220.00)


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