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This coat skirt is ventilated at the back for maximum mobility, while the bodice shows an excessive tightness typical for this time. This coat skirt is ventilated at the back for maximum mobility, while the bodice shows an excessive tightness typical for this time. British riding coat The Met About the Metropolitan Museum of Art. About the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Treasury of the Costume Institute", 15 December 1977 - 3 September 1978.

About the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Saint-Louis Art Museum. Fashion for four centuries from the Metropolitan Museum of Art", February 3, 1979 - April 1, 1979. The Juan Campeche and San Juan", 14 June 1988 - 19 September 1988.

About the Metropolitan Museum of Art. "December 3, 1984 - September 1, 1985.

British riding coat The Met

About the Metropolitan Museum of Art. About the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Treasury of the Costume Institute", 15 December 1977 - 3 September 1978. About the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Saint-Louis Art Museum. Fashion for four centuries from the Metropolitan Museum of Art", February 3, 1979 - April 1, 1979. The Juan Campeche and San Juan", 14 June 1988 - 19 September 1988.

About the Metropolitan Museum of Art. "December 3, 1984 - September 1, 1985.

chip class="head">Maintenance of Aussie Riding Coats

Driza Bone is an iconic horse riding coat in Australia, as well as acubra in a hat, known not only in Australia but all over the globe for it' s superiority, functionality and ambience. Driza-Bone (Stryne for "Dry as a Bone") was introduced in 1933 when the UK invented the wool wipe to substitute the old wipe covered with flaxenoil.

The Driza-Bone Riding Co-ats are made in Australia from 100% 100% organic wool, made in India and tested in Australia. The Driza-Bone Riding Co-ats are available in two different sizes. Available in brown, the Heavyweight jackets are the classical lightweight for maximum safety and strength, suitable for the most challenging conditions.

Midweights, available in black, are about 30% lighter. Although they still provide excellent weather and weather resistance, the medium weight jackets are more flexible and suitable for city use. The Australian 100% 100% organic weave in India and tested in Australia.

The Driza-Bone Classic Long Coat has all the tradional characteristics of the Aussie riding coat, made of the best, heavy-weight UK coated wax. Driza-Bone has a neck and front band with suspenders, front and neck, loops, fan back, adjusters and sleeve back. It has two outer hand warming handbags underneath, and a three-quarter layer of wool liner with a poacher's bag inside.

Classic Short Coat has all these properties except for the fan back, the reinforced sleeves and the thighs. Removable hood, available as an option, to match both the Classic Long Coat and Classic Short Coat. It' s the fabrics, make-up and details that make Driza-Bone a first-class Australia riding coat, with a functional look based on Driza-Bone's many years of expertise.

It is the best medium or heavier grown densely interwoven strong enough to keep moisture, but with remarkable breathability. The cloth is made of long pile egypt wool. Since it is a thick weave without the heavier filler of a loosely packed weave, this will not become too rigid in colder weathers.

Driza Bone stitching is double-stitched, rain-proof and thick, with thick stitching threads that fill the stitching hole area. To avoid abrasion of the sleeve stitches that rub against the sleeve shell, pull up the stitches on the outside of the sleeve and completely eliminate any side stitches on the sleeve.

Do not use a waterproof cloak on your back; one coat of this treated wool is enough. This cloak is designed to keep the inner skin on your back from getting cold from the rains, leaving this warm and breathable in the area near your skin, increasing your fur's wearing quality and protect it.

On the inside the neck is made of pure white and is made of natural fabric. Pushbuttons on the flap and warming hand bags are completely padded with wool. Never wash or chemically clean grown wool with detergents or soapy water. Wax with impregnating agents such as Driza-Bone Garment dressings all year round or two times a year, more often on the areas where you are wearing it, such as wrists or socks.

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