Fox Fire Mens Oilskin Oilcloth Waterproof Outback Trail Australian Duster Coat Brown

February 12, 2020 - Comment

The Outback Trail Snowy River Riding Coat is made from the highest available quality heavyweight waxed cotton, with traditional Australian riding coat features. It has a detachable shoulder cape with straps, smooth taffeta sleeve lining, storm front closure, leg straps, fantail back, adjustable cuffs and extra layer of fabric on sleeve forearm for water protection.

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The Outback Trail Snowy River Riding Coat is made from the highest available quality heavyweight waxed cotton, with traditional Australian riding coat features. It has a detachable shoulder cape with straps, smooth taffeta sleeve lining, storm front closure, leg straps, fantail back, adjustable cuffs and extra layer of fabric on sleeve forearm for water protection. It has two outside patch pockets with handwarmer pockets underneath. The coat has a cotton lining with an inside pocket. It has a drawstring waist for adjustment.

Product Features

  • waterproof oilskin cotton
  • removable cape with storm flap over top seam
  • waist drawstring
  • button closure
  • snap back fantail

Comments

Anonymous says:

It’s perfect for what I wanted Other reviews mentioned a smell, oily transfer to other materials, etc. I have had no such problems. It’s perfect for what I wanted. It’s heavier than I expected, but in a rainstorm, I only care about staying dry. It does that perfectly. It’s long enough so that I, at 5’10” only need wear high boots, and I’m set. I waterproofed at felt hat just to see how it works, and altogether, I stay dry. I wish I had bought this years ago. Interestingly, I discovered this raincoat from reading…

Anonymous says:

Looking forward to more rain! I live in Southern California, so we don’t get much rain, but I don’t like carrying an umbrella when it does. I’m into Western style, steampunk, and horse back riding. This coat is just right for me.FIT: I’m 5’4″, 165 lbs, with 17″ shoulder, 38″ chest, and a 36″ waist (I need to eat more salads!), and it fits very nicely. Also, this model is a lighter model, so I can wear even if when it’s around 60 degrees.DURABLE: Based on feel, stitch quality, and weight, I’d say this jacket will…

Anonymous says:

… weather with a 40mph wind it was warm and comfortable. Looking forward to seeing how it does in … Tried this coat on seattle’s coolest convertible – in 45 degree weather with a 40mph wind it was warm and comfortable. Looking forward to seeing how it does in the spring rains, but I’m sure it will be very good.

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