Driza-Bone, originating from the phrase "dry as a bone", is a trade name for the company making full-length waterproof riding coats and apparel. The company was established in 1898 and is currently Australian owned and manufactures its products in Australia. The trademark of Driza-Bone was first registered in 1933.
Driza-Bone are made from a tough cotton oilskin is treated with wax, absorbed into the thread and seams, with a sturdy cotton twill lining.
We stock different types of Driza-Bone Coats including Stockman, Bushman Coats
Before you purchase any of our garments at Live for Tweed we recommend checking your measurements against a similar item you own or wear, this saves disappointment when your item arrives and it doesn’t fit. All measurements are taken with the garment laid down flat and relaxed and are approximate.
Top Tip – Allow room for undergarments, on the occasion we do recommend a size to fit if it has been labelled as a small, medium or large. However, this can vary by individual dependant on undergarments worn and desired fit needed, so please check your measurements before purchasing.
Top Tip – Sleeve length – This is often not checked and overlooked by customers and sleeve lengths can vary dependant on size.
We wanted to say thank you if you have purchased from Live for Tweed as you have not just found a new home for a wonderful clothing item, you have helped with the environmental issues of today. By purchasing you have helped and stopped clothing going to landfill, which in return reduces wastage, carbon emissions, which has helped save the environment, so thankyou as we are strong believers in clothing saving and recycling.