Built for the same purpose as the long drovers coat, pure function and features much the same only in a 3/4 jacket length. Corduroy collar, stencil printed full cotton lining with two internal security pockets.. Double snap down storm plackets cover the front snap closure. Draw corded at the waist, full shoulder cape, adjuster sleeve tabs and bottom front flapped patch pockets that cover hand warmer pockets. Double back vents for riding everything. The button-in liner facility accepts any of our optional vest or jacket liners.
Understanding MicroWax Products made using our MicroWax cloth are as tough as they come - water-repellent, abrasion-resistant & breathable. The breathability arises from the fabric's crystalline structure which varies and aligns with an increase of body heat, thereby allowing sweat in the form of water vapour to escape.
To clean your MicroWax oilcloth garment, simply wipe or hose down with tepid water, then hang to dry in a cool, well ventilated area out of direct sunlight.
Do NOT use hot water, machine wash or dry clean. Don't use any soap or detergents and don't force dry in front of any heat source.
Oilcloth garments should be reproofed every 2-3 years depending on wear, using Kakadu's MicroWax Reproofing Cream.
On average, women should order one size smaller for unisex sized garments (if you size to a 3XL in women's, order a XXL for unisex).
WOMEN'S SIZE CHART
For women's clothing, order as sized below.
HOW TO MEASURE YOUR HEAD
Kakadu hats - or Mates as we often call them - come in all shapes and sizes so you're sure to find a Mate that suits you.
But first things first, lets determine your correct size. Remember you want comfortably firm
Wrap a tape measure or a piece of string (if you use string, you'll need a ruler as well) around your head so that it is above your eyebrows and a 1cm / half and inch above your ears. No need to pull too tight - remember you want your hat to be comfy!
Follow the size guide below to help determine your size. There are some slight variations in size depending on the fabric used for the hat - thicker materials mean the hat fit will be a bit tighter and thin fabrics a bit touch looser