Scone Polo Club International is excited to announce a collaboration with Driza-bone, offering exceptional outerwear that withstands the harshest conditions with unwavering resilience.

Driza-Bone is a brand for the people & the land, it is a legend. Whether it be the harsh deserts, fertile pastures, vast rolling hills or contemporary metropolitan landscapes, the brand has clothed and protected Australians for more than 120 years.

Driza-Bone has contributed to many key moments in Australian history, from moments of peril to moments of celebration. Oilskin tents made by the company sheltered the Anzacs at Gallipoli in 1915, while in 2007 George Bush and the leaders of 19 other APEC nations wore Driza-Bone when they gathered in Sydney.

Along the way, the Driza-Bone has grown to become a supremely versatile garment that is relied upon to weather Australia’s diverse range of challenging climates, from the tropical Savannah’s of the Kimberley and the monsoon of Arnhem Land to the arid heat of the Outback.

Officially founded in 1898, and prefigured long before that, the Driza-Bone of today stands on the shoulders of the many pioneers that have contributed to its history – and remains dedicated to outfitting the pioneers of tomorrow. As the 21st Century creates a new landscape of environmental and social extremes, both rural and urban, Driza-Bone’s hardwired heritage of innovation ensures it will continue to adapt and upgrade itself to meet the challenges ahead.