Balranald Short

Availability: In stock

$195.00
Burke & Wills were the Lewis & Clarke of Australia. Rugged adventurers who set out on a mission to explore a new and unknown continent. Today, Burke & Wills is a premium brand of rugged outdoor apparel and camping gear. The Burke & Wills expedition crossed the Murrumbidgee River at Balranald (Bell-renald) near the modern-day border of Victoria and New South Wales. This version of the Balranald Short Duster (for US Export) is the 3/4 Length version of the flagship jacket in the Burke & Wills collection.

On the Outside:

  • ◆ Crafted from rugged, water repellent 12oz Oilskin (waxed cotton) Canvas
  • ◆ Keeps the wind, rain, snow & ice out, while venting excess heat & moisture
  • ◆ Full-size cut provides ample mobility and layering capability
  • ◆ Traditional double-breasted press-stud front to seal out the elements
  • ◆ Fold-up collar with press-stud tab to shield your neck & face on those cold & wet days
  • ◆ A row of press studs under the collar for attaching an optional hood
  • ◆ The traditional Duster cape serves to catch and shed the rain from your shoulders
  • ◆ Two large Duster patch pockets to carry your sundries
  • ◆ Strap & stud adjustable cuffs allow you to tighten down your sleeves when the weather gets wet
  • ◆ Unsnap the rear vent for a more comfortable ride, or greater mobility while at work or play


On the Inside:

  • ◆ The Balranald Short is lined with a 100% cotton lining featuring a map of the route of the Burke & Wills expedition
  • ◆ A deep, drop-in, interior left breast pocket suitable for today's larger smartphones


The Balranald Short is the 3/4 Duster the 19 members of the Burke & Wills expedition wished they had with them when they departed Melbourne for the Gulf of Carpentaria in the winter of 1860. Fortunately, you can order yours right here today.
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Burke & Wills were the Lewis & Clarke of Australia. Rugged adventurers who set out on a mission to explore a new and unknown continent. Today, Burke & Wills is a premium brand of rugged outdoor apparel and camping gear. The Burke & Wills expedition crossed the Murrumbidgee River at Balranald (Bell-renald) near the modern-day border of Victoria and New South Wales. This version of the Balranald Short Duster (for US Export) is the 3/4 Length version of the flagship jacket in the Burke & Wills collection.

Crafted from rugged, water repellent 12oz Oilskin (waxed cotton) canvas your Balranald will keep the wind, rain, snow & ice out, while venting excess heat & moisture. The full-size cut provides ample mobility and layering capability. In 1860, Burke & Wills did not have zippers on their clothes, and the Balranald features the traditional double-breasted press-stud front to seal out the elements.

The collar of your Balranald folds up and features a press-stud tab so you can close it up to shield your neck & face on those cold & wet days. Hidden beneath the collar is a row of press studs for attaching an optional hood. The traditional Duster cape serves to catch and shed the rain from your shoulders. The Balranald features two large Duster patch pockets to carry your sundries.

Strap & stud adjustable cuffs allow you to tighten down your sleeves when the weather gets wet. Unsnap the rear vent to allow for a more comfortable rider, or more mobility while at work or play.

On the Inside, your Balranald Short is lined with a 100% cotton lining featuring a map of the route of the Burke & Wills expedition. A deep, drop-in, interior left breast pocket suitable for today's larger smartphones.

The Balranald Short is the 3/4 Duster the 19 members of the Burke & Wills expedition wished they had with them when they departed Melbourne for the Gulf of Carpentaria in the winter of 1860. Fortunately, you can order yours right here today.
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Color Brown
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Coat Style Dusters
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