Pilbara Full Button Long Sleeve


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Pilbara Full Button Long Sleeve

Pilbara Full Button Long Sleeve – Made for the Man on the Land but look great in Pitt Street too.

Ready to work and ready for a night out – you’ll need a few of these so you’re ready to go whatever you are doing

Sturdy & Stylish – Working or Playing – Your new go-to shirts????


Pilbara Full Button Long Sleeve
Size – XS – 5XL
Colours – Azure, Black, Cobalt-Blue, Diesel, Emerald, French-Navy, Light-Blue, Purple, Red, Stone, White
Weight – Light Weight – 150gsm

• Premium quality mercerized, double pre-shrunk, 100% cotton twill
• Superior garment assembly, twin needle stitching and bar tacks for extra strength
• Designed for comfort and style
• UPF 50+ meets Australian standard AS/NZS 4399:2017


Team them with some Pilbara Stretch Jeans and you are good to go!

Pilbara Full Button Long Sleeve



The Pilbara is located in the north of the state, bordered by the Indian Ocean to the west and extending across the Great Sandy Desert to the Northern Territory border in the east. One of the largest regions in Western Australia, the Pilbara covers 507,896 square kilometres of unique and breathtaking natural landscape.

The region offers an abundance of rugged gorges, secluded waterfalls and isolated rivers and billabongs within its three national parks; Millstream-ChichesterKarlamilyi and Karijini. In addition to its magnificent inland attractions, the Pilbara’s coastal plain is home to National Heritage listed Dampier Archipelago and the Montebello and Mackerel islands.

The estimated residential population of the Pilbara was 66,300 in 2013, with fly-in-fly-out employees boosting the population by approximately a further 50,000 people. By 2035, the region is expected to have a resident population of more than 140,000, based on the growth and diversification of the economy.

Mining, construction and exports dominate the region’s economy. The Pilbara is the state’s mining powerhouse and makes a significant contribution to the national wealth. Its iron ore and liquefied natural gas industries are valued at over $70 billion, representing more than 70 per cent of mineral and energy production in Western Australia.

In addition to attracting tourists through its unique and internationally recognised natural features, the high number of visitors to the region is also linked to mining, construction and travel for business.

There are current and future opportunities for business to locate in the Pilbara, as well as to participate in supporting the mining industry and deliver services to the region’s expanding population.


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Azure, Black, Cobalt, Diesel, Emerald, French Navy, Light Blue, Purple, Red, Stone, White


XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL, 5XL