Pilbara Half Button – Short Sleeve – To 6XL
Pilbara Half Button Short Sleeve
Ready for a Full Days Work or a Night on the Town – Looking Good Big Fella!!!!
Half Button Styles work well for Blokes with a bit of a belly – no strain on the lower buttons – gives a much better look and comfort
These shirts are a little longer too – so they tuck in well if that’s what you do.
If you have big shoulders maybe consider going up a size in these
Pilbara Half Button Shirt – Long Sleeve also available in Full Button
Pilbara men’s closed front shirt
Size – XS – 6XL
Colour –Cobalt-Blue, Emerald, French-Navy, Light-Blue, Red, Stone
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
Pilbara Half Button Shirt – Short Sleeve – XS To 6XL in Cobalt-Blue, Emerald, French-Navy, Light-Blue, Red, Stone
Red Dog was called by a variety of names by those who knew him, including Bluey, Tally Ho, and Dog of the Northwest.Tally Ho was his first name, given to him by Colin Cummings, who is believed to have been his first owner, and brought him to Dampier. The nickname “Red Dog” has been attributed to the red dirt of the Pilbara Region (although “red dog” is a common nickname for red kelpies and heelers, much in the same way as “blue dog” or “Bluey” is a common nickname for the Australian cattle dog).
His second owner was John Stazzonelli, a bus driver with Hamersley Iron, who took the dog with him in his bus. With John, Red Dog traveled as far as Perth, Broome, Roebourne, Point Samson and Port Hedland.
Following Stazzonelli’s death in 1975, Red Dog spent a lot of time traveling on his own. He was also taken in by many members of the community, and a veterinarian who treated him. Each time he visited the vet, it was with a new owner. Red was made a member of the Dampier Salts Sport and Social Club and the Transport Workers’ Union, and was also given a bank account with the Bank of New South Wales, which was said to have used him as a mascot, with the slogan “If Red banks at the Wales, then you can too.”