Pilbara Jeans Cotton Stretch
Pilbara Jeans Cotton Stretch – Classic Fit
Mens Cotton Stretch Jean
- Size: 72R to 112R, 87S to 132S, 79L to 94L
- Mid Rise – Straight Leg – Classic Fit
- Crafted from Premium Quality Cotton Elastane Stretch Twill
- All Year Round Weight
- Peached Finish
- Comfortable Fit Five Pocket Styling
- Superior garment assembly, twin needle stitch
- Bar tacks and Rivets for extra strength
- YKK Zip
- Colours: Black, Bone, Ink-Navy, Moss, Vintage-Grey, Wheat, Whiskey New Colour SeaGrass due late May 2021
Pilbara Collection is an innovative brand that is rapidly expanding on the Australian market. Styling, fit and fabric performance are key features in the Pilbara Collection range of garments. Built with Quality Fabrics to ensure they wear well and look good.
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Just How hot is it in the Pilbara – from Wiki
The climate of the Pilbara is arid and tropical. It experiences high temperatures and low irregular rainfall that follows the summer cyclones. During the summer months, maximum temperatures exceed 32 °C (90 °F) almost every day, and temperatures in excess of 45 °C (113 °F) are not uncommon. Winter temperatures rarely drop below 10 °C (50 °F) on the coast; however, inland temperatures as low as 0 °C (32 °F) are occasionally recorded.
The Pilbara town of Marble Bar set a world record of most consecutive days of maximum temperatures of 100 degrees Fahrenheit (37.8 degrees Celsius) or more, during a period of 160 such days from 31 October 1923 to 7 April 1924.
The average annual rainfall in the region is between 200 and 350 millimetres (7.9 and 13.8 in). Almost all of the Pilbara’s rainfall occurs between December and May, usually with occasional heavy downpours in thunderstorms or tropical cyclones. The period from June to November is usually completely rainless, with warm to very hot and sunny conditions. Like most of the north coast of Australia, the coastal areas of the Pilbara experience occasional tropical cyclones. The frequency of cyclones crossing the Pilbara coast is about 7 every 10 years. Due to the low population density in the Pilbara region, cyclones rarely cause large scale destruction or loss of life.