The Utility Poncho revisits a classic Australian design, Old Bluey, the original picnic blanket designed by Waverley Woollen Mills in the seventies.
Featuring a charcoal weft over a natural warp, the fabric has waterproof properties, resisting a complete soak, allowing water to bead off.
Transitioning from a woollen blanket into a stylish throw over garment with ease, the poncho is fastened with black oxidised steel clasps, bordered in a dark hue of charcoal wool and stamped with a branded leather patch.
The WSw Utility Poncho is the definition of a winter essential.
- Handmade in Australia
L - 130cm
W - 150cm
- One size fits all
- Mitch is 6’1
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