Providing birds with free, windowless housing is the best way to apologize for centuries of creepily watching them with binoculars. Make up for the public birdbath with today’s Groupon to Kakadu Traders Australia. Choose between the following options:
- For $30, you get $60 worth of hats.
- For $60, you get $120 worth of outdoor apparel and oilskin products.<p>
Customers can call to order items over the phone, or combine this Groupon with discounts during the Kakadu factory sale from January 6 to January 8, 2012. This Groupon does not include shipping.
Started almost 40 years ago by a family of outback inhabitants, Kakadu Traders Australia has since evolved its earliest oilskin-cloth vestments into a global brand of hardy outdoor apparel and gear fortified with brass hardware. Rugged hats such as the Kakadu ball cap ($19.99) safeguard heads with stylish sensibility, employing MicroWax oilskin for a 100 percent waterproof finish that keeps hair as dry as a rattlesnake’s rodent dating pool. The Baron aviator cap ($59.99) combines durable Rhino canvas with sherpa wool to keep craniums and ears covered in bitterly cold temperatures, and leather hats with wide brims and braided leather bands conjure images of a sun-swept outback.
Kakadu Traders Australia’s stock of general outdoor apparel and accessories includes work wear and gear such as bags, riding gloves, and utility holsters for men and women. The heavy weight men’s Southern Cross shirt ($84.99) made from tough 10-ounce gravel canvas includes a cowhide leather collar and two chest pockets for keeping extra stores of testosterone. The women’s Bronte shirt ($64.99) marries durability and breathability with its lightweight 5-ounce Gunn-worn canvas construction and rivet-reinforced pockets, and the sleeveless design of a women’s Jack vest lets wearers keep torsos protected and frees arms to easily hail taxis in arid desert climate.