Are 3 Donkeys coveralls waterproof?
Our Classic coveralls are not waterproof and are best suited for jobs that are under cover or outside to protect your clothes and keep you clean when it’s not raining. Only the Dartmoor coveralls are fully windproof, rainproof, and water repellent to keep your clothes clean and give you all-weather protection.
Do you have tall or petite sizes?
No. While our coveralls are designed to accommodate the majority of women’s sizes, we don’t currently have a tall or petite range. However, these are in development but with no definite date for release as yet.
Do I need to unzip the waist each time I want to take the coverall off?
No. Both the Classic and the Dartmoor coveralls can be removed in the same way as a traditional all-in-one. Undoing all the front zips (on the trouser and jacket) will give you a little extra maneuverability, while pulling the waist zips back a few inches on each side will release the shoulders.
Do the ballistic nylon knee patches on the Classic need treating?
No. They’re waterproof for full protection from new. But like any waterproof material, they’ll benefit from a treatment to reproof them after several washes to keep them waterproof. We recommend using NikWax products or similar.
Can I machine wash my coveralls?
Yes. Both the Classic and Dartmoor coveralls are fully machine washable. The Classic can be washed using your usual washing powder or liquid upto a 60° wash cycle. Your Dartmoor coveralls should be machine washed on their own in warm water on a gentle cycle using pure liquid soap. Alternatively they can be dry cleaned. This is because of the weatherproof Ventile material.
Can your coveralls be tumble dried?
Only the Classic coveralls can be tumble dried after washing. The Dartmoor should not be tumble dried. After washing your Dartmoor coveralls, reshape them and dry naturally avoiding direct sunlight.
Can I pull the coverall trousers on over my boots?
Only Dartmoor coveralls come with Popper leg adjustment so you can pull them over your boots while you’re wearing them. Classic coveralls aren’t designed to do this.
Where are your coveralls made?
All our coveralls our proudly made in Britain and are manufactured in Scotland, not far from Stirling.
Is your coverall sizing true?
Both coveralls have been sized using standard women’s clothing measurements and allow for everyday clothes to be worn underneath, like jeans, t-shirt, sweatshirt etc. If you’re likely to wear thicker clothes or do a lot of crouching/bending (clipping horses for example), you may wish to go up a size. The trouser waist can also be adjusted further, allowing for independent wearing without compromising the feminine look.