Allingtons Blog

Author: Amelia Phillips  

Welcome to "The Country Mile" - Our Blogs...Our Way!

Check out our blogs for tips, ideas, product suggestions, social awareness articles, business updates, and sometimes just plain useless bits of information that you never knew you actually needed!

P.S...Don't forget to keep an eye on our Socials for even more exciting Allington's news, sales, competitions, and much, much more.

 

 

 

A ‘Country Mile’ is a term used to describe an undetermined unit of measure. It can mean many things to many people. Read on to find out what the ‘Country Mile’ means to us.

Welcome to the brand new Allingtons Outpost Blog! This is a blog for our new and old valued customers to see our products, gain advice and see what is new in this industry.

You might call them a Rugby Jersey, a Rugby Jumper, or a Rugby Shirt. At Allingtons, we call them a Rugby Top. Have you ever wondered where the Rugby came from and why it's called a Rugby? We've got the answers for you right here!

What Aussie words & phrases define you? Are you Aussie As….“a late-night trip to Macca’s”, “shrimp on the barbie”, “Cricket at the G”, “a Fair Dinkum’ good time”, or just simply “G’day Mate!”.

Whether you're strolling the city streets, sweating it out on the worksite, or roping a steer at the rodeo, stay sun smart, safe, and stylish with the Allingtons range of Country, Work and Western Wear.

Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Pink, Reflector Tape, no Reflector Tape.... Confused about what Hi-Vis gear is the best for you? We break it down for you in our easy-to-read blog. Check it out now and be seen on the worksite.

If you have invested in a pair of western boots, (or country boots, or cowboy boots) then it makes sense to look after them. If you're reading this, then chances are you're looking at those boots and thinking they're in need of some love.

With so many styles of work boots and shoes on the market right now it can be hard to determine which is the best choice of safety footwear. Composite or Steel? Here are some tips to help you get the most from your biggest investment.

Your best jeans have just lived their last day. Does the thought of heading out and buying a new pair make you want to climb back into bed and pull the doona up over your head? Check out our simple buying guide for that perfect pair of jeans.

The stockwhip, which is the most common type of whip used in Australia is said to have originated from the English hunting whip has evolved into it’s new type.

Akubras are made to adapt and conform to your head after a little wearing in. It is essential to pick the right size to ensure that your Akubra will fit properly and wear perfectly.

Bamboo is a wonderful, green resource and hugely beneficial to us and the environment. Being sustainable is a major aspect in lots of people’s lives at the moment. We need to look after the environment in order to assist it in helping us.

Allingtons is expanding its workwear variety with the new Hard Yakka 3056 Range. Hard Yakka has rebranded and is back with all new features and products to keep the working man or women up to date in both safety and style.

Think of a good quality winter jacket as an investment. You want something durable, stylish and most importantly- warm. But how do you know what type of jacket or coat will suit your needs? Well, do not worry because we are here to help!

Getting a new pair of boots is exciting and fun. The feeling of slipping on that fresh leather boot for the first time is incomparable. To keep the feeling going for the lifetime of the shoe, it is important to properly care for it.

The cowboys and cowgirls of country NSW flock to the Allingtons Deni Store every year to gather up all the country, work & western wear that they could possibly need.

We sent some FXD Womens Pants and Shorts out into the world to see how they lasted against constant wear, mud, dirt, grease and more. Check out what the ladies had to say about this range

Buying boots are an investment. If you’re stuck on what type of boots will be right for you, then listen up

The honey bee is the most important process in growing crops, for their pollination is what keeps the produce growing and able to reproduce our favourite foods.

We all know that for most parts of Australia, summer is not about surfing and cocktails by the pool.



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