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Shop Apron

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0.85 LBS

Our Shop Apron works to keep your clothes clean no matter what type of shop in which you may work. The durability and functionality would be wasted if it were limited to kitchen duty only... this thing is made to be worked in! Waxed canvas construction, it features three pockets across the bottom hem. Chest pocket with twin pencil slot. Two options for straps, the standard model has a neck strap with ties at the back. The Shop Apron ESB has shoulder straps that cross at the back and adjust via three brass snaps. Serious workwear for whatever job needs doing!



27"h x 24"w, weight: 0.90 lbs.


3 slip.


18 oz. waxed canvas, cotton web loop and tie.

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  • 4
    Shop apron

    Posted by KenS on Jun 11th 2019

    I am a quad Amputee, bilaterally below knee and all 10 digits at 1st joint. When I do diy tasks I’m mostly sitting, I use the apron to protect my prosthetic legs from dust and debris getting into the vacuum suspension system that has fairly fine passages and do not function when plugged. The apron does a good job keeping things out.

  • 4
    Almost Perfect

    Posted by White Dog Woodwork & Design on Nov 9th 2018

    I like almost everything about this apron. It's tough but comfortable. Most glues don't stick to the waxed canvas (or at least can be rubbed off). The lower pockets are just in the right place for a comfortably reach. The upper pockets are perfect for a 6" ruler and pencils. The cross-over straps are very comfortable and keep the upper part half of apron close to body without feeling too confining. They also distribute the weight well. Even with lots of small tools in the pocket, I hardly notice the weight.

    What would I change? I would put a waist on to keep the lower part of the apron from falling forward. I got used to having just the shoulder straps but it took a couple of days. Also the leather tab on the shoulder straps where they cross at the back works well but I needed to fiddle with it a bit to get the comfort just right. I think this wouldn't have been the case if there had been a waist belt. The tab tends to move a bit when I put the apron on and take it off. I ended up using a couple of zip-ties to keep it from moving. Now it stays put. Maybe Frost River could give this a bit of thought.

    Is it a great apron? You bet. Is it worth the money? Yup. A couple of tweaks and it would be perfect.