Camo Craftsman's Apron
We designed this apron to be as functional and comfortable as possible. The cross-back leather straps displace the weight of the apron making it feel light and easy to work in. The adjustable straps connect to the apron body with hand aged solid brass hardware. It features two pockets, one at the top with a snap closure and another one at the bottom. All edges are leather bound. The body of the apron is made from a 1960's deastock camo canvas.
Handmade in our Michigan shop.
-1960's Deadstock Camo Canvas
-Hand Aged Solid Brass Hardware
-Hand Hammered Copper Rivets
The cotton yarns that compose duck canvas are more densely and tightly woven than denim, amounting to a durable fabric that effectively resists weather and abrasion.
For bags with leather accents, we recommend spot cleaning the duck canvas using an all-natural canvas cleaner. To wash duck canvas garments by hand, submerge the garment for 1-2 hours in cold water using a mild detergent. Agitate the garment occasionally to ensure proper saturation. Rinse with cold water. While wet, thoroughly stretch the garment at its seams to help prevent shrinkage (this step is crucial with duck canvas, as it tends to be more prone to shrinkage than other cotton fabrics). Avoid machine drying. Hang dry instead.
Duck canvas will eventually break down with heavy or regular use. We encourage sending your bag or garment to us for repair before large holes or blowouts develop.