Tin Cloth Utility Apron

SKU
11030000

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An abrasion-resistant, water-repellent utility apron.

Details

Description

This abrasion-resistant utility apron is made with dry finish Tin Cloth and features oil finish pockets to protect tools against moisture. Adjustable, rustproof, quick-release buckles around neck, back and legs allow for a custom fit. Brass D-ring on front for hanging items. Seam binding, double-needle construction and bar tacking as stress points add longevity. Hidden-snap top pocket prevents snagging on equipment.

Item No.

11030000

Fabric

11.5-oz. dry finish Tin Cloth + 15-oz. oil finish Tin Cloth

Usage

Workwear

Care

Do not wash or dry clean -- brush or wipe clean with a damp rag. Rewax as needed to maintain maximum water resistance. To prevent the transfer of oils, we recommend avoiding prolonged contact between Filson oil finish goods and light-colored fabrics, especially in warm weather.

Origin

Made in USA with imported material

Features

  • Oil finish pockets are water repellent to protect tools from rusting
  • D-ring for hanging tools
  • Wide nylon webbing straps for distributing weight comfortably
  • Made with abrasion-resistant material for protection from edges

Material

Our Toughest Waxed Canvas

Born from the need to protect against thorns and briars in the rain-soaked Pacific Northwest, Filson’s 15-oz. oil finish Tin Cloth is relied on by loggers, foresters, sportsmen and tradesmen. To create our iconic fabric, a tightly woven canvas duck fabric is saturated with a liquefied paraffin wax and oil mixture under heat and high pressure, forcing the wax into the core of the all-natural cotton fibers. Our toughest waxed cotton fabric, oil finish Tin Cloth resists tears, punctures, water and wind for heavy-duty reliability.

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