Ernest Squire Kevlar Workshop Apron

Aug 9, 2018

Category: Gear

Working with your hands in a garage is rewarding, but it’s also messy and sometimes dangerous. But you can curb some of that risk by wearing a cover – like the Ernest Squire Double-Layer Workshop Apron, a cloth cover inspired by the need for storage and protection during rapid pit crew-work.

This isn’t any old cloth apron, however; this one has a little trick up its sleeve in the form of a 20% makeup of K-Canvas – a heavy cotton and Dupont Kevlar blend. While the fabric is super tough, it also benefits from double-layering, triple stitching, and a number of gear-stashing pockets – including a padded gadget pocket, triple-section lower storage, and a reinforced triple utility pocket. Protect yourself from grease, grime, sparks, and more with this stellar work apron for $72.

Purchase: $72

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