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Xapron Apron Utah Rest

  • Xapron Apron Utah Rest
  • Xapron Apron Utah Rest
  • Xapron Apron Utah Rest

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  • Article code: SA340147-74
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Product description

Xapron Apron Utah Rest

Xapron Apron Utah Rest

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These Utah aprons are cut from extra-oiled full-grain buffalo leather. Full grain is leather in which the surface has remained completely intact. This buffalo leather is therefore extra sturdy, yet very flexible and comfortable to wear. Equipped with a tea towel loop.

Product information

  • Handmade in the Netherlands (Waalwijk)
  • 100% top quality, smooth buffalo leather
  • Sturdy adjustable straps
  • Simple adjustable buckle closure
  • Equipped with tea towel loop

Performance
Utah leather aprons are available in three colors: Black, Choco and Rust.
Choose from three lengths: 74 cm (60 cm wide), 82 cm (60 cm wide) and 89 cm XL (70 cm wide).

Personalize your apron? It's possible!

By choosing your favorite leather quality, color and any accessories, your leather apron is already quite unique in its kind. Do you want that extra step now? Then choose a leather apron with name. This way you are assured that nobody else is walking around in exactly the same creation as you. Although we cannot guarantee that if your name is Jan, Niels or BBQ master;)

We can make a leather BBQ apron with name in 3 different ways. Knowing more? Click here!

Choose your desired design in the choice menu, and we will contact you for the logo / name!

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