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Made for tall dudes
To set the context of this review, I'm a relatively tall and skinny woman (5'7" 110#) who works with wood and metal on a daily basis. My entire life is coated in a thin layer of sawdust. Most of my clothes have little burn holes from welding and grinding steel. I work with my hands, and I beat the $h¡‡ out of my clothes. I was hoping... Read More this would be the new barrier between my life and the life of my clothes, but the fit is iffy enough that I may not keep it. Here's what I [kinda] like about this apron: • It's attractive (which isn't worth all that much). • The material is thin, which I imagine will make the break-in easy (though I do wonder about durability). • The straps are long enough to wrap around and tie in front of you (though, possibly not for a larger-bodied person). • It's very long, offering full coverage (by long, I mean it touches the tops of my work boots). • Lots of pockets (though the shape and placement don't make a ton of sense for the tools I carry). What I don't like: • The adjustability of the neck strap is totally useless. There are two buttons directly above the adjustable clasp, which 100% interfere with actually feeding the strap through the clasp. If you can manage to feed the buttons through, you're unable to secure the strap because there are exactly two buttons and exactly two buttonholes. (Read: it's not actually adjustable at all; it's "fashion" adjustable!) • It's so long that I have to fold the mid-section over on itself in order to tie the straps around my waist (they naturally hang down by my butt). • It's so long that the lower pockets end at my knees (meaning, the tools at the bottom of the pockets aren't exactly handy). • Like most of the clothes I've bought from Patagonia, this seems like it was designed by dudes for dudes.
Hi Lar, thanks for taking the time to write us a review! We're sorry to hear about some of the disappointment with the apron. Feedback like this is truly crucial in improving products for future seasons so it's tappreciated and we've passed this along to our design crew. Overall, if you're not happy with the apron you're welcome to [return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html#searchterm=return) it.
All Seasons Hemp Canvas Apron
We like the style, color, cut and features EXCEPT the apron ties are not long enough to tie in front so we can't hang our side towels. We had planned to use these for our restaurant service staff
Sorry to hear that the waist feature has been a disappointment. You're welcome to [return](https://is.gd/DQq2nw) it to a Patagonia-owned store or send it in for a refund or merchandise credit.
From workbench to grill to wood-fired paella
I'm not putting this apron through blacksmith level rigor, but I am very pleased with the multiple-duty performance. The material is tough, but already soft. It wears well and comfortably drapes. I like the long length that protects from hot grease splatters while cooking on a low wood-fired outdoor grill, as well as offered good full coverage... Read More for workshop projects. The pockets are very useful to me for outdoor cooking (stashing spices, thermometer...), and holding small tools or parts while working other projects. I do not mind the ties being a little short, though I understand some folks would like to wrap and tie in front instead of the back. The neck-strap is adequately adjustable. Simple function. Good job.
Hemp Work Apron
I love my new apron. I didn’t have to break it in. It came soft and comfortable, and it revolutionized my life at the shop. My only two criticisms are that it pulls you down because of the neck loop, rather than shoulder straps. I find my posture is not very good when I’m wearing it. Also, there is no pencil pocket. If I put a pencil in any pocket ... Read Moreof this apron, it falls flat to the bottom and is impossible to retrieve without breaking the lead. I have to keep my pencil in my ear. I’ll be sewing a seam into the chest pocket just for my pencils. Otherwise, I carry everything I need with me, and cut my walking across the shop in half.
My favorite Patagonia Item of All Time...What Took so Long
Seriously...the symbolism inherent to this garment is so significant. This was worn by the boss to create your first hardware offerings. When I sautee inside, grill outside or just grind an axe in my garage I think of the tin shed, the southern tip of SoAm, and all the inspirationally important work your firm has done over the years. Atop all tha... Read Moret spiritual stuff I just love the garment. It fits great! Finally, a "mans apron" that doesn't make me feel a wee bit silly wearing. I actually received a bunch of compliments recently fearlessly fighting flame ups while grilling on deck for a school of middle-aged salty dogs along the shores of the Mighty Kalamazoo. Thanks for (finally!) making this item:- )
This apron has material merit, but anyone that uses a apron for real wok all know that a cross-back "shoulder straps" distributes weight of what ever is in the pockets far better than the "neck strap" design. This will leave you with sore neck/upper shoulders.
Bought this to replace a worn out Duluth Pack welders apron. This thing is great, so much more flexible then the canvas one I had. Lighter on the body and the fit is great. I use it for everything but really love it for cooking . Towel hangs nice in the pocket, and the protection is huge so I don’t worry about spills or burns. This is also great fo... Read Morer working on the bikes and boats. Barbecue... yeah the beer can fits nice in the pockets along with the tools. Buy one you will not regret it.
Great apron! I am a painter and carpenter by trade and use this apron every day. It is not as recognizable due to paint splatter, but it still is the same sturdy feel. I cook in it, paint, woodwork... you name it! This apron is something every working human should own. I customized mine for longer tails to wrap around and tie in front of me, that i... Read Mores my only recommendation. Pockets are all great, love the inner pocket and the size of the front pockets too. Great Pice of gear!
What you would expect from Patagonia in an Apron - with 1 suggestion
I picked this up at the Freeport, Maine store. This is what you would expect from Patagonia, well constructed and durable. I have no prior experience with hemp, but this fabric is apparently sturdy, yet pliable and without the stiffness of other aprons (except before many wash cycles). The pockets are very nice, and the one "inside" the u... Read Morepper chest is a nice feature. The hems are also secured with a seam tape, which is a nice detail. If this is what hemp fabric is like, I may consider some pants (now that Stand-up pants are extinct). ONE SUGGESTION: if the waist straps were approximately 8-12" longer, the straps could be wrapped around the waist and tied in front, which is convenient and also allows a dishcloth to be secured by the waist strap.
More colors please
Great apron, lightweight and doesn't pull on the neck. I use this for work as a chef so I am in it for 10-12 hours a day. I get daily compliments. Looks good, feels good, just need the charcoal and green colors available. The fit is good, I wouldn't use it for butchery but it almost goes to my knees. It has ample coverage around the front... Read More, even for a chef bod.
Best and most manly apron around!
I bought this apron a couple weeks ago and it met my expectations for a what a durable and functional apron should be. I didn't know I had expectations for aprons until I saw the All Seasons apron on the website but alas,it met them! This bad boy has three pockets on the outside and one on the inner chest to store all sorts of things from sh... Read Moreop tools,bbq marinate and seasonings,or extra beers! I've so far only worn this fine piece of hemp craftsmanship in kitchen,it did the job fantastic job as being an apron. Sizing is pretty good,I'm 5'11'',200lbs and it covers most of my chest and extends to the knees. Neck is adjustable but only by an inch or so.
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