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s="h3color tiny">This review is from: Dickies AC20 Men's Toolmaker Apron 100% Cotton (Apparel)

Dickies AC20 Toolmaker's Apron-INDIGO BLUE-OSFA Dickies AC20 Toolmaker's Apron-INDIGO BLUE-OSFA available on December 12 2015 from Amazon for 13.47
2.0 out of 5 stars
The apron has a waist and neck section that requires two straps each to wear in a traditional and comfortable manner. The replacement sent out from Dickies to BareBones again only had two straps. When I spoke to BareBones WorkWear about this the y informed me that Dickies said the apron was worn with one strap on the waist and one strap on the neck. This is quite absurd to me. I have worn aprons in machine and tool & dye shops. I have never seen an apron worn this way.
Traditionally the apron has a strap on either side and is tied in the middle.
If Dickies thinks they are saving money in a cheap attempt to provide only two straps with their aprons, then I encourage whoever reads this to pass them by and look for something else.

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When I was a Toolmaker at GM, the shop aprons were terrific; hot metal chips going down your shirt made you dance. The shop aprons caught the chips, grease & grime, and messy epoxy. Once retired, we still need the coverage on our car hobbies. I ordered an assortment of shop aprons, but this Dickies version is by far the best. They wash up well and don't shrink and wrinkle as much as the other brands. The pockets hold your scales and micrometers securely. Note this style has the white ties that attach at the neck and sides. This is the best value for a shop apron...you won't be disappointed.
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The apron has a waist and neck section that requires two straps each to wear in a traditional and comfortable manner. The replacement sent out from Dickies to BareBones again only had two straps. When I spoke to BareBones WorkWear about this the y informed me that Dickies said the apron was worn with one strap on the waist and one strap on the neck. This is quite absurd to me. I have worn aprons in machine and tool & dye shops. I have never seen an apron worn this way.Traditionally the apron has a strap on either side and is tied in the middle.If Dickies thinks they are saving money in a cheap attempt to provide only two straps with their aprons, then I encourage whoever reads this to pass them by and look for something else.
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