Lead time on the Black Betty is currently running 2-3 weeks.
About the Goods
In short, these babies are just as sweet in person as they are in the pics. Nothing short of super freaking cool. Oh, and I've only got enough green for a handful of aprons, in case that's your jam. Consider this one a "while supplies last" kind of situation.
Main Panel: Hand-dyed Black Bison Thickness:4-4.5oz whole hide leather Front pocket: Hand-Dyed Black Back Pocket: You've got options D-tabs: Black Straps: Black
Hardware:Nickel, Vintage Brass Length Options: Short version below.
Streamlined Plain Front:This is the classic Calavera style... no muss, no fuss. Still, all aprons come with a standard-issue upper pocket for pens, pencils, small rulers and such.
Lower Pocket (with or without flap):A traditional rectangular pocket style that hews tight to the main apron panel to prevent accumulation of dust and debris, with or without the inclusion of the optional upper flap.
Paolini Pocket:Generously sized, side-entry pouch design prevents dust and debris from collecting, without the need for flaps. If we were going to rock the pocket, this would be our choice. Named after Gregory Paolini, who is a fantastic woodworker and teacher, as well as one of our favorite human beings.
X-Back: For an incredibly comfortable fit, choose the adjustable 1" harness-style straps with quick-release.
Y-Back: Combines the comfort of the harness style straps with a sturdy, adjustable belt for a perfect, secure fit.
Tape Measure Clips and/or Towel Rings
Apron w/ Plain Front - See gallery for options
Apron w/ Standard Pocket - Upper positioning matches gallery. Lower positioning will go to the lower front of the pocket.
Apron w/ Paolini Pocket - Upper and lower positioning will be on the front of the pocket. See gallery for some visuals.
And if all that is way too confusing, just drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll walk you through it.
Our Approach to Our Work
At Calavera Tool Works, we take great pride in our work aprons, designed for those who work with their hands to make a living. They are, as some might say, a labor of love. And though great care goes into the handcrafting of each work apron, we will always err on the side of leaving a brand, blemish, scratch or other imperfection in the finished product rather than waste even a small amount of such a precious material. It is our belief that these aprons are meant to be used, and that these imperfections will enhance the character of what we expect to be one of your favorite investments ever.
But if for some reason you are in any way disappointed with the appearance or finish of your apron, we welcome you to return it for a full refund. We're pretty certain we can find it a good home.