Built on our Classic design, the Back in Black started as a limited run and ended up becoming one of our most popular aprons. To be fair, swapping the front and back pockets and adding some black d-tabs is nothing earth-shattering, but we think it looks pretty cool and think you might as well!
At its core, our Tobacco apron is rugged, oil finished piece of leather awesomeness that feels broken-in right out of the gate for a lifetime of comfort and protection from sawdust, splinters, spills, errant flying what-not or whatever else have you. Features 2 hard-wearing, adjustable strap options made from the toughest bridle leather we could find.
Main Panel: Chrome-tanned, oil-finished Tobacco Thickness:4.5-5oz whole hide leather Front pocket: Black Back Pocket: Mahogany D-tabs: Black
Length Options: Short version below.
26" - 5'6" and below 28" - 5'7"-5'8" 30" - 5'9"-5'10" 32" - 5'11"-6' 34" - 6'1"-6'2" 36" - 6'3"-6'4" 38" - 6'5" and above 40" - For the really, really big kids.
Please use this as a guide. If you want more coverage, go with the longer size. If you sport a large bay window or for some other reason require a bigger fit, go with the larger size.
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. We strongly endorse the Y-Back.
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 positioning will be on the front of the pocket, near the top. Lower positioning will be on the front of the pocket. See gallery for visual.
And if all that is way too confusing, just drop an email to email@example.com and we'll walk you through it.
A note on oil-finished leather:
This leather starts out extremely soft, with an immediate broken-in feel and fit. Please be aware that oil-finished leather has the potential to stain light colored clothing due to it's varying, but high content of, well... oil.