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With an afternoon or evening of grilling on your schedule, you have two choices when it comes to what to wear: the rattiest t-shirt you own, or a nice shirt that’s all but guaranteed to get dirty. Instead, simply don this ruggedly stylish canvas apron. It provides a barrier between you and all the flyaway sauces and marinades that come with being King of the Grill.
Overall it seems a bit on the small side and the pockets seem higher than would be useable. This is more of an apron for someone cooking on a hibachi on their apartment terrace--not something for someone doing real Texas BBQ!2
Nice simple manly apron. If you need to wear an apron it might as well be canvas and leather. The leather straps could be a little thicker but for the price it's pretty nice overall.4
It has a classy and rugged look to it. In addition, it looks like it can handle a lot of wear and tear.5
deff a rugged canvas apron but i would never spend that much on an apron3
my husband lives to grill and was super pumped about this apron. absolutely loves it!5
Good apron for being around the grill. Like the color and feel of it. I don't normally wear aprons though so not sure if I'll remember to put it on. pockets are great!4
I was very happy to find the apron in my monthly installment but I will agree with the others that the price point seems high for an apron. It is better than the pastel flowery thing I wear some days but I also have concerns about the relative narrowness of the neck strap.. We need a STRAP! The neck strap is not adjustable which would be nice but perhaps not essential. Overall a nice product and it has piqued my interest in Roosevelt Supply products with which I was not familiar.3
This apron seems pretty legit, but almost looks more like something you would wear while woodworking, not cooking. I'll take it though. The best value i've gotten out of my birchbox so far.4
Who decides to send out these products in the monthly BirchBox that only about 25% (I'm guessing) of the customers can use? This apron is designed for a 6-9 year old. It's really that small. I'm 6ft 5in and it doesn't even reach the bottom of my crotch. Useless. Note to BirchBox people, you CANNOT send items that don't fit your user base. Remember the HUGE belt you sent out 2 months ago that everyone hated? Well, you've done it again. This isn't a bad product really (although someone mentioned the neck strap and it does seem flimsy), but it's a sizing issue. It's tiny. Really tiny. Big fail again and this is why I'm dropping the monthly box. Finished wasting my $20.2
I was really stoked on this item. I don't cook, however, I am using it in the garage while woodworking.5