BC58108

Large Adjustable Bib Apron No Pockets

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Description

Our Large Bib Apron is what every chef has been waiting for. This colossal apron stretches wider horizontally than any other in our respected collection providing the ultimate protection from spills and grim. Made with a thicker, adjustable neck strap and wider ties which wrap entirely around the waist, it delivers both comfort and stability. It’s carefully selected poly-cotton fabric supplies durability and strength against heavy daily usage. Visually, it goes without saying that its modest style is professional and refined.

Product Features

175g 65/35 poly/cotton.
Reinforced stress points.
Adjustable neck buckle.
Wide ties which wrap entirely around the waist.
No pocket.

Available Colour/s

Black, Slate

Item Size/s

110cm L x 87cm W.

Decoration Option

Embroidery

Decoration Area

1 Logo Embroidered (80×40)mm. Bigger area available at an additional cost. Please request quote.

Lead Time

3 – 4 weeks after artwork approval

Price Basis

Price includes free artwork and delivery to 1 metro location. Once off digitisation of $45 may apply (not for repeat orders). Excludes GST.

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Black
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