All our products are made with love and care in RURAL Australia by men and women who have a disability.
Fussy about your apron? Many of you are.
Cooking and cleaning, gardening, your workshop, cellar door, your print shop, deli, cafe, unpacking stock in your
warehouse, all cause stains plus wear and tear on your clothes. You wear aprons to protect your clothes from everything.
In fact, so many of you wear aprons, Google has 3,460,000 entries. With all those, why do we have an apron too?
Because a friend said he and his wife couldn’t find an apron they liked. So we designed an apron simply as a gift. And we made the same apron look good on both his large girth and her delicate petite figure. Did they like their aprons? So much so, they asked for more for their friends. It’s now one of our most popular products.
Why is it called the Roadworks Apron? Because no job is too tough for this apron with style and substance.
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Roadworks Apron Facts
Material. We only use navy cotton drill because it’s made with a diagonal weave so it’s tough, washable and colourfast.
All the ties are pure cotton herringbone tape in no nonsense navy to match.
The ties are finished with chrome tips on the cut ends to give the apron that bit of class.
Style. It’s cut high in the waist, so it suits both men and women and is the perfect fit for any figure.
A generous bib has an easy to adjust neck halter to suit every size and shape.
The ties are long so that you can tie the apron in front, even if you’re well endowed.
It wraps around your hips and covers well below your knees, regardless of height.
There are three useful pockets across the front to hold anything from tools to recipes.
We detail the apron with contrasting thread to set off the rich navy colour.
At $45.00+p&h, it’ll become one of your favourite things.
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