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Kufukaa Austin Trim Pinafore: Split Apron

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Size

Small, Medium, Large, XL

Description

Whether you are tacking the next Curried Chicken recipe or trying to perfect the Classic Shrimp Scampi, we’ve updated our utilitarian apron with our signature design. Kufukaa Austin Trim Pinafore: Split Apron is an all-rounder apron with a split leg feature that makes it the most comfortable fit for your busy kitchen workflow. Our premium, finest quality fabric and industry-grade stitching come together to create a stylish apron with a contemporary but bold design. The comfortable fit allows you to engage in a busy workflow without worrying about your workwear. Each apron comes carefully wrapped in our branded recyclable package.

Product Features:

❍ Handmade in Kansas City, U.S.A
❍ Crossback; Wear without tying
❍ 65% Polyester 35% Cotton

Specifications:

Dimensions:
For Small and Medium:
Length: 35’
Chest: 9.5’
Cross-back: 27’
Width: 35’

For Large and XL:
Width: 43’’
Length: 37’’
Chest:12’’
Cross-Back: 30’’

Care guidelines:

Wash and dry on low to medium heat (or hang dry when possible). Remove any knots prior to washing. Do not bleach this Denim Apron. You may dry clean this apron with any solvent except Trichloroethylene. Machine wash at 50oc. Iron carefully on a 2 Dot (Warm/150oC) heat setting. Do not tumble dry.

Ensure that the spin speed is low and the apron is removed from the washing machine as soon as the cycle is complete. Iron on the reverse side of the apron while still damp for the best finish. Note: Denim will fade and distress over time, though this will only add stories, style, and character to the apron.

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