12 Best Aprons for Men
Getting stuff done around the house means getting the gear you need to get that stuff done. Sometimes that’s complicated, like finding the perfect tool for your latest garage product or testing out every cooking pan under the sun until you find your ideal match. Other times, what you need is simple, straightforward, and absolutely necessary. An apron is one of those things.
Now, you might normally think about aprons as something you need to wear while cooking and baking to protect your clothes from the inevitable mess that is cooking and baking. And this is true! They are necessary and great for that. But with all this time spent at home, you might be more aware of other domestic activities that require some clothing protection. There’s the stuff in the kitchen and then there’s barbecuing out on the grill, tending to that pandemic vegetable garden, and all those attempts to fix your creaking car yourself. There’s an apron for all of those occasions.
There are aprons made with cotton or linen fabrics that are easy to throw into the wash, making them great for cooking, and other, more durable fabrics, like waxed cotton and leather, that can withstand swipes of messy oil and other greases without crumbling to bits. We started your search by finding the best 12 aprons for men on the market right now. Shop here.
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Denim Kitchen Apron
We love Bespoke Post for its very good curation of very good products and you bet their small selection of aprons is a no-fail place to look. This kitchen apron is made with black denim, which not only looks cool, but has a longevity to its life that a more gentle fabric doesn’t.
For heavy-duty at-home projects or DIY renovations, a tool apron is a lifesaver. Not only does the thick fabric provide some extra protection against sharp and falling objects but the front pockets mean you can bring what you need without having to pause your work.
This heavyweight, easy-to-wear apron is great to have stashed in your kitchen towel drawer for quick and accessible use. The fabric is thick enough that any spills one seep onto your clothes underneath.
Adjustable Linen Cotton Apron
Food52 is one of our go-to spots for all things kitchen and its apron is no exception. The adjustable neck and back straps are helpful for people who might be sharing the apron use amongst housemates, and the linen fabric never feels bulky.
Flint and Tinder’s cotton canvas apron is a bit more heavy duty than a plain cotton or linen blend, so it’s good for both projects and people that are extra messy. It’s professional chef-approved, so it will certainly be able to withstand your, ahem, art in the kitchen.
Full Leather Apron
Boska’s full leather apron is definitely an investment but it is worth the initial payout if you’re a big DIY type of person who needs the highest quality apron out there. It’s made of leather, so it’s virtually indestructible. It protects you against grease and oil, yes, but it also deflects unruly sparks from your garage projects.
More of an outdoor project type person? GOODEE and the Organic Company teamed up to make a smart canvas apron fit for the job. It has an extra-long length and equally long pockets that can fit your gardening tools while not in use.
Ferm Living’s light, easy apron is great for those occasional baking projects you do once every three months. Sourdough is a lot of work, OK? It’s half linen, half cotton, and 100 percent the apron you will actually use when you need one.
Carhartt is one of our favorite brands because of the way it bridges the gap between workwear and workwear. You know, the stuff you wear to actually work and the stuff you wear to allude to getting work done. This apron is the stuff of function with plenty of pockets for big tools and small nails.
Filson also makes a mean functional item, and this utility apron is next level. There are plenty of pockets to keep your tools stored while you work, and a closed pocket that keeps stuff safe from falling. The durable waxed cotton fabric is abrasion-resistant and water-repellent.
Cooking isn’t the only kitchen project we’ve gotten into recently. For those who have been stocking their at-home bars with kits and cocktail ingredients, add an apron for the full effect. It stores your mixing items and a towel for inevitable spillage.
Duck Nail Apron
For something a little more low-key, Carhartt makes a small apron that’s really just for bringing things with you and less for full-body protection. These stacked little pockets are made to fit nails so you don’t have to carry them in your hand.
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