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Bucket Boss Brand 83200 Super Bib

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  • Multi-pocket tool bib with integrated pockets for just about everything
  • 5 pockets to hold larger tools and 8 narrow pockets for marking devices and small tools
  • 100-percent cotton duck construction
  • Quick-release buckle; 3-compartment chest pocket
  • Weighs 12.8-ounces shipped
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Technical Details
Part Number 83200
Item Weight11.8 ounces
Product Dimensions8.9 x 6.1 x 2.2 inches
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Item model number83200
ColorGreen
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000022444
Best Sellers Rank #130,190 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12 ounces
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 8, 1999
  
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Product Description

Duckwear Super Bib Apron has large bellow pleated pockets, designed to hold 5 pounds of fasteners and a chest pocket for pencils or rules. Adjustable at the waist and neck. Overall size 23-3/4" x 23-3/4".

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The Bucket Boss Super Bib isn't exactly what Superman would wear, but you'll feel like him when you're wearing this versatile, useful apron. With five pockets to hold larger tools and eight narrow pockets for marking devices and small tools, you'll have everything you need right at hand. The bib also has a three-compartment chest pocket and a neck strap to help carry the load. Dual hammer loops and a quick-release buckle complete the look. This bib is made from 100 percent cotton duck.

Customer Reviews

Overall a very good product and well designed.
Kyle Wheeler
I find the bib style much better than the normal style tool belts as the are more comfortable and displace the weight of the tools and other objects much more evenly.
T. Stewart
I'm going to buy another one, for when I have someone over working in my shop with me.
Ty Reynolds

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

48 of 48 people found the following review helpful By "foolfortools" on January 28, 2002
This is a quality bib. I would have given it five stars, except that it could be improved by changing the strap that goes around your neck. If you put much in the bib, the nylon strap rubs and cuts into the back of your neck. A shirt collar helps, but I often work in a t-shirt. If they made a padded section around the neck, I'd give it five stars.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By "barley11" on November 20, 2002
I had the lesser version until the hammer loop broke, then I ordered the 'Big Dog'. I found this version to be much better. There are two hammer loops, multiple screwdriver pockets, six big pockets, and adjustible straps. This apron is easy to put on, and take off. When, and if, this apron breaks, I will quickly purchase another.
If you are used to a belt, this will take some time to get adjusted to, but it is far superior, for small jobs.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By D. BROWN on October 12, 2002
As a carpenter at a psychiatric hospital I need to keep my tools close to (if not on) me for obvious safety reasons. The pockets, and dual hammer loops keep all the tools, parts, and fasteners I need at hands reach. It also helps you work more efficiently (think of all the time you spend picking up individual tools set on the floor etc.).
I have purchased more than a half dozen of these fine aprons, but I haven't worn out any of them. These things wear like IRON! Unlke those other cotton work aprons that mysteriously morph into "baby bibs" upon their first experience with a washer/dryer, these duck aprons merely get softer and more comfortable this each cleaning. I pick up another one as they become too unslighlty for the hospital appearance standards from my wiping paint, caulk and construction adhesive on them.
I recently gave 2 of my older aprons to an appreciative couple of friends who are doing the total house rehab thing. They wonder how they ever operated without them! If all products performed as well as this it would be a better world!
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Stewart Taylor on July 13, 2000
This item saves me so much time, I must waste 2 hours per weekend looking for the tape measure, pencil, hammer, or whatever that I layed down somewhere around here. It is well constructed and stands up to the rugged use that home projects sometimes call for. You can load it up or leave it light. I'm actually thinking of getting another one so I can have one setup for General Maitenance and another setup for specific projects. So now I'm always ready to tackle that Honey-do list that is now up to three pages long!
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Ty Reynolds on August 30, 2000
What else can I say...I love it. The 'Super Bib' by Bucket Boss is GREAT!! It keeps everything I use on a regular basis handy, yet not in the way. Its rugged construction tells me its going to take the beating it surely will recieve while I wear it. And most important it is comfortable, and easy to maneuver around in. I can wear what I want, and not worry about having to change afterwards. I'm going to buy another one, for when I have someone over working in my shop with me.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By R. Gerdes on August 6, 2004
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I find this great, does not fit around neck, it is like pair of suspenders, will soften up after a couple of washes, all pockets roomy, a great all purpose apron made of tough material.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Doug Karre on January 12, 2004
The bib material is A OK but the quick release buckle was of very poor quality and will not stay closed. I am currently looking for another buckle that I can have someone with a heavy duty sewing machine will replace.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Alexander Botkin on November 29, 2006
I'm sure this apron works great for some jobs. But if your job requires you to ever bend down, in any way shape or form, be prepared to dump all your tools on the floor. Hopefully at that moment you won't be working over let's say a brand new hardwood floor.

I was really excited when I first saw this apron and it is one step up from wearing a framing belt when your doing finish work....but you must train yourself to hold onto EVERY tool when bending over. Maybe it didn't fit me well or something, but it didn't work for me. It now lives rolled up in the back of the truck.

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