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Arsenal 5700 16-Pocket Apron

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  • 16 Pocket Apron: Ergonomically designed to hold tools, fasteners comfortably.
  • 14 Oz. 100% cotton duck with reflective trim
  • 3-compartment chest pocket
  • 8 pockets for pens, pencils, and small tools
  • Dual hammer loops
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Arsenal 5700 16-Pocket Apron + Bucket Boss Bucket Boss 80200 Duckwear SuperBib Apron + Bucket Boss Brand 83200 Super Bib
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 13690
Item Weight5 pounds
Product Dimensions8 x 12 x 1 inches
Item model number13690
Colorgray
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionWe stand behind everything we make and guarantee our products to be free of defects in materials and workmanship to the original purchaser for the lifetime of the product. Damage, abuse, and/or normal wear are not covered.
  
Additional Information
ASINB000LBK7WO
Best Sellers Rank #7,065 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 14, 2008
  
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Product Description

Product Description

16 Pocket Apron: Ergonomically designed to hold tools, fasteners comfortably. Reflective

From the Manufacturer

Strap it on, snap it shut, roll it out, and cinch it tight with the Arsenal Tool Storage Series. Because the devil is in the details and we didn't leave a millimeter of wiggle room for Mr. 666 to pull you down into the hellfires of your work zone. We're talking' bout a series of spot-on, heavy-duty polyester, canvas and cotton duck storage options that leave nothing to chance - and do everything to restore your faith in a job well done.

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Customer Reviews

Very well made.
Jim from Texas
It takes all of the weight off your neck and can be worn comfortably even when the apron is loaded with tools.
mdeluca
There are many pockets and they are well sized and arranged.
Joel

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

60 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Saxe on July 2, 2008
I'm a finish carpenter who ends up needing lots of little tools close at hand but who dislikes the bulky bags most carpenters wear. I've used the bucket boss brand which is very durable and well designed- except that it hangs on your neck which gives me posture problems. There is a cross-back bucket boss apron but it is of light weight construction. I've been using the throw-away light-weight white (CLC?) cross back 12 pocket apron which actually is pretty comfortable for me (Average build, 5'11") but tools wear through it pretty quick.
The Ergodyne is light and very sturdy for the price. Pockets are a little larger than average. Hammer loops are strong and narrow side pockets fit a Stabilo torpedo level perfectly. After 5 months of almost always wearing it for 45 hr work week the only failure is some of the stitching at bottom edge of large chest pocket ( A little adhesive caulk does the trick :) ) So no five stars but would do 4 1/2 if I could. As for comfort- I cant get it to fit perfect but is more comfortable than the Bucket Boss. Not a lot of strap adjustment if you're a big guy.
Will buy again.
Update- 12/28/11 I just read my own review and had to change it from 4 to 5 stars. I'm just wearing out my 4th or 5th apron and I'm ordering more (I order them 2 at a time now). If you don't currently wear a work apron an added bonus is that it keeps your clothes cleaner and you can wipe excess glue on it :) . One down side I didn't mention (this is probably true of most aprons) is that when you bend down stuff can fall out of the top pocket - something to consider if you do a lot of baseboard...
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By MikeH on April 5, 2013
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I'm sure this is a great apron. I have a big woodshop/workshop and I thought these would be great for myself and the other guys, so I bought a few of them based on the reviews. It's sturdy, it's beefy, and I'm sure it lasts a long time. But I'm 6'1, one other guy is 6', and the other is 5'8. It fit one of the guys comfortably. The other two of us....not even close. The bottom of the apron doesn't even come down to my belt line, same with the other fellow. We both cracked jokes about how it would be a perfect lobster bib for eating out.

So, I'm sure it's great. It feels like a great apron. But there are some other reviews on here saying it's very short. And it is. Like I said, even with the straps extended as far as they could go, it still didn't even come down to my belt line. It feels very odd to have to lift my hands up and curl them inside the pouches that are settled at my rib cage. It could be that I'm used to my old aprons where the pouches sat below the belt line and my hands just automatically settled on my tools, but this just didn't work for me based solely on the size of the apron and the size of two of us who are 6' tall.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By S. Schweighauser on July 20, 2007
The apron is durable & very well made. what I don't like is that it was designed for a shorter person than myself (6'2"). I wish I could adust the neck stap about 3-4" longer.
That is my only complaint
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By ol' WC on December 22, 2011
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For the reviewer that complained that it was too short...I guess, I'm 5-10 and 175 and it is too short for me. The strap in the back that is. Once I make a new strap it will be much improved. Apparently designed by the Chinese for the Chinese.

In my forty+ years in construction, I have worn out many Carhartt aprons, and they are made of heavier material than this one, so not sure how long it will last.

The buckle doesn't feel like it will take much abuse, and the straps are a bit anemic. The neck strap however does spread the load quite well. I always end up stitching up different configurations for my selection of tools, and this apron will see some of that. I would design the pockets that catch all the sawdust (for us woodworkers) with a series of flaps with Velcro on both sides. Flip down when the dust is flying, and up when you are in and out with tools.

This is especially nice for the chest pocket(s) so you don't have to say bad words when your small precision rule or your calculator hits the floor, as it will when you bend over to nail up trim in a toe kick.

Could also be better with a couple of well place snaps or rings to hang a knife on or the dust collector remote.

On the positive side, I (so far) like the hammer loops. They keep your hammer close to your side and are fairly easy to get in and out. Probably not for anything more than a finishing hammer though. This is not for framers or those in the trades are known to be "good on rough work", and "rough on good work".

I'd give it 3 1/2 stars if I could. Your mileage may vary.Arsenal 5700 16-Pocket Apron
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By S. Dalzell on January 10, 2011
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I wore out my last two aprons and found this one to replace my last from BucketBoss. Works well but I don't think the hammer loops will last. They are elastic which, in my experience, will last about 12 months before losing its elasticity. I much prefer webbing but did not know until I received it. Other than that, I like it pretty well. I am short and roundish (5'6"/190#) and it is pretty comfortable to work it in.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 29, 2010
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I have used several aprons over the years and was looking for an upgrade. I forgot I was even wearing it. There was no pulling on the neck an fit the body well so there was nothing loose to potentially get caught up in machinery.
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