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Our Shooting Apron features two large pockets with a heavy duty belt!
Great for embroidery!
I’ve been using a Wild Hare apron for more than 20 years. I just bought a new one because the elastic shell loops have lost their elasticity..I’ve started shooting a 28ga and the shells just fell through!
The new apron is noticeably improved to control roll over at the belt line.
I find the apron to be a superb alternative to a vest...any vest..in the muggy heat of central NC in the summer. A vest just cooks me...the apron let’s a vented shirt breath.
These are a great alternative to a vest especially in warmer weather. These are built like a tank and last for years. I had my first one for 20 years. Can’t beat the sale price!
This is a great alternative when I am practicing and do not want to wear a vest.
<p>Just got the apron. It seems well made and very heavy duty. I like having all the shells for a round of sporting clays handy in pouches at the front (I used to wear a vest). I can put two boxes of shells in each side, but the pockets are pretty full then. If I have to bend over, I'm likely to lose a couple. Biggest issue was the belt. It is adjustable, but on its smallest setting, my husband and I could have worn the apron at the same time. I ended up having to unthread the webbed belt from the buckle and cut it off, then burn the edges so they wouldn't fray and rethread it. I noticed a couple of other reviewers had the same issue. Wild Hare should address that. I think I'd also like the apron if it wasn't quite as stiff, if the pockets were made with a mesh material, instead of the lined vinyl it is. On a hot day, it's sweaty under there.</p>
<p>I love these aprons. This is second I've owned over last several years.</p>