The Trailworks Apron, part of our workwear-inspired Trailworks collection, is the bike-tuning, garage-meddling, barbecue-handling canvas-cotton apron you didn’t know you needed until now.
You’re cleaning and tuning your bike and there’s mud, grease, and chain lube seemingly everywhere. Or maybe you’re gardening or working on your car or doing some carpentry or grilling burgers. The point is: The project is messy, and so are you. We’ve all been in this situation and just wiped grease or barbecue sauce on our pants because it was easier than getting up to find a rag. Enter the new Trailworks Apron, made from remnant fabric that’s leftover from our workwear-inspired Trailworks collection.
You’ll wear the Trailworks Apron in those moments when work and play merge, like at the end of a mountain bike ride when your bike needs some maintenance or in the backyard while building a shed for storing your skis. The apron itself is made from a tough cotton-canvas fabric with a tiny bit of stretch, so it won’t restrict movement. Since it’s made from scrap fabric, it’s keeping waste out of the landfill. It has heaps of front pockets for stashing tools or supplies and an adjustable neck strap and tie around the waist for a just-right fit.
The apron is the latest addition to our well-loved Trailworks collection, a high-utility line of useful, durable essentials that’ll carry you from one season to the next. The collection includes the men’s Trailworks Bib, Trailworks Pant, and Trailworks Short, as well as the women’s Trailworks Bib. The unisex Trailworks Jacket is your trusty packable rain shell and emergency layer. You can work, live, play, and get outside in any capacity in these pieces. It’s our new favorite go-to collection for spring and summer.