KAMA-ASA’s denim apron for sharpening

€90,00

Descriptions
[Johnbull]
Johnbull is making denim casual wears in Kojima, Kurashiki city, Okayama since 1952. Kojima is renowned for producing quality denim in Japan. Johnbull has been developing original denim by their own factory and producing high quality items.
http://www.privatelabo.jp/

[Features]
A special apron for knife sharpening made by collaboration of Johnbull and KAMA-ASA. When finishing your knife sharpening, you would need to remove the burr from the blade by rubbing on newspapers or denim fabric. This apron has a different denim fabric attached on the right thigh for removing the burr.
The main fabric is black denim made by Johnbull. The stylish black color denim would discolor like vintage jeans the more you use.
This functional apron can be useful for using in professional kitchens and for home use too.
There are towel hangers on both sides. The chest pocket is convenient to put pens and memos. The large pocket on the left waist has a lid to prevent things from dropping off.

[Precaution]
-Please be careful of color transferring and shrinkage.
-Please note this apron does not have a function to sharpen knives.
-The denim fabric part for removing burr would wear out. It can be replaced by fee-based service.

[Product information]
-Size and weight
Free size Length 82cm x Width 75cm *Not including the shoulder strap
-Material: Denim
-Origin: Okayama, Japan