Leather & Canvas Split Leg Apron

The Leather & Canvas Split Leg Apron is a gorgeous blend of handmade leatherwork tradition and modern functionality. 


  • Soft and supple 3 oz black cowhide body
  • Split-leg with adjustable leather straps
  • Durable 12 oz duck canvas liner in black
  • Black top-stitching
  • Full Grain leather adjustable X-back straps and adjustable leg straps. All straps are also removable.
  • Bright brass-gold metal rivets, grommets, clips and buckles, d-rings
  • Pocket configuration that includes a 3 oz cowhide leather three chest pocket; two 12 oz duck canvas lap pockets; and a branded S&R logo cash pocket.
  • Includes FREE text embroidery! Click to add to your order!
Want to add logo embroidery to this apron? Click Here 
Apron sizing questions? Here's a link to all our measurements.  
Aprons are often made when ordered. View our current production times
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Eva Huber (@eva_jean)

Eva Huber is a tattoo artist with a style best described as playfully illustrative with a neo-traditional influence. Eva has collaborated with the likes of Ink Master, Sperry Shoes, Megan Massacre, and Inked Magazine. She has also been featured in publications such as The Boston Globe, Huffington Post, and Tattoo Magazine. Aside from tattooing, Eva loves to dabble in many different mediums, ranging from water color painting, photography, apparel design, wood carving, and painting custom leather jackets.

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    Steven T.
    United States United States

    Best tattoo apron ever!

    Very happy with my apron! The vinyl is so soft and easy to clean after a tattoo, fits and feels great, doesn’t bunch up when I sit. The custom red embroidery of my logo that matches the red stitching and flannel also looks great! So worth it. If you are a tattoo artist looking to get an apron, why not invest in your career and get the best damn equipment you can?