Regular Lead X-Ray Half Apron, Lap-Guard, 0.5mm Pb, Buckle Closure, Pediatric Size
- Size: 8" x 10" Questions about sizing? Contact us at (800) 225-4805 prior to placing your order.
- Lead: Regular Weight, 0.5mm Pb eqivalency front protection
- Usually Ships Within 10 Business Days
- 1" buckle belt closure
- NOTE: All returns of this item are subject to a 50% restocking fee. For questions regarding Colortrieve's return policy, please contact us.
Chef's Apparel Personalized Custom Names and Prints Aprons for Men and Women. GET YOUR NAME AND ALSO PICTURES PRINTED!! (White/ Queen Baker)
- Beautiful Aprons with pocket
- Message us the font and name, we will write that for you on Aprons
- You may also get the any other picture printed on Apron
- Buy 2 or More and get 5% off. Buy 10 and get 15% off.
- Send the picture attached to us to get it printed.
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Masonic Dictionary | APRON | www.masonicdictionary.com
APRON. In early English, napron was used of a cloth, a tablecloth, whence our napery, nap-kin; it apparently was derived from the Latin map pa, the source of "map."