|Item Model Number||C-12|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Item Weight||18 g|
|Product Dimensions||40.64 x 50.8 x 30.48 cm|
CLC Custom Leathercraft C12, 5 Pocket Canvas Waist Apron Toolbelt
+ $8.41 Delivery
- Heavy duty cotton canvas
- Pockets for tools, pencils, parts and more
- One size fits ost, fits waists 29-inches to 50-inches
- Machine washable
- 5 pockets and dual hammer loops
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C12 Features: -Heavy duty cotton canvas. -Pockets for tools, pencils, parts, etc. -Machine washable. -Polypropylene hammer loop. Generic Specifications: -5 pockets waist apron. Dimensions: Overall Width - Side to Side: -8.75 Inches. Overall Product Weight: -0.28 Pounds.
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In the tools close photo left to right are a hammer, rasp, screwdriver, utility knife unseen, nail set center, tape unseen, combination square, 2 chisels, etc..
In the desktop photo the tape is lifted out to show a 25' tape can fit in pocket. In the clip-carry photo it shows the tape being clipped on center pocket to carry. Saves room for nails in pockets.
In the desktop drillbits photo left to right are pliers, screwdriver above hammer, cold chisel, two wood chisels, 16' tape, 2 drill bits, nail set, empty pocket for nails, wood rasp, combo square.
While there are not as many pockets in the C-12 as in the C-14, I think the pockets are just a wee bit deeper which I like, about 6 full inches instead of the 5&1/4 - 5&1/2 inches in the C-14. However the largest pocket on the C-14 is 5-1/2" x 5-1/2" and the C-12 is 6" high x 4-1/4" wide, not as wide as the C-14.
I am considering sewing this apron onto a pair of Dickie's painter bibs or hickory stripe bibs since they obstinately refuse to make carpenter overalls. After washing it I cannot get my big monster Craftsman 25' tape in it, but I didn't plan on carrying it anyway. It's for the workbench.
I cut a rear pocket from 12 ounce canvas and hemmed it. Cut a little shorter at top than C-12 apron so it would blouse open. Then I sewed it onto the back of the C-12 and now I have a great big pocket behind the other pockets of the C-12. Thinking of sewing it closed in the middle to create two large pockets. People are saying they wish someone made a nail apron you can stick your hands into and this one enables that. You can see the photo of it bloused open ready for meter to go in and next pic the meter is lying in top of it and it will go completely down into the big pocket. Other photo is rear where I sewed it to C-12 apron. Suggested it to CLC, and as usual they haven't responded yet.
Now I don't waste time & energy looking for them. Even tho this apron isn't exactly 'stylish', it's great for hot weather and no-one is looking anyway, so it works for distracted me. Well-made.
The pockets were perfect for the drain bulbs (I had 2). The size of the apron and the straps would accommodate both small and larger waists. It never felt like it was "in the way," and I liked the thick cotton feel.
Highly recommend for this unconventional purpose!
It also washes well in cold or cool water on a delicate setting and doesn't shrink in the dryer on a cooler setting, for those who wish to keep it clean.