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    Quote Originally Posted by Reede View Post
    I don't know about having sharp knives sticking up towards my chest, or where my hand could run into one if it got too close to my body. Don't care for the knife carrying style.
    I'm thinking with the name "The-Blunt-Roll" is hinting the apron is used as a knife roll when you are not wearing it. I guess the picture showing the blades sticking up is part of the roll? Still, I wonder about the blades not being covered by thick leather.

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    Honestly, I didn't know Maynard was cooking it up. What Can't that guy do??

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    These are made in CT. One of my buddies has one. I think it's kinda kitschy and besides, I would need like 6 aprons to carry all the knives I normally have in my bag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyChance View Post
    These are made in CT. One of my buddies has one. I think it's kinda kitschy and besides, I would need like 6 aprons to carry all the knives I normally have in my bag.
    These are not made in CT, rather in Toronto. They are designed and individually handmade from quality denim and leather by Tanya Kelly who started the business on Etsy.

    Well worth the price for artisan made IMHO.

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    i think theyre pretty dorky

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    Quote Originally Posted by labor of love View Post
    i think theyre pretty dorky
    Only in the sense that all aprons look kinda dorky. I think these are fine as far as aprons go. However...

    Quote Originally Posted by knyfeknerd View Post
    I don't know about bending forward with that thing on!
    Yeah! If you mean bending over/forward/anywhere with knives stuck in that leather area, I think you're asking for disaster. Probably not flexble, knives might fall out, knives might be pressured and cut somewhere, etc...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnochef View Post
    These are not made in CT, rather in Toronto. They are designed and individually handmade from quality denim and leather by Tanya Kelly who started the business on Etsy.

    Well worth the price for artisan made IMHO.
    I meant to say "I think they are made in CT". That's what the dude I know who has one told me. As best I can remember.
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    how do you wash it with the leather ? seems just for show and pricey.

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    I don't like the idea of unpacking all of your gear, so's you can wear an apron. Doesn't that defeat the purpose of roll/bag? Having you **** organized/compartmentalized...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyChance View Post
    I meant to say "I think they are made in CT". That's what the dude I know who has one told me. As best I can remember.
    Maybe somebody else is doing a similar one.

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