Deadstock Grill Apron
This no-nonsense grill apron was made from denim found in an abandoned factory in Petersburg, VA. The denim is a coarse-grain, with a retro, true indigo shade made in the late ‘60s / early ‘70s by Cone Mills. It's called "Petersburg Deadstock Denim" and used only for special, limited-run projects like our rough and tumble grill aprons. The apron is rinsed and machine washable. To produce a garment perfect for hanging out over the coals, we partnered with JM Stock Provisions, a whole-animal butcher shop, and Shockoe Atelier, known for meticulously crafted denim and denim-inspired tailored goods.