The Moonrise Project puts the sustainability message of Diamond Brand Gear into action. The fabric for our American Boro and Rescue series was originally destined for the landfill before we found it and re-purposed it into something new and beautiful!
We might be a little biased, but we think that our one-of-a-kind aprons are some of the best looking ones around. This apron is made from a patchwork of different up-cycled canvas wall tent fabrics mixed with scrap nylon pieces and other assorted off-cuts saved from being thrown away. This classically styled apron is water-resistant, durable and completely unique. Features include: A chest pocket, a large divided waist pocket, and an adjustable neck strap and waist straps.
Measurements- Height: 34″ Width: 26″
About Us- In 1881 Diamond Brand Gear first came to the heart of the Smokey Mountains. During this time, sewing and craft were a dominant aspect of daily life in Asheville. We got our start in a small, defunct hosiery mill that quickly turned into a thriving factory. When the textile industry began to offshore their facilities, we made it our mission to revive the art of sewing and keep production in the USA. We are committed to the preservation of craftsmanship, the formation of a greener economy, and the creation of durable goods that enhance the experience of all adventurers. Thus the Moonrise Project was born to help elevate our scraps and help the world through Reclaiming, Reusing, and Recreating.