The Cascade apron

65.00

Never out of range. Or pockets for that matter. Steep and rugged.

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The Cascades are a segment of the Pacific mountain system of western North America and extend northward for more than 700 miles (1,100 km). Many peaks exceed 10,000 feet (3,000 metres), including Mount Hood and Mount Rainier. Marked by glaciation (which has formed many lakes) and stream dissection, the mountains are a headstream region for the Willamette River. Except for the peaks lying above the timberline, the entire range is heavily wooded and is within conservation areas and national forests.
[source: britannica.com]

The Cascade apron does not come one peak short. It features two large side pockets with an extra small one for your cooking notebook or phone. The larger chest pocket will keep your pencils and other tools you need in your kitchen or workshop in check.


Specifications

  • Material: Workwear | 65% polyester | 35% cotton
  • Model is 1.80m
  • Apron chest width 28.5cm, body length 76cm, body width 70cm
  • Handmade in Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Procedure

  • Aprons are made on order and shipped in 10-12 days
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Description

The Cascades are a segment of the Pacific mountain system of western North America and extend northward for more than 700 miles (1,100 km). Many peaks exceed 10,000 feet (3,000 metres), including Mount Hood and Mount Rainier. Marked by glaciation (which has formed many lakes) and stream dissection, the mountains are a headstream region for the Willamette River. Except for the peaks lying above the timberline, the entire range is heavily wooded and is within conservation areas and national forests.

The English navigators George Vancouver and William R. Broughton saw the Cascades in 1792. The American explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, on their expedition to the northwest in 1806, passed through the range in the 4,000-foot- (1,219-metre-) deep Columbia River Gorge on the Washington-Oregon border. The range was named for the great cascades found near the gorge.

[source: britannica.com]

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