Part number: N1TA
Multi-functional apron makes "bonfire" scene comfortable p>
An apron that uses NANGA's original " TAKIBI ", which is a blend of flame-retardant material aramid in a cotton-like polyester fabric, is now available.
Considering the adhesion of water and dirt, which are considered to be weak in flame-retardant materials, a well-balanced mixture of aramid fiber and polyester materials with a formulation based on Nanga's original idea provides durability and high flame-retardant properties. It is a fabric that is hard to be affected by the sparks that flutter due to the bonfire, and is hard to get rid of water and dirt.
By connecting a carabiner etc. to the daisy chain that is the accent of the design, you can hang camping equipment such as cups and gloves and carry it very conveniently.
By adopting a pocket with a gusset, even bulky items can be stored.
The shoulder straps can be crossed on the back and supported by the back waist to distribute the weight and support, and it is designed so that the body does not get tired even if you spend a long time with a lot of tools. ..
The long front zip can be opened to provide a slit in the front, which allows you to work without stress because you can expand the range of motion of your legs when you bend down or sit on a chair. I can do it. p>
By passing your foot through the loop on the back side, you can fix the apron and foot to prevent fluttering and make it easier to move. p>
The multifunctional apron is sure to play an active part not only in outdoor fields such as camping, but also in BBQ at home and daily housework.
・ Flame-retardant material TAKIBI Apron using fabric
・ Open and close the center fastener By doing so, it is possible to work while wearing an apron even if you sit in a chair.
-Small chest pocket, strong daisy chain stitched to key points can be used in various ways
-On the left chest NANGA Embroidered logo
Outer fabric: 93% polyester, 7% aramid fiber mixture
Total weight: Approximately 377g
MADE IN JAPAN
Chest circumference: 92cm
Hem width: 84.5cm
What is NANGA?
A sleeping bag maker born in the town of feathers, which was started in 1941 by the predecessor "Akira Yokota" from the production area of Omi cotton duvet.
The company name "Nanga" is derived from "Nanga Parbat" in the Himalayas.
Nanga Parbat is the 9th highest mountain in the world at an altitude of 8126m, and is also known as a "human-eating mountain". The idea of the founder, Akira Yokota, is "I'll do it because it's difficult, everyone will climb the mountain."
NANGA's commitment is feathers.
With the know-how of feather selection, hair washing, and management that we have cultivated over many years, we are able to continue making warmer feather products.