Braai Aprons

This person can braai 2 – Personalised Braai Apron


Let’s face it, not everyone has the ability to braai the perfect peace of meat. Show your hubby, dad, grandad, uncle etc that you really appreciate their skills with this personalised apron.

Apron Personalisation

  • Name to go on apron *

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When will you get your apron?

Please note that our aprons are not preprinted. Instead, we adopt a print-on-demand approach to ensure that each apron is customized to your specific preferences. This means that once you place an order and have made payment, our production team will diligently work on creating your apron with great care and attention to detail.

The production process typically takes between 5 to 7 working days to complete. After this time, your apron will be ready for either collection or delivery via courier, depending on your chosen option during checkout.

We understand the excitement of receiving your personalized apron, and we assure you that we are committed to delivering a product that exceeds your expectations. Should you have any questions or require any further assistance, please don't hesitate to reach out to us.



Our aprons are manufactured from an 80% Polyester, 20% Cotton blend which makes them light weight, durable, quick drying, and stain resistant.

Furthermore, this Polyester/Cotton blend tends to wrinkle less than put cotton and holds up well against normal wear and tear.

Apron dimensions:

✔️ Braai Apron Width: 700mm
✔️ Braai Apron Length: 1000mm
✔️ Braai Apron String Length: 960mm each


Two handy pockets

Our Braai Aprons come with two handy pockets. This is essential if you are looking for the opportunity to hide the good biltong, matches, blitz or that extra emergency beer in a safe place.

Pocket dimensions:
✔️ 190mm high x 215mm wide

One size fits all

As we all know South Africans come in a variety of shapes and sizes.

Let’s just say that these braai aprons are fairly generous 😊…they leave enough room for the mighty men that will wear them, and their six packs (or should we rather say their 5L papsak)