Grill Sergeant BBQ Apron

Grill Sergeant BBQ Apron

$25.95  $18.95
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When a man is at a grill, it's like he's on the battlefield. Grilling requires skill, strategy and more than a little luck or else the forces of evil... i.e. the meat...can come out flavorless and bland. Every soldier needs the proper weapons in his arsenal and the Grill Sergeant BBQ Apron is the perfect gear to haul it in. The camouflage apron holds six cans or bottles and has several pockets for utensils or your favorite spices. Don't go to war unprepared. Strap on the Grill Sergeant BBQ Apron and cook that meat into submission.

Be All That You Can Be

When you put on the Grill Sergeant BBQ Apron you can do more grilling before 9 a.m. than most people do in a whole day. This amazing apron can hold everything you could possibly need for the ultimate grilling experience. Gone are the ammo and grenades and they’ve been replaced with tongs and beer cans.  The ultimate grilling experience begins with the right tools for the job and the Grill Sergeant BBQ Apron is top notch.


Specs, Features and Bragging rights

- Holds six beverage cans or bottles

- Has a built in can opener

- More pockets then any BBQ master could ever need

- Made from 100% cotton

- One size fits most

- Fully adjustable length



If I wear this in my backyard, will people be able to see me?

Yes, it’s simply camouflaged, not invisible. You may blend into your forest background, but you’ll be pretty visible standing next to your brick house. Besides, when you’re wearing this, you want to be seen.


Are you sure there are enough pockets for everything?

Yes, if you run out of pockets, then you’ve got too much stuff. The apron is designed to hold everything you need and more. Tools, drinks, ketchup, mustard and anything else you can think of will fit in this massive apron.

Why We Love It

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  • Ray . Feb 1, 2013
    My wife got this for me as a joke gift, but it really is handy. Especially the beer holders. Hehe.
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