Apron Fabric Colors
We carry a variety of fabric types for our custom aprons and lead accessories. If you need something that performs, check out our Satinguard anti-microbial fabrics or our Coolguard fabrics.
Best sellers: Coolguard Black Silk, Satinguard Dark Grey
Featuring stain resistant and anti-microbial technology only available from Protech Medical. Our Satinguard poly material will resist a wide variety of bacteria for several years.
Coolguard fabrics perform where you need it most!
Ultra-soft & breathable polyester that is fluid proof & stain resistant.
A soft, PVC nylon that is fluid-proof, stain resistant, bacteria & fungus resistant. Our lightest-weight fabric!
Increases air flow on back closure of apron. For frontal apron back closures only.
Sweat wicking, breathable microfiber with quick dry technology.
Enables natural air ventilation with air-flow technology. Interior only.
A high-quality, textured fabric placed on the inside of your apron to prevent slippage.
A high quality, durable apron fabric that is fluid and tear resistant. The nylon colors also serve as options for the apron binding/trim.
A high quality, durable apron fabric that is fluid and tear resistant. Ripstop incorporates high tensile strength interwoven fibers that are ultra resistant to tearing.
A fluid resistant polyester and nylon blend finished with custom print designs. Protech print designs require no upcharge!
Brown Animal Spots
Camo Digital Grey
Camo Pink (smalls)
Paw Prints (white)
Paw Prints (black)
Tie Die (Green)
Tie Dye (Purple)
All of our binding/trim colors.
For those who like a little Razzle DazzleIn an effort to modernize our apron prints, we've decided to introduce a series of limited edition fabrics. Want an idea of what they look like on an apron?
This Lead is Bananas
Party 'till you're Dead
Grind my Gears
Actual fabric colors may vary from the images shown. Every monitor or mobile display has a different capability to display colors, and every individual may see these colors differently. In addition, lighting conditions at the time the photo was taken can also affect an image's color. While we make every attempt to accurately represent our fabric colors, we cannot guarantee that the color you see accurately portrays the true color of the product.