Cobbler Smock

Description Our cobbler smocks protect your clothing when youre cleaning, cooking, gardening.all around the house. Front closure with pearl-button snaps. Side vents, generous arm holes and pockets. Cobbler smock comes in a variety of pretty prints. Let us choose one for you. Choose between Medium, Large, X-Large, XX-Large, XXX-Large or XXXX-Large. Order 1 size larger if smock will be worn over clo More
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