MR. PEPPER Chef Coat
The very popular Mr. Salt chef coat is now available in black! #hallelujah
An update on the classic, this snap-down chef coat is made with a sturdy yet breathable twill. We added a short modern collar to update the classic chef coat design and a contrasting inner neck fabric to avoid showing your sweat marks on the collar ( because you know, who’s got time for that). There’s also a pocket sleeve for sharpies and tweezers, a vent on the back of the jacket for better movement, and an apron tab on the back of the neck to keep your apron in place. On top of it all, there’s Mesh panels added to the sides of the coat for stretch, breathability and WAY more air flow. If that wasn’t enough, all our chef coats are pre-washed and also available from XS - 4XL. So if that doesn’t convince you to leave your old coats and get one of ours, I don’t know what will. In the meantime, we will be here till you come to your senses. Jk we love you.
**Our chef coat fit runs small so if you are between sizes we recommend you go one size up.
Please note - all embroidered work wear is non-refundable.
- Chef coat content: 98% cotton 2% stretch
- Contrast fabric content: 100% oxford cotton
- Performance mesh fabric: 100% polyester
- Snaps: antique brass
- Care: Wash cold, dry low or dry clean
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Ted Cizma, Spacex
"The love and ATTENTION TO DETAIL H&B puts into their craft is certainly not lost on us here at our sandwich shop with a cause."
Jamie Coates, Even Stevens Sandwiches
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Michael Tusk, Quince, San Francisco
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Cheryl Y. Kiser, The Lewis Institute & Babson Social Innovation Lab
"Thank you for tailoring these must haves with SUCH GREAT DETAIL AND LOVE! It really does show in every stitch!"
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