Taxidermy Industry

Taxidermy Aprons That Every Taxidermist Must Have

Being a taxidermist means you’re going to need a top grade durable taxidermy apron. It’s no secret that taxidermy can be sloppy, messy and downright dirty at times.  The good news is, we have found taxidermy aprons that will protect you from all dirty jobs related taxidermy operations. From skinning bear and deer to fleshing raccoons and beaver, you will find no better taxidermy apron then this rugged, heavy duty, waterproof apron.

If you are a fish taxidermist then this taxidermy apron are a must have tool since we here at the Taxidermy Journal know how messy skinning a fish can be. Also these taxidermy aprons will keep dry and protect your clothing if you power wash for fleshing.  Bird taxidermists that wash bird skins in deep sinks will defiantly want these aprons. These taxidermy aprons are water proof and durable and will last after each use and are easy to clean up.

These taxidermy aprons do not absorb grease or any other fluids if you are concerned over that. They will fit both men and women and are comfortable to wear. We here at the Journal have gotten over a year use out of one taxidermy apron.

Originally designed for dishwashers, these taxidermy aprons are used by big game hunters to butcher game meat and you will find trappers using these taxidermy aprons to skin and flesh their fur.

These are industrial grade aprons used for heavy industrial use. You will not find a better durable long lasting taxidermy apron sold anywhere locally. Stay clean and neat in your taxidermy shop while wearing a taxidermy apron.

By CJ Herring

CJ Herring has been practicing taxidermy for 22 years and resides in the hills outside of Cooperstown, New York. A crippling and disabling brain tumor took control of his life in early 2018. In 2019 CJ took a major turn for the worse and was diagnosed with Acromegaly and underwent brain tumor removal in 2020. CJ also suffers from end stage Osteoarthritis within his entire body. In 2021 CJ began his journey with total hip replacement. CJ continues to write about taxidermy and still manages the day to day operations of the Taxidermy Lab Facebook group.