These 8 aprons are guaranteed to spice up BBQ season

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Because stains are never in style.

Barbecue season has finally come! And with Fourth of July weekend just around the corner, the peak of BBQ season is quickly approaching. For some, that may mean hours spent roasting over a grill or smoker to produce delicious meats.

Either way, spills, splatters and stains are to be avoided. But depending on your cooking process, avoidance can seem nearly impossible. That’s where aprons come in. These nifty garments protect you from grease and other cooking byproducts. And lucky for us, we live in a day and age where wearing an apron doesn’t require sacrificing style.

1) Prove you can make more than a damn good cup of coffee with this Twin Peaks-inspired apron. 

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Price on BoxLunch: $27.92 (regularly $34.90) 

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2) And the Burger of the Day is…

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Price on Amazon: $21.99 (regularly $23.99)

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3) Transform yourself into the cooking machine you need to be. 

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Price on BoxLunch: $15.92 (regularly $19.90)

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4) This apron is tough enough to withstand even the most devilish dishes. 

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Price on Amazon: $21.99 (regularly $23.99)

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5) Protect your outfit from getting Rickety-Rickety-wrecked, son.

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Price on Amazon: $10.75+

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6) Trek these aprons out!

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Price on Amazon:$18.30

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7) No more making multiple trips to the kitchen. This apron stores everything a master griller could possible need. 

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Price on Amazon: $19.99

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8) For the sarcastic chef. 

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Price on Amazon: $14.99

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Marisa Losciale

Marisa Losciale

Marisa Losciale specializes in NSFW culture, audio gear, and photography. A former editorial and photo director for Spoon University at SUNY New Paltz, her work has been featured in the Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies, Post-Trash, the New Paltz Oracle, and the Legislative Gazette.