There are hundreds of different woodworking aprons woodworkers and DIY craftsmen can choose from. The right woodworking apron for you depends on your size, build, and the materials you are working with. If you have been woodworking for a long time you know it is important to use protective gear like aprons and glasses. This protective gear makes sure your clothes and skin are protected from splinters, cuts, and stains. If you are just getting into woodworking you may decide to buy a cheap cloth apron. While this is definitely better than not wearing any protective covering you will spend more money in the long run. Cloth aprons can easily tear and rip and will need to be replaced if you are working in the shop frequently. Leather aprons are much more durable and will offer much greater protection over all. Below we have included a buying guide that features the top leather woodworking aprons available on the market. We evaluated over 20 leather aprons from the top brands including Fightech, Beetro, and Rhino. In addition to testing the quality, pliability, and weight of the leather we also reviewed the top brands to ensure all the products they make are high quality goods. Additionally, we made sure to include several apron variations so you can choose between a full length and waist length apron based on your needs.