What is a Smock?
A smock is a loose overgarment worn to protect one’s inner clothing. This garment has its origin in 18th century England and Wales, where it was worn by rural workers such as waggoners and shepherds. There are three types of smocks: round, shirt or Surrey and coat smock. Smocks have become popular because they are cheap, washable and durable. During World War II, smocks were worn by military parachutists to cover equipment.
Butcher Wrap Smocks:
Pinnacle Textile offers a selection of butcher frocks and coats that can stand up to the toughest food processing environments around. Choose from Pinnacle’s assortment of Short or Long Butcher Frocks, Lab Coats and Wrap Smocks to find whats best for your needs.
Blended Unisex Wrap Smock:
Offered in white color. Features are full length sleeves, self material ties, 80/20 Poly/Cotton Ring Spun Poplin (4.5 oz.)
White 100% Spun Polyester “short” Butcher Frock:
Features are rust-proof stainless steel gripper snaps, 100% TITAN Spun Polyester (7.2 oz).
White Blended Lab Coats:
Features are full length sleeves, rust-proof stainless steel gripper snaps, 65/35 Poly/Cotton Ring Spun Poplin (5 oz.).