Would anybody have a problem wearing leather aprons if you visited a lodge and that is all they had to offer you to wear?
A little off track here, but some information that may be of interest to othersâ€¦
Please be aware that most lodges in foreign countries do not supply aprons. A traveling man is expected to carry his own apron and cloth is not acceptable. Most international masons have a leather carrying case in which the apron lays flat and has a pocket for traveling papers, letter of introduction, certificate of good standing etc. A plain white leather apron also indicates the wearer as an entered apprentice; most lodges hold their meetings in the EA degree. (Our dues card means; not much, a novelty at best).