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Duluth Nail apron

I got a great Duluth Trading Post nail apron for Christmas, but I probably need a manual for putting it on. There must be an easy way that I haven't figured out. Any suggestions if you have one of these?
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Which one?
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Which one?
It's the one they call a bib nail apron. It has a strap for over your neck and then a strap that goes down from that. The waist strap goes through that strap and hooks to the side of the apron. It just seems hard to hook everything up and I'm hoping for an easier way to do it.
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I can't find much on it on the net. Usually with that type apron it's easier to put it on backwards and then slide it around in front of you and then pull the top strap over your head. What isn't shown is the straps going down to the side of the apron.
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It is easy to pull the top strap over my head and then hook the strap that goes around my waist. The problem is an additional strap that is connected to the top strap. That strap goes down the back. It has a loop that the strap around the waist is supposed to go through before it fastens. I'm tempted to cut this strap off.
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I don't know if I would cut it off. It was probably put there for a reason. Can you post a picture of it.
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