|Fits as expected||
- 100% Nylon
- Machine Wash
- *1000-denier cordura; nylon, heavyweight
- * water-repellent
- Machine wash cold - like colors all zippers closed
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Carhartt's men’s extremes zip-to-waist biberall is water-repellent and designed for the coldest conditions, made of 1000-denier cordura nylon, it’s lined in arctic-weight 100 percent quilted nylon polyester, it features a zipper front and leg zippers that zip to the hip and are covered with snap close wind flaps, it also has double knees with cleanout bottoms to accommodate knee pads and zippered hand pockets
Our Extremes zip-to-waist biberall is water-repellent and designed for the coldest conditions. Made of 1000-denier Cordura; nylon, it's lined in arctic-weight 100% quilted nylon polyester. It features a zipper front and leg zippers that zip to the hip and are covered with snap close wind flaps. It also has double knees with cleanout bottoms to accommodate knee pads and zippered hand pockets.
- Package Dimensions: 17 x 13 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B002G9UDT6
- Item model number: R33
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 13, 2003
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Top customer reviews
For lighter duty, I also have a pair of flannel-lined Carhartt pants I also really like. I'm new to Carhartt, but since moving to Oregon, I've instantly fallen in love with their gear. I was a snowboarder for 20 years, mostly in Mammoth, CA, and I wish I had this stuff years ago! Qual.i.ty.
In case anyone was wondering, I spent all my own money on my Carhartt jacket and pants, and received no incentive to leave this review other than letting as many people as I can know when I find quality products, which seems to be a rare thing these days.
These fit perfectly over my work uniform (ltl industry). I got the 36x30 since the first pair @ 32 length were too long and the 36 size makes it easy to move around while working.
Everything carhartt seems to come oversized, so be aware of that
At 20-30°, it's really comfortable, temperature-wise but I'll have to break it in more to get the stiffness out of it...
Putting them on with boots on is pretty good since you can unzip the legs. There's upside down zips for restroom breaks and access to your jean pockets.
It's a pretty good product, but double check the size of your leg and subtract 2 inches. Same goes w the matching jacket. Go one size down if you want the arms to fit right
a year on and these bibs never fail to impress... Ive moved up to Idaho and work in the snow ( down to -5 on occasion) They have gotten softer after getting put in the wash and feel comfortable up to 50 degrees (from indoor to outdoor. They are easy to get out of with boots on (zippers on the sides)
They havent come apart or degraded anywhere... a rock solid pair of bibs..
I bought the jacket too but hardly wear it since i use a company jacket. The idfference in the roughness of the material is day and night - in other words, it feels tough at first, but softens with time.
Most recent customer reviews
Bought the jacket and hood later. Recommend all three.
But I bet if I needed to fit a few extra layers underneath it would be perfect