Reviewed by wildjane from New York on Tuesday, August 27, 2013
I just lost about 70 pounds so my favorite JUNO bibs were not my size anymore. I had worn them for years because bibs are difficult to find in ANY size. My first pair ever had been Marker, and I loved them. These, 30 years later were just as good and lighter weight too, Great bibs.
Reviewed by SkiTahoe from Hawaii on Friday, March 1, 2013
I used the measurements in the sizing chart. The item is too large and I won't be able to use it for my ski trip. I probably won't return it as the shipping will be too much. Maybe I'll try to sell it.
Reviewed by bsa from nyc on Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Since I read the product reviews I knew that this product ran a tad bit small so I am happy I sized up. I bought a 6. When it comes to clothing that doesnt stretch I would also buy a 6, so in a way this is true to size. It just isnt an inflated size and there is no give, so err on the side of bigger. I would say it runs half a size small but it didnt feel uncomfortable. I like the high bib. The fa
Reviewed by snowbunny from bow, nh on Monday, February 25, 2013
These bibs keep you nice and warm while not being bulky or heavy. You can move around with ease which is key when chasing around kids in the snow! The one drawback is that they run small. I'm a size 4 and got the medium and they fit perfect.
Reviewed by Breckenridge or Bust from Maryland on Thursday, February 7, 2013
While waist and hip fit, and leg seam length are fine, the chest area is tight (I am average, not "busty").
The bib design ensures no chilly gap in clothing at the midriff, but is inconvenient when one needs to use the rest room while wearing it, and because its tight at the chest I could wear only one thin garment underneath.
Reviewed by steph b from Bham, Alabama on Thursday, January 31, 2013
I wouldve really liked to wear these on my ski trip, but the cut was way too small. If it had been just 1 size bigger, I could have zipped up the front. I didn't like that there wasnt enough stretchyness in the sides like most of mine to provide a comfortable fit. If youre going to buy, buy 1 size bigger than what youd normally wear
Reviewed by sharona from UT on Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Other reviewers noted that this is slimmer through the torso than expected, and I agree. but it fit my frame just fine. A large busted gal might not feel the same way though, as the bib section might not lay quite right across the "girls". Some stretch panels along the sides would be a reasonable suggestion. Other than that I offer no complaints with these bibs. They are comfortable, the straps don't wander, and the gaiters stay put. I was also pleasantly surprised that this was not very heavy or stiff - it's not lightweight/flimsy either. The legs are cut straight so there's ample room for comfort and movement without being overly baggy. Yeah, so there's only one small zip pocket, but since I generally have a coat and another layer or two, it's not really a noteworthy con. Perhaps hand pockets on the sides might be desirable for some, but I think they'd just add unnecessary bulk for me and another place to trap snow. I primarily use these for sledding and shoveling. No snow gets under it, and I don't overheat in them either.