Reviewed by Badboy1948 from Ohio on Thursday, January 16, 2014
These bibs run slightly on the large size so extra layering can be worn underneath for REALLY cold days. I had ordered a pair for myself and my son is bigger than I am, so it was only logical to get another pair one sizer larger than my own. Quality is excellent and I will buy these again as gifts for hunter friends again when available.
Reviewed by barry from billings, montana on Wednesday, January 01, 2014
brilliant neon orange. nice. true to fit. nice feel to fabrics. leg zips. if I needed another one I would get it. ups delivery is always a joke. go with the united states postal service. buy American. shameful these aren't. shameful the amount of [...] made outside of America and then sold to us. its a race to the bottom...........
Reviewed by Badboy1948 from Ohio on Sunday, December 29, 2013
I highly recommend these bibs, keeps the cold out and the heat in. Light layering under these for extremely cold weather still allows movement without restriction. I would buy these again from Sierra Trading Post without hesitation. A little beeswax on the zipper will eliminate any sluggish zippers....worked on mine.
Reviewed by bicicleta from Wisconsin on Thursday, December 05, 2013
Nice and warm for walking, and quiet enough that you don't scare everything away. Glad that the pockets are not Velcro, like others tend to be for no good reason. Only thing I would change is the straps. They are NOT adjustable. They need to be able to be adjusted. They do not ride to high, just for those bigger people it might ride a bit. Although once I had ammo in my pockets it pulled them down to normal comfort. I am 6'1 and 180 and I got a large and it fits perfectly. A
definite must have for hunting and farm work.
Reviewed by CabelaKip from Excelsior, MN on Tuesday, December 03, 2013
Firearms deer season requires blaze orange, and between barb wire fences and gutting deer, you can count on tears and blood. At this price, they become disposable, and a lot cheaper than taking to the tailor to sew up the tears.
Reviewed by River Mud Blog from Maryland on Monday, November 25, 2013
Sure, the material is a little stiff and sure the cuts of the fabric aren't cut the way a $200 pair of overalls would be, but then, if you are buying $200 overalls, why are you looking at these? Sound construction, no frills, and definitely warm. Took mine out of the package, slapped them on, and went to work on a muddy construction site on a windy day. No problems. For the price, I can't see how you could go wrong!