Men's Carhartt Duck Zip to Hip Bibs

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These men's fully lined biberalls hold their own through wind, light rain, and seasons of hard work. They're made with heavyweight firm-hand duck, the most durable canvas out there. The smooth quilted lining runs from the cuffs through the bib, and waist-high leg zips offer quick ventilation.

  • 12-ounce, firm-hand, 100% cotton duck
  • Quilted nylon lining for easy on and off; Polyester insulation for midweight warmth
  • Carhartt-strong, triple-stitched main seams
  • Adjustable elastic suspenders for a personalized fit
  • Full zip front with snap-button storm flap
  • Two chest pockets with zip closure
  • Two large lower-front pockets
  • Hammer loops and ruler pockets on the right and left legs
  • Two reinforced back pockets
  • Double-layer knees with openings for adding knee pads and cleaning out debris
  • Model height: 6'; Chest size: 40"; Wearing size 32 x 32

Customer Reviews

4.5 / 5.0
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we sent them back asking for a different size to be sent back to us.
July 9, 2020
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Best biberalls!
I’ve been wearing these for decades. Perfect for barn work from fall to spring., as I can layer up when needed. For me the flexibility to move around and not have a heavy cost is what I like best . Not to mention they wear like iron, and have more than enough pockets for everything I need. The addition of knee pads makes these over the top!
May 24, 2020
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They are a bit big, but I absolutely love them.
May 4, 2020
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Better off getting them from store where you can try them on
Size was not even close.
March 29, 2020
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Overall good quality, but they run so small they're unusable.
I should know better by now. It's my own fault. I shouldn't believe Carhartt sizing. I ordered to my pant size, as per the instructions. The bibs arrived and I could barely put them on the were so small. Gave them to my son to wear.
Now my discount is gone and I'm without.
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March 29, 2020
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Replaced bibs after 20+ years
I love Carhartt. Lasts forever. I look like a NASCAR driver sponsored by Carhartt a lot of days at work, covered head to toe. Beanie, hoodie, zip up sweatshirts of all thicknesses, fleece pants and boots.

I had to replace my bibs after 20+ years this winter. I prefer to wear the bibs over all my cold weather clothes; outer most piece of clothing. I disagree with the claim to buy the same size as your pant size. I’ve worn a 36 W x 34 L since high school (30 years OMG). The 36 x 34 bib was too small in the chest and too long. I ended up buying a 38 x 30. The bigger chest allows for the multiple layers of shirts worn under the bibs and the shorter leg is desired so the cuff doesn’t drag in the snow and become wet.

Yeti provides a lubricant with all their coolers for the zippers. Does Carhartt offer a similar product? It would be awesome if you did.
March 13, 2020
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My only regret I order Too Large
February 27, 2020
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Great biberalls
This is my 2nd pair of biberalls there is only one thing I don't like is that they are longer than my last pair but I ordered the same length other then there great
February 26, 2020
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Returning due to size
Purchased these as a gift for my husband. Went with typical sizes of Carhartt pants. Unfortunately the fit was way too large in both the waist and inseam. Would need to size down in both areas. As I live in Canada this resulted in paying large shipping fees both ways- to send the item, and return postage not covered - lost over $100 CDN for no product. Very disappointed as a first time shopper to this website. Please advise-
February 17, 2020
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Really warm
Good for keeping you warm but could be better for keeping you dry
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February 2, 2020
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