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
Bought these for work. The fit is perfect, I think I bought a size smaller because of the recommendations from previous reviews. After a few washes since new they have faded a bit, but this was typical with even my duck lines canvas jacket, so not a big deal. They are warm and provide a good degree of freedom for movement. I usually just wear sweats underneath.
I've worn Carhartt work clothes most of my life. These new insulated bibs are nice but I don't like the strap attachments, they come un hooked alot while crawling under equipment doing repairs and such. Come on guys you can go back to the buttons with the hooks that stay put.
This has quickly become the best piece of work attire I have ever bought for my husband! He comes home bragging about how well they work for him while he works 12 he construction days every day in the cold! He stays warm and is able to move around easily. We did have to switch out sizes at first because we ordered his pants size and needed to exchange for a bigger size because they didnt fit at his regular pants size l in ke he was informed, but it was well worth the money and time spent exchanging! He couldn't be happier!
Bought these for work during winter, I used carhartt’s fit sheet. When I first tried them on they were a bit baggy and long on me. After about a week of use I washed and dried them for the first time. After that they shrunk a bit and fit perfect.. Very durable, warm, good looking bib. Would 100% recommend.
My Husband has been wearing this style for as long as I can remember. He is outside and around Trucks and Highway and Concrete equipment into extreme weather fluctuations. The change in clasps is a game-changer as they are not navigational for his large hands to fumble with! I have had to spend hours searching for an alternate option for him this year. The location of zippers and pockets, how high the front comes up so as to not choke when wearing a hoodie, etc. is imperative when he is climbing into, under, on top of, inside, outside, answering multiple calls, for 15-18 hours per day. Who the heck made these changes in the last few years to our go-to product? Certainly not a front-line worker!
the only thing you got right is the name bib comes to high up and legs 6 inches too long. suspenders run out of adjustments what happened to quality control when a person could order his size and they fit???
I don’t know how you folks do your sizing but I ordered 34x32 and I would have to be 6” taller for them to fit my inseam. Now it’s too late to get a pair because you are sold out of the common sizes in the black. Now I’ll have to buy some kind of an off brand, not to mention you have them made in Mexico now.
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!
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.
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.
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-
I had a pair of bibs in green color that I wore fore 20+ years. They were quilted and never had the slightest issue with them except for I was helping a buddy move and took them off and they got misplaced and sent to the landfill. Heartbroken. These weren't just wear because it is cold by any stretch of the imagination. They got put through the ringer being that I am a carpenter/plumber. I miss them terribly. Don't get me wrong, the new pair seem to be great as well but I just miss the good ol good ones and I had the green coat to match. Guess I'll just hope to be able to afford the black coat soon.