Equipped for the harshest weather, these men's Carhartt biberalls are wind-resistant, water-repellent, and insulated. The durable Cordura® shell features ankle-to-thigh zips, a double layer for knee pads, and reflective details. Includes a mix of secure and drop-in pockets for tools. #6.5-ounce, 500-denier Cordura® nylon shell #150g 3M Thinsulate insulation for warmth without the weight #3M Scotchlite Carbon Black reflective taping on center back and double front #Wind Fighter® technology tames the wind #Rain Defender® durable water repellent (DWR) keeps you dry and moving in light rain #Adjustable elastic suspenders for a personalized fit; Low profile buckle closure; Two-way zip front #Double-layer knees with openings for adding knee pads and cleaning out debris; Ankle-to-thigh leg zippers with storm flaps and snap closures #Bar tacks at vital stress points #3M reflective Carhartt patch on secure chest pocket #Ledge hand pockets; Front cargo pockets with hook-and-loop closure #Back pockets with hook-and-loop closure; Multiple utility pockets; Right-leg hammer loop #Imported
I’m a older guy with a big tummy. I tried to order bibs to fit. Instead I was asked how tall I was to size me. And that’s how they shipped Them out.. When I receive them and try them on I could not zip them from my waist to my chest I was too big but the pants and all was fine. I really had no choice but to keep them because I was scheduled to work outside at temperatures at -10° to -15° below Fahrenheit. Other than that they fit perfectly in the legs and they kept me warm. I only wish I could zip them up to my chest
I'm 6'5" 170 lbs and the medium tall fit me like a champ! It was snug with just a bit of room, and I didn't have to let the adjustable straps all the way out for the legs to cover all the way down. The rugged quality lets me know this is going to last a long long time. I couldn't be happier. worth every penny.
ordered these in anticipation of a colder than usual winter camping trip. it got down to -30F the first night and these kept my legs and core nice and warm.....in fact almost too warm in the legs, kept having so slow down to keep from sweating. That said there are just a couple of things that would make these perfect: one, double zippers on the legs, being able to vent the legs without unzipping the bottom section would have been very useful. second, the chest pockets could be a bit bigger. couldn't speak to their durability as they are still new and haven't enough time on them to tell, but like most Carhartt stuff, I'm sure they'll hold up.
I’ve been wearing carhartt bibs for 30 years and they keep getting better. I wear carhartt all day, everyday, all year round. Working in Indiana puts this company to the test day after day, year after year. Their is a reason we still search for carhartt to have a solution for our situation and they have to let me our my family down. Well done carhartt, you’ve covered this family in your profession for the last 50 years.
A little long even in short length but I have short legs.
Very warm and light, only issue for me is the length. I ordered the short length and are about 2 inches too long. For my height the knee pad pockets are also too high up my leg. Other than that, I give them 5 stars for construction and quality. So far so good
I wanted style No.R33's bibs. This style is being discontinued so I could not find my right size. I tried on a larger pair, then tried on the new Yukon Extremes. I liked the light weight feel of the new line, but the new outer material concerns me. It doesn't seem as durable as the normal Carhartt duck material. I do like that the new material is waterproof. In just the short amount of time walking around inside the store to determine which style I liked , 10, 15 minutes maybe, per style, I could feel the R33's were warmer. I did buy the Yukon Extremes. I have worn them now for a week, 12 hours in a day. They are not as warm as my old style and I don't like not having easy access inside the bibs to my jeans. The durability is yet to be determined. My coworkers all say the bibs look like a ski suit. In my opinion they are not worth the increase in price.
We just had 12” of the white stuff dropped on us and it was single digits. These bibs made the clearing very bearable! Comfortable, very warm, and so easy to put on and take off. Returned a pair from a competitor before I bought these because they were uncomfortable and difficult to put on. Highly recommend these!
These Yukon Extreme biberalls are well made, fit good, are very warm, and keep you dry. Wore them several times in temps around 0 degrees Fahrenheit while it was snowing. Would definitely buy them again.
10 degrees and windy yet I am warm. 20 degrees in my barn actually sweating and had to take off my jacket. All I had on was a tshirt with these. Waterproof which is perfect because I am always kneeling on the ground. Ymmv but I am thin and always cold outside so these are a game changer. Make sure you get the knee pads. I am 6’2”/180 pounds and had to get the medium tall. Although, if I don’t wear boots, the back of the pants drag on the ground.
Nice bibs but why can't Carhartt figure out sizing
This bibs appear to be of very nice quality. They are pricey but I think they will hold up well. Now more importantly why can't Carhartt figure out sizing??? I am 5'11" 185 lbs 42" chest w/athletic build. I utilized the Carhartt size chart to determine what size and length I should order. I purchased the medium reg. When I put them I had a lot of room with a heavy sweatshirt on. The length was way too long. I literally stood on the cuffs and just my toes stuck out. Very disappointed that a company like this can't figure out sizing. Take a look at the product description the model is 6'2" and he is wearing medium regular. According to their height chart 5'11 is the upper range of regular length. Now I have to reorder, drive to return the box, and hope the medium shorts will fit. 5'11 and I am ordering short size. Per their size chart short is for 5'3" to 5' 7". Seriously Carhartt come on!!! I had the same problems with your pants. Sizes were all over the place. Maybe you could just add measurements to the description of the product. Never had this problem when they were made in the US and Mexico.
Can’t go wrong if your an average build and not a short chubbo like me!
Very well made! Thin lightweight and can really feel your body heat being stored. These will keep you warm for sure. I’m 5.6 210lbs and I ordered a large short . They are snugg hope I can break these in? I’m always in between sizes and xl short are way to long.
These live up to the hype as far as warmth, comfort, and durability. Sole complaint - No under layer accessible pocket as many have mentioned.
As my title suggests, I found very little wrong with these bib overalls. The sizing was spot on, they are incredibly warm. Very comfortable, they almost have the feel and appearance of pair of cushy snow pants, yet they have the durability and ripstop properties that Carhartt has become synonymous with. Just wish they had a pocket to access under layers. Not sure if having said pocket was detrimental to retaining heat or what. But it is far from convenient if you need to reach the pockets of the the pants or jeans you are wearing under the bibs. Even with that questionable design flaw, these are undoubtedly worthy of the hype, the pricetag, the yukon extreme tagline, and most importantly the Carhartt name! Highly recommend.
well made and is probably very effective against cold and stormy weather unfortunately inseam much too long. I'm 5' 5" and ordered short but still too long and can't be altered due to zippered closure at bottom of legs.
Bibs are warm, fit as I expected. Easy to slip over boats also they are built to last a long time. They are a great option for any snowmobilers that are looking for a geat set of bibs. Material is built to last so very different Material than your typical snowmobiling bibs. But not an issue I'd rather have bibs that last. I went snowmobiling this weekend with some buddies and one had a new pare of typical bibs for snowmobilers. His zipper ripped out of his bibs first hour of ride. Case closed. Carhartt is the way to go.
I'm 5'5" and find the short length in medium to be way to long. Had to the bottom up at least 4-5 inches to prevent myself from stepping on the bottom of the bibs. Would be great if they listed the actual inseam length vs arbitrary sizes. Bibs were great otherwise outside of the unusually long inseam. Will have to return to the storefront