Men's Clam IceArmor Rise Float Bib

Item No. 19921-12745
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Take on the water this ice fishing season with the Men's Clam IceArmor Rise Float Bib to keep you warm and safe. These bibs offer a Motion Float Technology system that you can rely on in the event of an ice break-through with the internal Buoyancy provides assistance with flotation. You can easily store your phone and other small items you need along with your ice fishing journey with the two front pockets and two zipper pockets. The 100 grams insulation and waterproof design, gives you the features you need for every cold weather ice fishing season to stay warm and comfortable, and the adjustable inseam and shoulders provide a custom fit. Transform your ice fishing protective gear selection today with the Men's Clam IceArmour Rise Float Bib. 

  • Two front pockets 
  • Two zipper pockets 
  • 100% waterproof
  • Adjustable inseam
  • Waterproof phone pouch
  • 100 grams of fixed insulation
  • Adjustable straps for a custom fit 
  • 3M Reflective material throughout bib
  • Motion Float System: In the event of an ice breath-through, this internal Buoyancy provides assistance with flotation.

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Very comfortable, very warm! Only issue is the shoulder straps turn in once and a while and they could lower towards the ice and get soggy/fray.
January 9, 2019
1 month ago
Great product
Only negative thing is that there just a little on the long side. Other than that there great
January 1, 2019
1 month ago
Awesome bibs, Thanks Clam and Scheels
I love the bibs. They are warm, the magnetic flaps are awesome(coming from velcro on the edge, yuck) and the styling is nice. So far I love them and they add another level of safety. One small price to pay is they do add weight. Don't hike 5 miles in these unless you are weight training, lol. P.S. the parka is the bee's knees too. Almost too warm not to vent in high winds at around 0...
December 28, 2018
1 month ago