Take on the ice with the Men's Striker® Ice Predator Bib. These ice fishing bibs will keep you warm without making you sweaty. With Striker's® lightweight Thermadex® insulation, zip-up vents, and breathable Hydrapore® shell, you'll be able to move freely around the ice without getting weighted down or working up a sweat. You can fish with peace-of-mind knowing Striker® has you covered with the waterproof shell and Sureflote® Flotation Assist, in case of an emergency. The Men's Striker® Ice Predator Bib is a must-have for any ice fisherman who wants to spend more time catching fish and less time battling the environment.
Love these bibs. Never had anything but snow pants before but after using bibs designed for fishing i will never go back now. From the removable rag patches (hand cleaner) to the padded knees and the extra pockets these bibs preformed awesome for my Michigan ice season.
Quality. Great zippers, love having the three zipper system for the legs. I get hut pulling the sled and the heat management make a big difference. The suspenders a well thought out, great hand warmer pocket. The only two things I would change would move the pockets down further (better access when sitting and with a parka on. The cloths for hands could be thought through more. They come unsnapped all the time.
Really like my Steiker ice fishing bibs. I should have purchased this years ago. They float! Only thing that could be better is wider shoulder straps and a better anchor point or strap disconnect. Would much prefer a quick dis connect buckle
Love these. Got a pair for my son too. We both love them. Comfortable and insanely warm. Went ice fishing for a few hours the other day in 18 degrees and didn't even go in my tent all day. Just wear my long John's and these and my sticker jacket. They are a little long. So I am 6'4" with a really long torso as is my son. I bought the tall as I do with all my clothes and these go just past my heals. I like them longer personally but FYI.
These bibs were a wonderful purchase and are great out on the ice. I've knelt on water covered ice and never had any water leak through. My only negatives are that the pockets are hard to get at when the jacket is on but, the worse thing is that the bottom of the cuffs are fraying where they make contact with the tops of my boots. This area needs to be reinforced. I've ordered some material to do this myself and will see how it works.
Not what I was hoping for. If your a ice fisherman there isn't cushion in the knees which I had on my old bibs from a different co. Also if you ride a snowmobile they aren't that great in the seat for warmth and dryness. On the plus side they are warm and comfortable.
I used the Striker Predator bibs twice. Once on the ice and once on the boat just after ice out. my buddy looked down and saw a 3 inch hole on the seam of the left leg down by the ankle. I contacted Striker and because of their faulty product they expect me to pay the shipping back to them so they can fix the seam. They should be sending a prepaid shipping label for me to send them back to be repaired. This is terrible business practice. They make a great product but the people running this place are not too smart. The reason I bought these is because of word of mouth. Now, I will advise people to look elsewhere.
After checking the size charts I was way skeptical of ordering the medium size for me. I'm 5'11' and weigh 180 lbs. Once they arrived I tried them on and they fit great. I have used them multiple times and they are worth every penny. The wife loves that they float.