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Stay dry, from dawn patrol to last chair.

Trew Gear built the Trewth bib pant to keep you protected when you're traveling deep into the backcountry. For this year, Trew beefed up the Trewth with its new Private Reserve 3L waterproof breathable material. It's taken two years of round-the-clock development to get the blend just right, but the result is a smooth, highly durable fabric with a 20k/20k waterproof breathable rating. Naturally, that means it'll shrug off the worst winter weather, as Trew's Hood River roots would suggest. The high cut covers you when it's neck-deep and still stacking up. When it comes time to earn those turns, the 3/4 length side zippers help you dump excess heat in a flash. SuperFabric at the cuffs resists cuts from sharp edges. The articulated fit maximizes your freedom of motion both skinning up and ripping down. There's a handful of useful places to stash your necessities, like the fleece lined hand warmer pockets at the hip, cargo pockets at the thigh, and the large chest pocket. And unlike most bibs, they've got belt loops, so you can drop the bibs when it's time to hit the bar for some well-deserved post-shred brews. They're ready for everything you'll get into, this winter and next.

  • 20k/20k waterproof/breathable rating
  • Fully taped seams
  • Private Reserve 3L fabric
  • Regular fit with articulated cut
  • 3/4 length side zips
  • Boot gaiters
  • SuperFabric reinforced cuffs
  • Belt loops

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I am really looking at these bibs. Not...

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I am really looking at these bibs. Not sure what size to get. I'm 6'2" and 170 lbs. I have a 32" waist and around 36" inseam. Was thinking about a large? How do they really fit?

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I usually wear a medium in everything. Got a medium, and found them too small, so returned and went with a large. I'm 5'10" 180lbs

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I would recommend a size large, Trew as a whole tends to run large and the bib straps offer plenty of adjustment with the inseam. With a 32" waist, you'd be swimming in the XL's.

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With a 35" waste 34" inseam I'm in between the L and XL. Went with XL for a little more room and I'm glad I did. It's still a little big in the waste but oh well, there's plenty of room for movement and layering.

5 5

Great Trew Ski Bibs

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

I just got the Trewth Bib ski pants and I'm highly impressed. The fit and finish on these is fantastic - I love the new hardware and elastic of the suspenders, solid and comfortable. The pockets are well-placed and allow plenty of storage for wallet, pass, phone, etc. I am 6'2" 184, and the large pants fit me well - I do like wearing my stretchy Arcade Belt with these bibs, as it keeps them in just the right spot without restricting my movement - good call to build in belt loops!

Do these have stretch panels on the side?...

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Do these have stretch panels on the side? How's the improved fabric? The old line was pretty rigid which is why I didn't buy it before. I read they upgraded the fabric and it's softer now.

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There are no stretch panels. New face fabric is softer and lighter and even more durable.

5 5

so far so good!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

so I am 6' 193lbs with a 32/33 waist initially i ordered a medium but they were a bit shorter than i liked. BC says the inseam is 32-33in for size m-xL. the tree site says med is 30-31in and lrg is 31-33in which fit me just right..the med waist line fit me better.. all in all i love the gear! i will update once i put it through s few days

5 5

SOOOOO SOLID

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Trewth is, these are best bibs ever made! If you are into smashing pillow lines, hiking, skinning, and being tits deep in snow all day long.. then I highly recommend these! Extremely tough and durable. I know I'm not the only one getting tired of having snow-dingle-berry-shag-carpeting on my pantleg cuffs at the end of the day .Trewth bibs have a sweet rip-stop superfabric panel at the bottom so that problem is eliminated. You couldn't rip these pants if you wanted to. They have an extra long side vent on both sides so you can really cool down and air things out when your skinning up, then seal it out on the way down. Super rad convenient chest pockets to store your goods

Don't talk about it, be about it.. Go get em!

5 5

Sweet bib

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I have had these as my go to bibs for winter camping and longer splitboarding trips and I am a fan. They have held up to a lot of abuse. They have a nice loose fit and there are snaps at the top of the full side zips so you are able to use those as thigh vents while touring. My only issue is that they really do have a manly fit to them so I am excited for the TREW Women's Chariot Bib Pant this year!