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Powerful protection from ankles to chest.

Some bibs are built for the diddling around the park, but the Trew Gear Men's Trewth Bib Pant was built for farming face shots deep in the backcountry. And powder-farm you shall thanks to 20k-rated waterproof and breathable Gelanots fabric that fends off sopping weather and allows heat to escape while you shred. Burly and water-resistant full-length side zippers, instep protection, and a horde of pockets for stashing your essentials makes these adjustable bibs the go-to pant for days when you gran the snorkel and laugh at all the fools riding the lift.
  • 3-Layer Gelanots Fabric uses a membrane that adapts to the temperature of your body so as you get warmer the spaces between the molecules increases so excess heat can escape
  • Full-length side zips allow you to adjust your base layers, go base-layer only on the skin track, or do some serious venting without struggling to pull your pant legs over your boots
  • YKK Aquaguard water-resistant zippers means that moisture won't leak in at your side zips when you're shredding
  • Superfabric around the cuff and instep defends the bottom of your pant legs against sharp ski edges so things don't get ragged

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4 5

Want To Buy: HELP!!!

If anyone is wanting to unload a pair of these feel free to email me at stigers at hot mail . com and we'll go from there.

Size: Medium/Large (I'm a 32-33 in jeans)
Color: Khaki

Curtis Johnson

5 5

Finally a bib with style

I'm really diggin the Trewth bibs. I picked up a pair of last year's (gray) model as well and absolutely love them. The new changes and revisions to the bib make it even better. The addition of hand pockets and quick release buckles on the shoulder straps definitely upted the points for this bib. The only thing I don't like about the revisions is the change in cut to a less baggier version. I actually prefer the original bagginess to the newer one. The material is really durable. The bib keeps you warm and cools you down fast with the full side zips. And since there is style incorporated in to these, I'll be buying these first before Arc'Teryx or The North Face.

4 5

Finally, Real Bomber Bibs

I just answered the question comparing these to the Arteryx: bottom line, I picked the Trewth Bib AFTER using both the Stinger and Theta SV...that should say it all! See my comments for more info, will update this after I get more days on them. If they hold up and work as well as I'm expecting, it will be 5 stars!

Anyone have a weight for these pants?


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Anyone have a weight for these pants?

Also, would love to hear a comparison from anyone whose worn these and also an arc teryx stinger or theta SV (or any other goretex pro shell pant, for that matter).

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Last year I tried both the Arteryx Stinger and Theta SV, and sent them back. The fabric the Arteryx has is absolutely bomber. I did put them through hell and they held up, but what I didnt like was the features. My two criteria (besides bomber fabric) for a good pair of bibs is pockets and a back that does not let snow in. Hope you don't need to put a map or gloves anywhere in the Theta because you can't, they have virtually no pockets. And the Stinger, which had well placed pockets, had a poor bib design. No matter what I did I couldn't keep my shirt tucked in and snow out. They switched them up a couple years ago to make them "drop seat", but that means the back never stayed up. So this year I'm trying the Trewth Bib. The fabric has a softer feel, but I don't see it getting beat up by trees etc. The fit is not quite as dialed as the Arteryx, but they have pockets, bibs that work as designed and pretty bomber fabric. Just beware, they are most definitely baggier in the lower legs so I wouldn’t recommend them if you plan to use them primarily with crampons as an ice climbing pant etc and not as BC ski or snowboard pant. They do have reinforcements which will work well for summit day, but go with the Arteryx if full time cramponing is your goal. Cheers.

5 5

Trew Gear Trewth Bib

I had the pleasure of rocking these bibs all last season in the Wasatch and to a trip up to British Columbia as well. I have owned a lot of pairs of ski pants in my lifetime, but I can honestly say that these are the burliest and most bombproof I have ever owned. From the indestructible kick-guards to the waterproof YKK Aquaguard zippers throughout and the handy chest and upper thigh pocketing, these bibs do not disappoint! The waterproof/breathable characteristics of the fabric work well in all conditions - from 33 degree rain and sleet to skinning up the Wasatch backcountry these pants will keep you dry when you need it by keeping moisture out...including your own when exerting yourself in any condition.

There were only a few things I would have changed about the bibs I had from last year:

1.) the lack of hand pockets
2.) the overall fit needed to be dialed just a little bit more.

But since John, Tripp, and Chris are striving towards making the perfect bib they perfected the fit this year and added hand pockets as well as updating the style. There dedication to making the highest quality AND stylish outerwear on the market is commendable and is clear in these rad bibs!

Highly recommended!!!