Carhartt® Flame-Resistant Quilt-Lined Duck Bib Overalls for Men
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- Flame-resistant 13 oz., 100% cotton duck
- Nomex® zipper tape and protective flaps with arc-resistant snap closures
- Flame-resistant buttons, snaps, and buckles
- Multiple tool and utility pockets
- Easy on/off with ankle-to-thigh leg zippers
- NFPA 70E compliant
Add warmth and fire resistance to your workwear with the Carhartt Flame-Resistant Quilt-Lined Duck Bib Overalls for men. Made of flame-resistant 13 oz., 100% cotton duck, these overalls feature flame-resistant quilted lining, a high back with flame-resistant elastic suspenders, high-temperature nylon center-release buckles, flame-resistant melamine button at waist, and ankle-to-mid-thigh brass leg zippers with Nomex zipper tape and protective flaps with arc-resistant snaps. These safety work bib overalls also have a chap-style double front for durability and multiple tool and utility pockets. This workwear meets the performance requirements of the National Fire Protection Association and National Electrical Code (70E). Machine wash. Imported.
Manufacturer style #: FRR44.
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 5
Rated 5 out of 5 by Emeretto Excellent
Love them it's -43 up here in Canada and all I'm wearing underneath them is long johns. Carhartt is more than work gear, it's a way of life. Pipeline life.
December 10, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bake Very Warm
I Love these bibs. Very warm and durable, however, the height of the fabric in the front where the shoulder straps connect to them is too high. I am short and stout, this area always pushes against my neck when bending over or working in a crouched or kneeling position. I have had to remove about 3 inches of fabric between the clips going down to avoid this from happening...thus ruining my upper front pocket. These woud be perfect if this wasnt the case...
November 17, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by electriclineman good
I'm an electric lineman in MT and I wear these every day during the winter. They do a good jod keeping up with the below 0 temps, but they are already wearing holes in them around the legs were my hooks set and in the pockets were i keep my klines But I'm told im a little harder on clothes than most.
January 11, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 Major problem is that the zipper doesn't line up w/ my jeans underneath. The last thing you need at the job site is to fiddle w/ two zippers when you got to whiz.
January 23, 2010
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