NEW RedHead® Tundra Fleece Bibs for Men
- Amazing stretch fabric delivers technical performance
- Comfortable, non-bulky fit that conforms to your body
- Adjustable harness system with hook ’n’ loop closure
- Side stretch chest panels
- Full-leg reverse coil zippers
- Two chest pockets
- Two lower handwarmer pockets
- Two rear storm flap pockets
- Ankle cuffs with hook ’n’ loop closures
The most mobile, easy-moving bib we've ever designed, the RedHead Tundra Fleece Bibs feature amazing stretch fabric that delivers technical performance in a comfortable, non-bulky fit that conforms to your body; an adjustable harness system with hook ’n’ loop closure; side stretch chest panels; full-leg reverse coil zippers; two chest pockets; two lower handwarmer pockets; two rear storm flap pockets; and ankle cuffs with hook ’n’ loop closures. 100% polyester. Machine wash. Imported.
RedHead Tundra Fleece Jacket sold separately and can be found through item search for number 2008265
Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by HuzzahGobbler Tundra Bibs Very warm and durable! I have worn them all season. November 27, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by LittelBigMan Suuuper!!! Trousers are perfect as well as jacket.Warm,noiseless,light. August 9, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by huntinut Great value Great price for what you get. I shopped around looking for the best overall hunting outer wear before buying these. Large pockets. full length leg zippers are GREAT for getting on and off with boots on. I wore these the full season from 50 degrees to -5 degrees, in wind, rain, and snow, with basic layering and was never cold or wet. Not waterproof, but but never got wet inside after hunting in light rain for hours. VERY quiet whereas most "waterproof" stuff is like velcro on tree bark. Fit is the only thing wrong with these bibs and it was my own fault. I went with xl which is what I would normally wear, but these are a lttle over sized and a little too long for me. My bad March 6, 2011
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Details:I am looking for a pair of insulated bibs and a matching jacket to bowhunt in in cold weather in the midwest. I have gear for weather down to freezing and the garment i am looking for is for when it is between 32 and 0. I cannot find where these have any insulation like thinsulate. I was ready to buy them until I noticed this and now i am asking for some advice. In the past I have worn the Remington bibs and want to know how these compare? Also is the " Berber" fleece the real thick stuff that is like imitation wool? I may be confusing this with " Sherpa" fleece like on item 58-870-836. Also I want bibs and a jacket that fit loose that I can pile on some layered clotthes and be able to still move. Thanks
A:They are not insulated, but I wore mine in -10 degrees with basic layering and wasn't cold. My layering system for extreme cold is Underamour base layer # 3, a fleece mid layer, and my Tundras'. NO COTTON! I used to pile on everything I could find and was always cold. The expensive stuff is worth it if you want to be warm. The fleece on these tundras in not very thick and plush, but I am VERY happy with my Tundras' The only thing I dont like is, on the jacket, the sleeves are fleece lined and can be difficult to slip my arm in with a fleece base layer. fleece on fleece doesn't slip. They should have used a smoother material on the sleeve liner. But I still reccomend this product
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