Ready to bag a limit but your waterfowl hunting bibs aren't up to the task? Step up to innovative features and all-day comfort in the Banded Squaw Creek Insulated Bibs for men. These men's hunting bibs are built with 100% waterproof/breathable SHEDS™ fabric for strength in any weather, and 100 gram PrimaLoft® Silver Insulation to keep you warm and focused on long hunts. Fully taped seams further enhance weatherproofing qualities. Integrated gaiter with boot clip ensures a secure fit. Full-length side zip in the Banded Squaw Creek Insulated Bibs deliver easy on/off over muddy boots. Fleece-lined handwarmer chest pockets and a zip chest pocket hold plenty of vital gear. Side-zip chest adjustment, crotch gusset, adjustable shoulder suspenders, and knee dart articulation allow better range of motion for a more comfortable fit. High-back panel gives extra coverage. Machine wash. Imported.
100 gram PrimaLoft Silver Insulation
100% waterproof/breathable SHEDS fabric
Fully taped seams
Integrated gaiter with boot clip
Full-length side zips
Over-the-cuff pant leg styling
Removable webbing belt
Fleece-lined handwarmer chest pockets
Zip chest pocket
Side-zip chest adjustment
Knee dart articulation
Adjustable shoulder suspenders
High-back panel for exposure protection
Web ID: 2231372
Rated 1 out of
Buyer beware!I bought these bibs a few weeks ago for annual fall waterfowl trip - i am 6-3”, so i got the XXL size.
I was a bit leary of their construction (am used to guidewear and dry plus bibs) as it seemed awfully thin. It was doubled up at knees, so figured i shouldnt fret.
Well, first time i put on and zip up, zipper broke. Thank goodness the had a belt so i used that and duct taped the upper bib together.
So we walked 300m to our blind - every 20-30 steps i had to stop and readjust the shoulder straps as they kept falling over my shoulders.hmmmm....
Get to blind, kneel down, wait for birds - seconds later, both my knees are wet - real wet - i look at knees while i am kneeling, and knee patches are over my thighs, with knees right in wet muck. No they are not waterproof at all.
I hunted that spot for an hour before going back to truck - i get back, take coveralls off, and both knees have tears.
Without further thought i packed these away for return.
Poorly made (broke zippers, sliding straps)
Poor sizing (buy 1 size larger than you need)
Lightweight material unsuitable for blind hunting
Crazy expensive for what you get.