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Carhartt 100735

Carhartt Shoreline Bib Overall

Reg Price: $144.99
Now: $129.99 ($139.99 Big & Tall)

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•  7.3-ounce, 100% nylon oxford shell
•  Storm Defender® waterproof breathable membrane
•  Rain Defender® durable water-repellent finish
•  Fully-taped waterproof seams
•  Polyester mesh lining; nylon taffeta lining from the knee down
•  Adjustable front-elastic suspenders
•  Multi-compartment bib pocket
•  Zipper fly
•  Left-leg hammer loop
•  Two reinforced back pockets; one patch pocket and one with waterproof zipper closure
•  Chap-style double-front construction
•  Ankle-to-waist, two-way leg zippers with double storm flaps
•  Reinforced-nylon leg-bottom kick panels
•  Snap-adjustable leg openings
•  Triple-stitched main seams
•  Inseam: Large Regular: 32 inches; Large Tall: 34 inches
•  Imported
 
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Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 15 reviewers
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January 2, 2017

From: Albany, NY Age: 25-34 Gender: Male
Comfortable and waterproof for four wheeling and railroading.
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5 / 5
Planting season in the Pacific NW
December 18, 2016

From: Portland, Oregon Age: 35-44 Gender: Male
I work outside year-round, I bought these last November after a day of heavy rains in the woods. The rain gear I was wearing failed miserably, I was soaked straight through to my boxers. That evening I went to the store and bought these beauties. Planting in the PNW is relentless work and usually really wet. They have kept me both warm and dry. I'm buying a second pair just to have one in reserve in case the first one hasn't dried out over night. I love the full length zippers on the legs because at times I'm wearing these in 60 degree weather. With the full zip and snap combo I can get some extra ventilation on those warmer days. Over the last year I've worn these while walking through giant blackberry brambles as well as really thick brush and these pants have only shown minimal wear at the ankle cuffs.
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Heavy Duty Rain Gear
July 15, 2016

From: , NE Age: 20-24 Gender: Male
I use these for crop consulting on damp mornings and when it rains. These bibs are heavy duty and keep me dry. They stand up to the various terrains and fence lines that I have to work through. It can get warm inside if you are not constantly being soaked, but I wouldn't trade them off
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Staying dry and clean in a rock quarry
March 19, 2016

From: Age: 35-44 Gender: Male
I am 6'4", 190 lbs. and the large tall fit great in overall length, with a little extra room in the waist. I work outside in a quarry and with temps between 30-50 these keep you warm and dry. We had 60 mph gusts of wind with rain then other day and the bibs kept them both at bay. The only down side i find is that they melt when hit by slag from running a torch. But in fall fairness, nothing can handle torching, if it doesn't melt it burns.
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Phenomenal Rainbibs
March 16, 2016

From: Blaine, MN Age: 20-24 Gender: Male
Got these just in time for my first college fishing tournament of the year and I'm extremely happy with the purchase. I spent 4 days down in Tennessee getting battered by that super rain system that destroyed the south. Four days straight of off and on rain with one day having rained all day and I stayed completely dry. Needless to say I was rather impressed. They do run large, I ordered an XL Tall being that I'm 6'4" and I still had to adjust the straps to I wasn't stepping on them all day. I highly recommend these to any avid fisherman or outdoorsman.
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Kept my legs warm and dry while shoveling during a snowstorm
February 27, 2016

From: Middletown, NJ Age: 45-54 Gender: Male
Great Overalls. They kept me comfortable during a freezing and windy snowstorm.
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best purchase ever
January 27, 2016

From: Age: 55-64 Gender: Male
I have worn these bibs every day through the Blizzard of 2016 in Virginia. I have stayed dry. Not gotten wet one time. They are the best waterproof bibs I've ever owned. They fit good and they are completely waterproof and they are very warm I also wanted to say that Brandon and Doug at the Carhartt store at Potomac town place are super employees they know the products they have all the answers and they make you feel like family when you're there shopping The Carhartt store at Potomac town place is a superstar store because of Brandon and Doug
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Good Rain Bibs
August 6, 2015

From: Alaska Age: 45-54 Gender: Male
These rain bibs are well made and keep you dry. I enjoy the chest pocket, it keeps your wallet/cell phone dry and has a zipper closure. I use them for fishing in southeast Alaska. They are high quality and I would buy them again.
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Great Looking Product
May 29, 2015

From: Seattle, WA Age: 35-44 Gender: Male
Because I have several of the Carhartt Shoreline Jackets/Coats (nine), I purchased the matching Shoreline bib overalls too (black & realtree AP camo). I normally wear a 2XL Regular and they fit kind of tight (just slightly) and the inseam runs about an one or two inches longer than other pants (I was wearing jeans underneath). Although I haven't tested them in a full-on rain storm yet, I would say the only drawback I see so far is that they are slightly heavy (they have a good amount of heft, which is enough to bend the cheap metal hanger I used to hang them up). If they are anything like the Shoreline Jackets/Coats I own, then I anticipate that they will be bullet-proof. I've test the jackets in heavy rain storms and haven't gotten wet yet. I stood underneath a waterfall in the jacket for 15 minutes and did not get wet.
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Excellent rain protection
April 24, 2015

From: South Louisiana Age: 35-44 Gender: Male
Excellent rain protection I've worn twice in some really good down pours never got wet once.
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