Walls Toddler's Liberty Washed Denim Bib (Snap Crotch)

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Walls Toddler's Liberty Washed Denim Bib (Snap Crotch)
PrintBib Features:
  • Adjustable Suspender Straps
  • Button Closure at Side Opening
  • Two Swing Front Pockets
  • Two Hip Pockets
  • Zippered Fly on Larger Sizes Only
  • Cotton Denim
  • Washed for Softness & Comfort

This Walls Toddler's Liberty Washed Denim Bib provides all day comfort. The medium weight denim is durable and the pre-washed fabric ensures softness and comfort. The snap crotch make these easy to take on and off. Zippered fly for the older kids. Machine wash.



Style(s): KOV11900
Print
Lifestyle: Work
Material: Cotton
Product Weight: 1 lbs
Closure: Button
Print The Walls product line includes a full range of insulated and non-insulated utility apparel for use in the workplace and recreational activities, including Coveralls, bib overalls, jackets, pants, shirts and vests. Traditional consumers include farmers, ranchers, hunters, mechanics, construction workers, oil field workers, as well as individuals who just like to wear a good looking garment to keep warm and dry. Walls clothing has a multitude of uses in the workplace and the sporting field, but only one true goal - to manufacture and sell the finest utility apparel on the market for people who need and understand the virtues of great workwear. In our view, Walls’ “wearable tools” are as critical to our customer’s success as the tools they carry. Since George Walls began manufacturing his trademark one-piece coverall in the mid 1900s, Walls has been dedicated to creating products that deliver true working performance. Every detail in a Walls product from the fabric to the construction is designed to benefit the user, whether in the work place or in the field. From the ranch, to the oil field, to the duck blind, Walls’ products are created by people that truly understand the working environment and believe in what they’re doing. That’s the foundation of the Walls culture.