Carhartt Shoreline Bib Overalls

Item # 086G12
Carhartt

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  • Carhartt Shoreline Bib Overalls
  • Item # 086G12
$139.99 Original Price

4.7
(80 Reviews)

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Carhartt has manufactured premium work wear known for exceptional durability, comfort, quality of construction, and fit that you can feel in the fabrics and see in the performance for more than 100 years. These Carhartt overalls feature adjustable front-elastic suspenders, multi-compartment bib pocket, zipper fly and left leg hammer loop. Two reinforced back pockets; one patch pocket and one with a waterproof zipper closure. Imported.

  • Snap-adjustable leg openings
  • Polyester mesh lining with nylon taffeta lining from knee down
  • 7.3 ounce, 100% nylon oxford shell
  • Fully taped waterproof seams
  • Triple stitched main seams
  • Dura-Dry waterproof, breathable membrane
  • Carhartt knows how to dress a man for work.
  • Durable water-repellent finish
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    Carhartt Shoreline Bib Overalls is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 80.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from great motorcyle gear I bought these at the arctic ocean when I realized I needed rain gear in alaska (duuh). got them right there on the top of the world, and rode with them through to the worst rain ive ever seen. even down in washinton on the Olympic coast where it rained torrential amounts for 9 hrs straight, no break in the storm. but alas the storm defender tech kept me warm and dry. but I think i've tested these to the limits and broken the storm defenders will, because they are now leaking right in the crotch....and no body wants to ride with wet crotch. which is sad because these are perfect for slipping on and off quickly for those sudden storms on the road.
    Date published: 2017-10-31
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from 6ft8 225lbs, large tall fit me real good. Seem great so far. 6ft8 220lbs, large tall fit me real good with the braces maxed out (im normally a 36/36 in pants). In a perfect lanky world a bit more in the leg and on the braces would be perfect but these work good enough. There are 4 chest pencil pockets so I un-stitched the middle ones and now have two pencil pockets and a centre larger one that can fit say a box cutter or quick acess for phone (instead of using the zipped chest pocket). Bibs are great compared to pant versions (I''m now a firm convert). Loads of pockets on these bibs and kept my legs dry all day in torrential rain. Yet to try as ski trousers but will give them a go at some point. Thanks carharrt for doing actual tall sizes in clothes
    Date published: 2018-12-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wore my Storm Defender Bibs today while snowboarding after a massive snow storm, up to waste deep in snow. I was warm and dry all day long. I have a pair of these bibs for work, and one day I was shopping for new snowboarding gear. After looking online and at various local board shops, I decided that if I want a product to keep me warm, dry and is extremely durable. I won’t find that anywhere else but, with Carhartt. So I purchased the Storm Defender Bibs and a matching jacket in black. Then after a few trial runs, I was so impressed I just bought my wife a pair of the Storm Defender pants for the same reason, which she wore today up at the mountain. At the end of the day we were both dry and warm, after playing in the deep snow all day. I’m glad I made this purchase and you will be too. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
    Date published: 2019-02-24
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great wind blocker Great wind blocker. Wish it had side hand pockets like regular bibs. Haven’t had a chance yet to get real wet so can’t comment on the waterproofing. Working out in the Midwest, I’m comfortable with thermals and a pair of pants underneath in 20 degree weather. Anything colder, lined pants would be a enough. At 5’10” 180lbs, the large runs a little big but leaves room to layer and enough movement for squatting and kneeling. Only thing that concerns me is how well the knees will hold up over heavy use in the field.
    Date published: 2018-11-25
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