Women's Essential Bib Overall Regular 31

Product SKU:
ARCTIX-14950-00-L
Product Type:
Snow Pants

Price: $53.00
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    Product Story

    Season after season, the 1450 Arctix Women's Insulated Bib Overalls serve as
    an outstanding value priced snow bib and a versatile cornerstone of the Arctix
    line. These pants feature a 100% Polyester Dobby shell with ThermaLock W/R +
    W/P 3000mm Coating, offering a maximum degree of durability and protection
    from the elements, while allowing a full range of motion. 85 grams ThermaTech
    Insulation offers warmth in a lightweight, low bulk garment, keeping you warm
    at temperatures from -20 to +35 depending on your level of activity. DWR
    finish (Durable Water Repellent) helps repel water from fabric surface. The
    adjustable comfort suspenders provide the perfect fit with elasticized side
    gussets for maximum motion. The boot zippers make them easy for on and off
    access along with boot gaiters with grippers to form a seamless integration
    with the boots to keep the warmth in, and the moisture out. These relaxed fit
    pants also include 600 Denier Ballistic reinforced ankle, scuff and hem guards
    to hold up against daily wear & tear, and conveniently has an O-ring for keys,
    gloves and/or lift tickets. The pants provide zippered hand warmer style
    pockets, zippered fly, and belt loops. They are water and wind resistant, and
    are conveniently machine washable. Sizing options include a Short 29" inseam
    (5'1" – 5'4" heights), Regular 31" inseam (5'5" – 5'8"), and Tall 33" inseam
    (5'9" – 6'1").

    Product Specifications
    • 100% Other Fibers
    • Imported
    • Zipper closure
    • Machine Wash
    • 85 grams ThermaTech Insulation offers warmth in a lightweight, low bulk garment (keeps you warm at temperatures from -20 to +35)
    Product Details
    Care Cleaning
    Machine Washable
    Weight
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    Department/GenderFemale
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