Snow bibs are a great item to have in your closet for either work or play. If you’re hitting the slopes, you’ll want an insulated pair with a waterproof shell to ensure you stay warm and dry. And if you’re on the job, you’ll want a style that’s comfortable, durable and offers plenty of storage pockets. To save you time weeding through all the options online, we rounded up some of our favorite snow bibs for men from well-respected brands like Carhartt and Burton. We included a waterproof pair for wintertime fun and two models that are suitable for a variety of occasions.
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1. Carhartt Bib Overalls
This heavy-duty bibs is made with the brand's rugged ringspun duck fabric and ultra-durable canvas to handle any task. It also features a quilted nylon lining from the waist down.
Pros: Polyester insulation offers midweight warmth. Adjustable elastic suspenders allow for a custom fit. The chest pocket is equipped with a zipper for secure storage. They have a double-layer knee design with openings that you can add padding to. These also feature ankle-to-thigh leg zips with storm flaps. Reinforced Cordura back-leg kick panels enhance durability. They come in a wide range of sizes and three colorways to choose from.
Cons: These may run a bit small.
2. Arctix Avalanche Insulated Bib Overall
This style is engineered with a polyester ThermaLock fabric shell that's waterproof and wind-resistant, as well as 85 grams of lightweight insulation.
Pros: A polyester lining wicks away sweat so you stay dry. Boot gaiters featuring grippers keep warmth in and moisture out. 600 denier ballistic reinforced ankle, scuff and hem guards provide durability for long-lasting wear. These have zippered hand warmer style pockets and an O-ring for keys, gloves and/or lift tickets. Boot zippers allow for easy on/off. They're critically seam-sealed and have adjustable shoulder straps. They come in a variety of sizes and four colors.
Cons: Some may find them a little tight around the crotch.
3. Burton Reserve Bib Pant
Burton's Reserve bib features a breathable waterproof DryRide two-layer fabric shell, fully taped waterproof seams and Test-I-Cool zippered vents to ensure you don't overheat.
Pros: The thermo-regulating lining is equipped with embossed taffeta and mesh for ultimate breathability and comfort. These also have zippered microfleece hand-warming pockets, cargo pockets, a zippered chest pocket and adjustable suspenders. This is a Bluesign approved product, meaning the making of these overalls was less harmful for the planet. They come in four colors including a camouflage print.
Cons: Some may find them to be slightly baggy.
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