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TREWth Bib

$420.00 $320.00

4 Colors
Redwood
Pacific
Work Khaki
Black

Sizing
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Stay Dipped.

The TREWth is for everyone, and we’re lifelong evangelists. The ninth edition of our award-winning bib pant features Dermizax® 3L construction for industry-benchmark breathability, signature Superfabric cuffs and kick panels, cavernous cargo capacity, and style as timeless as the mountains. This is our origin story. Become an apostle. Spread the TREWth!

Construction The Details
TREWth Bib
Construction
  • 80D 3L Dermizax® – body
  • SuperFabric® cuffs and kick patches
  • YKK Aquaguard® zippers
  • Bemis 3-layer seam tape
  • Fully taped construction
  • Circular seam tape reinforcements at cross joints
Features
  • Heavy-duty stretch suspender straps with slide adjustment
  • Chest cargo and zippered storage pockets
  • Zip hand pockets
  • Flap thigh cargo pockets
  • ¾-length, dual-direction zip side vents
  • Zip fly
  • Belt loops
  • Internal boot gaiters with gripper elastic and lace hooks
  • Double-snap adjustable cuff closure
  • Laser-cut PU logos
  • Rubber-tipped cordage zipper pulls
  • RECCO® reflector
  • 30.7 oz (M)
Fit
  • The original modern freeride bib has a roomy fit at the waist to allow for a variety of conditions and layers.
  • The upper section extends well above the waist on the side
  • New “racer-back” design keeps the straps comfortably on your shoulders.
  • Ample articulation and plenty of room at the knees
  • Gusseted crotch 
 

Customer Reviews

Based on 33 reviews
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B.
Quality product

I ski over 200 days a year. I've probably got close to 400 days in this bib, and they don't have a single hole despite my narrow stance and tendency to "poke and pray" through east coast evergreens. They kept me dry in nip-deep japow. The New Zealand sun did not fade them. Still waterproof. All around top quality.

M
M.
Look great but do not last

Bought these for my husband from a retailer in Bozeman for Christmas, paid full retail price. He does it all in these pants from daily laps, to skinning and racing in skimo competitions. These pants are amazing, but...First year he loved them, second year the cuffs started to fall apart, this year he put them on and spent two weeks skiing in them (he does ski patrol) early season, and got soaked! Huge disappointment in lasting quality. These pants are expensive and should last the way they are built, but was highly disappointed.

C
C.
Trewth Pacific - M

I am in love with these bibs. I got them just before heading to Tahoe during a nuke fest. It dumped +30” of POW. I stayed super dry and warm the whole time. They fit extremely well. 6’0” 175 lbs with a 32” inseam. They’re the ideal fit around the waist and through the legs. I tried numerous other high end bibs from marmot, Patagonia, and TNF. The other brands make good stuff but I felt like I had a limited range of motion, the waist was too tight or something like that in all other products. I feel like I could do yoga in these. Haha. Highly recommend after first use. Curious to see how they hold up over the season.

J
J.
Best Trewth So far

Been rocking Trewth bibs since the company started and can say without a doubt that the 2018/19 are the best I've ridden. The fit and style are the best I've seen and I'm loving the new colors. I already know they are the most bomb proof and durable bibs out there and I am stoked at the improvements they have made on previous designs. I'm on the mountain almost everyday and it's rad to have a piece of equipment you don't need to worry about. The TREWTH is the golden standard for bibs!

Love it! Thanks Justin.
S
S.R.
The Trewth

Trewth bibs are the only bibs I've worn for the last three seasons. I've spent close to 240 days in these bibs and they were solid til the end*. From the mountains of Antarctica to the ice of the Arctic to the powder of Squaw Valley and in the frigid waters of Lake Tahoe, my bibs have been through it all.
5 thumbs up for these rad bibs!
*Donated bibs to the bums of Vancouver Island