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Never out of style.
Haters say that bib pants are fashion statements. But if the TREWth Bib is making a statement, the only thing it’s saying is, “I like to get pitted in bottomless pow.” Is that fashionable? You tell us. We think it’s a statement for the ages. And frankly, when riding powder goes out of style, we’ll stop making bibs. Until then, we’ll be lapping up all of the freshies and preaching the TREWth.
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Our highest level of waterproof protection with a 3L construction and 20,000mm rated membrane.
The original modern freeride bib has a roomy fit throughout to allow for a variety of conditions and layers.
This membrane is rated at 20,000gr/m2 and well-placed vents make this bib a loyal companion both in and out of bounds.
Not quite indestructable, our PNW 3L material can withstand abuse. And then some.
Should’ve listened more carefully to Matt’s review. While I didn’t personally find issue with the legs being too narrow, the crotch rides up extremely high and gives off some uncomfortable pressure points. After putting on the protective compression shorts that I usually ride with, it’s not as noticeable anymore, especially with bents knees in a boarding stance that’ll push your crotch down. If you’re looking at the sizing chart and are on the higher end of a size or riding without additional padded gear, definitely consider sizing up or emailing them first.
Inseam issues aside, the exterior material seem to be high quality, stitching looks like they won’t let any water in, and the design of the bibs are very stylish. The “super fabric” cuffs look bulletproof as well which is really cool.
Supporting a local PNW company is always awesome and I can’t wait to try them this next season.
5’ 8”, 140lbs, 30x30 pants, the Small fits great except for the high riding inseam.
It’s narrow in the leg and super short in the upper. I’ve got to let the straps all the way so I don’t get a wedgie. Your site says I should have gone with medium, really I need a large. Want to swamp me out for the right side?