- 3L PNW Fabric 20k/20k
- Water-resistant zippers on all exposed openings
- SuperFabric® cuffs and kick patches
- Fully taped construction
- Critical junctions reinforced
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Your chariot awaits m’lady. Carpe that diem and roll into battle aboard the best women’s ski bib ever made. Storm days are no match for our PNW 3L fabric, keeping you warm and dry in even the wettest weather. But fear not, for sunny days and summer corn harvesting are among the Chariot Bib’s favorite ways to shred, all thanks to the well-placed ventilation and impressive breathability throughout.
Step into these beauties and you’ll quickly discover that the Chariot Bibs were designed for women by women. Pockets in all the right places, a flattering fit for those mountain thighs, and a stealthy drop-seat for doing business in the backcountry. Come what may, you’re ready for anything.
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I was so excited to receive these bibs after doing a lot of research and waiting for them to be in stock. I am 5'4" 140 pounds and the M was too tight around my waist and too long. I would go up a size to be able to layer underneath but the M was already too long on me, and I don't want to have to roll them up when I wear them. So, I will they will just have to be returned. I am really disappointed because bibs should not be so fitted, they should be practical for layering.
These bibs run small. I usually wear a size L and had to exchange for XL, still tight in the thighs and then the legs were too long. I am 10-12 pant so these should have fit me. I ended up returning all together. These pants were a total bummer, my other snow pants are Patagonia and the size L fits perfect. I ordered a coat several years ago and got a M, which fits great. Seems crazy to wear a M coat and have an XL pant be tight. Hopefully, they improve the style next year. Trew does make really good products.
Trew sent me these as a warranty replacement for an older pair of Chariot bibs that had worn out, and their customer service was incredible. The whole process was very quick, and I was excited to have my new bibs. Sadly for me, the sizing has changed with this newer model. I got a size XL and they're still uncomfortably tight in the thighs, to the point of having my movement constricted. The chest and butt area are extremely roomy and the length is perfect for my tall frame, but the thighs are so tight that I can't move my legs freely when skinning and hiking. For reference, I am 5'11" and 165 lbs, and typically wear a size 8-10. Like pretty much all the skier women I know, I have pretty muscular thighs, so its disappointing that the largest size they carry is too small for me, since I'm honestly pretty average sized. Other than the sizing, I love these bibs, to the point that I wore my older pair to death. Hopefully Trew will go back to more REALISTIC sizing with their newer models.
This is my first time having bibs, and I'm sold! I really enjoy all of the pockets, and I enjoy the ease of being able to go pee (let's be honest, that's a big game changer when you just have to do a quick unzip). I don't find the legs restrictive or tight... Now, they are snug, but a snug in which I usually have all of my pants. For reference, I'm 5'6", 130lbs and a runner, so my thighs are athletic. I ski with two young kids, so I need to be mobile- I have other people to snap into skis, snacks to grab, goggles to adjust, etc. These bibs are the way to go for both my mom role and athletic skier role!
I just made the switch from regular pants to bibs and I chose these because of the super convenient full-access rear zip. Bathroom ease in the backcountry (and at the resort) is a must, because when you gotta go, you gotta go. The fit is perfect. I was initially nervous bibs would be too baggy since I have a shorter torso but it fits just right! 5'5" and I got the womens small. The pockets are well-placed and deep enough to hold snacks and phones without making you look bulky. The leg opening is juuuust large enough to fit over snowboard boot Boa lacing. Not a bad thing, it just takes a little bit of work and some breaking in.