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Hannah is 5'0", 125 lbs and wearing size S
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Hannah is 5'0", 125 lbs and wearing size S

Chariot Bib


6 Colors
Brittany Blue
Tropical Teal
Brick Red

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All hail the chariot.

The Chariot Bib is a veteran in the TREW lineup, back for its 6th iteration and better than ever. We’ve always combined thoughtful design, bombproof materials, and rugged construction in our women’s snow bibs, but six years of customer feedback have turned the Chariot into a bib that pow dreams are made of, and then some. You can depend on our proprietary PNW3L fabric to keep you warm and dry through the stormiest of days, while generous leg vents and our signature easy-access rear zip lets you feel that mountain breeze flow—whether you’re summiting a volcano on the sunniest of Spring tours or ducking into the trees to take care of nature’s call.

If you’ve long dreamed of the day when you could forget about your gear and focus on the ride, welcome to your dream come true. Now get out there and do the damn thing with a little lift from the Chariot.

Construction The Details
Chariot Bib
  • 3L PNW Fabric 20k/20k
  • Water-resistant zippers on all exposed openings
  • SuperFabric® cuffs and kick patches
  • Fully taped construction
  • Critical junctions reinforced
  • Heavy-duty stretch suspender straps with slide adjustment
  • Crossback suspender design
  • Drop-seat for easy tree pees with two-way zipper
  • Secure, above-the-waist beacon pocket
  • Additional zip chest storage pocket
  • Zip thigh pocket
  • Flap thigh cargo pockets
  • Center-front zipper for main opening 
  • Internal boot gaiters with gripper elastic 
  • Rubber-tipped cordage zipper pulls
  • RECCO® reflector
  • 27 oz. (Medium)
  • The bestselling freeride fit that blends function and flattering lines
  • Ample articulation and plenty of room at the knees
  • Gusseted crotch
  • For more on fit and sizing, see Choosing the Right Women's Bib for You
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        Customer Reviews

        Based on 181 reviews
        great bibs

        big fan of these bibs! first off the material is very durable and has proven to be super waterproof. really love the front/middle zip on the bibs as well as the chest pockets. ski pant sizing is usually tricky for me as i am 5'6 and 160lb with skier thighs/butt so most pants run too tight in the thighs. for reference, i normally wear an 8-10 in pants and ended up going with the XL bibs. the length is fine when skiing and i just roll the bottoms when i'm not skiing. they are a bit on the baggier side but i love the fact that they fit my knee brace underneath!

        Chariot Bib lives up to the hype!

        Absolutely love this bib! The fit is flattering but not too restrictive. Kept me warm and dry in Steamboat in 10 degree temps. I dig the drop seat and the overall look of them. Definitely recommend!

        Great bibs!

        This is my second pair of these bibs (the first were too light of a color and got pretty dirty). I like the changes to the shoulder straps (they hold on a lot better now). Love the color! They fit me a little bigger than my older pair of the same size but still fit me well. I’m 5’4” 125 and the small is roomy but I like the fit. The material feels nicer as well- I think they’re more waterproof than my old ones. Big fan!

        Awesome bibs!

        This is my second pair of Trew bibs. I spend a lot of time in these bibs and have zero complaints. The size and fit of the bibs is great. I use mine primarily for backcountry touring and they are plenty flexible but extremely durable. I love all the sizes and placement of the pockets. For the ladies the rear end zip feature is amazing. Free to pee! I would absolutely recommend these bibs.

        Trew bibs

        Great construction. Honestly a bit snug in the butt for me. I’m 5’4”, 130# with a not-small booty. Dropping the trap door and doing kick turns were a little tight but the mediums were WAY to big in every dimension. Also it would be great to have a transceiver clip inside one of the bib pockets. :-)