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Capow Bib - PNW Moss

Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 118 reviews

$479.00

For those about to walk.

Designed in collaboration with CAPOW Guiding of Revelstoke, British Columbia

The Capow Bibs are tuned to Captain Capow, Marty Schaffer’s frequency. If you like long walks in the mountains followed by face shots of blower pow, then you’re on the right channel. A stretch-based fabrication, enhanced breathable construction, and unrivaled ventilation will bring some more glide to your stride.

The Capow Bib is also available in Black and Dungeness Orange, and pairs well with the Capow Jacket.

  • Dermizax EV Membrane
  • 20,000mm Waterproof/Breathable
  • Main fabric has mechanical stretch
  • Upper bib is a breathable stretch-woven nylon
  • Adjustable shoulder straps with no-slip gripper
  • Reinforced Transceiver pocket with d-ring
  • Water-resistant construction
  • Long side zipper with top opening for easy bathroom breaks
  • Fully-seam taped with 3L tape
  • Water-resistant zips on all exposed openings
  • Top and bottom-opening side zips
  • Internal leg vents
  • Jacquard elastic straps with silicon gripper
  • Internal boot gaiters with booster strap accommodation
  • SuperFabricⓇ cuffs and kick patches
  • RECCOⓇ reflector
  • 29 oz. (Medium)

    We do our best to process and ship all orders within 1-2 business days, and we offer free exchanges and easy returns within a 30-day window. For more information, see: Shipping Page; Returns & Exchanges Page 

     

    Waterproof

    The Dermizax fabric has a 20,000mm rated membrane, and will keep you dry in nearly every kind of weather you might encounter.

    The Fit

    A more streamlined fit through the legs gives the Capow Bib a more comfortable stride.

    Breathability

    This membrane is rated at 20,000gr/m2 and the stretch upper panel and well-placed vents make this bib an uphill machine.

    Durability

    Sturdy enough for a heckuva good time. Just don't go running in to too many trees now.

    See It in the Wild

    average rating 4.9 out of 5
    Based on 118 reviews
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    98% of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend
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    Rated 0 on a scale of minus 2 to 2, where minus 2 is Runs small, 0 is True to size and 2 is Runs large
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    Rated 4 out of 5
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    Reviewed by Michael P., from United States
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    Age
    35-39
    Height
    5ft 9″
    Weight
    185-189
    Body Shape
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    M
    Rated 5 out of 5

    The bibs of my dreams!

    I absolute love these bibs. Their well thought out and well made. After years of discomfort trying to find pants that didn’t fight my athletic thighs, I’ve found something that checks all the boxes.

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    Reviewed by David M., from United States
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    Age
    30-34
    Height
    5ft 7″
    Weight
    165-169
    Body Shape
    Average
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    M
    Rated 5 out of 5

    Best Bibs Ever!!

    These bibs are the absolute best! Super comfortable and very stylish as I received many compliments on them. I’m someone who gets super warm while skiing and the dual vents on the inside and outside of my legs really help keep me from over heating. They might be expensive but they are very well made and worth every penny!

    Also the customer service behind this product has to be one of the best experiences I’ve ever encountered!

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    Reviewed by Matthias R., from United States
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    Age
    25-29
    Height
    6ft 5″
    Weight
    180-184
    Body Shape
    Skinny
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    M
    Rated 5 out of 5

    Perfection

    Seriously awesome bibs. Plenty of ventilation and well placed pockets. I’m 6’5” and the tall inseam is hard to find so shout out to Trew for making it happen.

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    Reviewed by Garth, from United States
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    Age
    45-49
    Height
    6ft 1″
    Weight
    170-174
    Body Shape
    Average
    Size Purchased
    L
    Rated 2 out of 5

    Finally a Bib for resort AND touring? Ends up falling short for both.

    It would appear Trew is a solid brand and loved by many skiers and riders out there. I don't share this review to harsh on the company, but perhaps lend a suggestion or two for future improvements.

    I'll start with what I like. I ordered a Trewth Bib and Capow both in size large-regular and kept the Capow. I''m 6'1" 170 lbs and like the fit although a medium tall might have worked as well. When skinning the crotch hangs a little low, but it's manageable. I like the pockets on the thighs which allow for extra snacks and gear or stowing of gloves when hiking gets warm. The ample air flow from inside and outside vents is also nice. As far as I can tell, the fabric is waterproof for storm days. While it is lightweight, the main fabric of the bib seems to be durable thus far.

    A small complaint is the height of the fly zipper, which makes peeing a bit challenging. Even with the shoulder straps maxed out the zipper sits maybe 1" to 1.5" too high to do ones business comfortably. I've learned to deal with this aspect.

    The 2 main issues I have with the design are- the superfabric cuffs are anything but super. After a handful of days skiing they are already starting to shred (see pic). A return to traditional cordura would be a nice fix for the future. The second issue is that these seem to be neither warm for the resort nor cool for the backcountry. The single-layer thin fabric is somehow quite cold for lift serve at the frigid Crested Butte resort I frequent. I've gotten around…

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    TREW Gear

    Garth, thank you so much for taking the time to share your thoughts! We are always working hard to make improvements to our products to make them better and better every season, and I know that we have the front zipper/fly at the top of our list to update for easier use in the future. We're sorry to see that you are running into issues with the cuffs already - we're always looking for the top fabrics for this application and we will continue to hunt for the most durable options out there. Our bibs should be your outermost defense, keeping you dry and protected from the elements - but cold temps will inevitably call for some more insulation or layers underneath, depending on the day and conditions. This all said, sometimes bibs aren't for everyone -- or they aren't the best option for every day. They will invariably hold more heat in with the torso coverage, and those who run hot when touring may find themselves overheating when hiking like yourself. There's nothing wrong with rocking pants on those warmer days in the backcountry :)

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    Reviewed by Carter J., from United States
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    Age
    25-29
    Height
    6ft 2″
    Weight
    200-204
    Body Shape
    Average
    Size Purchased
    L
    Rated 5 out of 5

    Great bib

    Bib was comfortable, fully waterproof, and had all the pockets and venting I found myself wanting

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