- 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 absolutely love these bibs, they fit true to size, I got a M and I’m 5’5”, 145 lbs and don’t look too baggy or bulky. The straps are comfortable and the double breast pocket is great to keep the beacon and store snacks/phone. They keep heat in well but still have a comfortable breathability level. Pant leg easily fits over ski boots. The only feature I would tweak is the vents on the inside of the leg. While touring with the vents open, the zipper is right where legs rub together and I can see causing wear and tear to the zipper over time. If Trew were able to put the zipper on the outside of the leg, that would lead to a better bib.
The Chariot bibs kill it! I'd bet a season pass these were designed by women - that's exactly how they fit. There's room to move, but not so much room that I feel like I'm riding in a waterproof sack made for a dude. I'm 5'10"/140, and tried on the M and L. The length on the L was better for me, but the fit of the M was so good - more of a slimmed look and feel than bibs of my past. I can crouch down and come up in the M without them riding up or needing adjusting. The SuperFabric at the bottom is also a cool touch.
Side note: I got black because that's what I would buy in anything. But if you are considering the Stargazer or Pineapple, DO IT. Those colors are SO good in person.
My rating is just to give some sizing feedback- I'm 6'1" and 190, so I rarely buy women's gear as it's too small. Sad to say this was still the case with these bibs and I'll have to continue to strip down to pee. They were long enough which I was surprised by, but as soon as I tried to bend it felt like my thighs were going to rip through the seams.
Just leaving my measurements here in case any other big girls are feeling tempted.
Waist 33 inches
Thighs 26 inches (29 when bent, without any base layers on)
Hips 42 inches
Inseam 33 inches
Luckily the return/ exchange process is relatively painless and I'm going to order some men's larges instead.
Sooooo happy to have made the decision to buy this bib!!! Finally have a bib I can rock and roll in!
I have been wearing the Chariot Bibs for the past few seasons, and each year they just get better and better. I was almost 100% satisfied with last years' model of the Chariot - the Toffee color is incredible, the materials are both breathable and durable for the PNW weather, and the butt flap makes pee breaks so easy. I did have some issues with a split seam near the butt-zip mid-way through the season that was unfortunate - although I reached out to TREW's warranty team and they helped me get them back up and shredding in no time and at no cost to me.
This year, they noticeably reinforced the seams, made the boot openings larger for a better fit over my boots, and the strap issues have disappeared altogether with the new design. Big kudos to TREW for designing a product that keeps up with me whether I'm in the backcountry or riding at the resort, and I can't wait to put these new bibs to the test this season. I honestly look forward to wearing these, and if it was socially acceptable I would wear them around town.
For reference, I am 5'6", 140lbs, with a pear-shape and larger butt/thigh region - and while the Medium fits well I opted for the Large this season for an extra baggy fit.
My only complaint is that there isn't a specific beacon pocket, which I saw the Men's Capow Bibs have. Next year maybe?