- 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 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?
I am so so so excited about my new bibs! I have been dreaming about them for two years now and finally did it!! The toffee color was great, my best friend got it and it looks great on her. I exchanged it because the blue goes better with my coat and after they came and I tried on the toffee with my coat I realized it. The toffee was a little darker than I thought it would be from online but still a really nice color. The blue is exactly what I wanted! I love the two shades and they fit so well! I have some thunder thighs so I ordered the extra large and they fit great–a little long but I like rolling them up. The butt flap is amazing!! everything I could have ever dreamed of! My only issue would be that while I do have big thighs I am a pretty small person and had to order the Xlarge to have it fit me. I have friends who are bigger and would not fit into the Extra large. My only suggestion would be to make the sizes all bigger. I usually wear a medium in outdoor clothes...
Thank you so much for such an amazing product!
I love love love the colors, so I was stoked to order a pair. I ordered a small at 5'3" and 125lbs. I'm not gonna lie the combination of the front zipper and the butt flap were very uncomfortable and unflattering. As a snowboarder, I'm used to being more crouched and the front zipper was restricting and stuck out like I was hiding something in my crotch. It limited my ROM enough that I would think twice about touring in them. I thought about ordering up a size, but they were already too long. Snug in the legs and baggy below the knee (Did look sweet when just standing there), these weren't for me. I wish everyone had such cool colors though! They could be a better fit for my tall friends!
I love absolutely everything about my Trew bibs except for one major design flaw, they don't fit over ski boots. I bought brand new boots last year and these bibs to go with them only to discover the first day on the mountain that the pants are too narrow for ski boots. Because the pants don't have a side zipper at boot level there's no way to expand them. I had to wear them the first day because I was already at the mountain or else I would've returned them. I'm so disappointed because literally every other aspect of these bibs is fantastic. So here I am a year later shopping for bibs yet again and I'm still fuming about having wasted money these Trew bibs. Snowboarders will delight in these bibs but skiers should stay away. I'm 5'6", weigh 125lbs so am not oversized in any way. These bibs just aren't wide enough in the leg for ski boots.
I waited to write this review because I really was hoping for more out of these bibs. I have researched a TON of bibs and was willing to pay the high price tag for these since they seemed to have everything I wanted: dropseat zipper, burly material, lots of pockets, etc. I ordered them in October when they were backordered, but the order was delayed THREE times and I didn't receive them until late January. When I finally received them, I was SO disappointed with the bluebird color. The photos online are nothing like the color in person - much more of a pastel Easter-egg color than what it shows in the photos. I tried to switch them out for black, but - of course - since I received the bibs so late in the season, they were out of stock everywhere. :( I decided to keep them anyways because they seemed to fit great (I got a small and I'm 5'7" and 120 lbs). I figured I could live with the color because I was so stoked about the features.
However, after skiing in them for 2 months now, I'm once again disappointed. As others have said, the shoulder straps do not stay put, which is incredibly aggravating. I can feel them sliding off my arms inside my jacket after an hour or so every time. And the material that I thought would hold up to anything is not actually that great. They seem to soak up the water rather than repel it, and my butt is actually getting wet! Not to mention the super light color attracts dirt like none other. They looked filthy after just a few uses. Trew: if you're designing a bib that is meant to withstand both front and backcountry beatings, at the very least make your colors darker to hide some of the wear! I wish I could return them, but since I wanted to give these puppies a valid chance, that's no longer an option.