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TREWth Bib


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“You’re gonna need bibs.”

Long before bibs became what eight of your top ten riding buddies wear, we were on the train. The TREWth Bibs came from a longing for the bibtacular days of our youth, and a vow to create a pair of skiing and riding bibs that would change minds and set a new standard. 

That was over a decade ago.

Now everybody wears snow bibs, and every outerwear company has a pair on offer. We’ll even admit there are some sick ones out there, but that shouldn’t come as a surprise—we’re just one powderfish in a big pond. What we’ll stand firm on is that we birthed the bib renaissance, and that the tenth edition of the TREWth Bibs still set the standard for function, fit, performance, and durability.  

It’s a funny thing to love wearing bibs as much as we do. But is it funny to love the awesome scale of big mountains and the exhilarating feeling of being on top of them? To love the silence of a blizzard, the otherworldly physics of deep snow, and the floating eternity of the powder turn? Because for all of that, you’re going to need a good pair of bibs. Maybe that’s why they mean so much to us.

Construction The Details
TREWth Bib
  • 3L PNW Fabric 20k/20k
  • SuperFabric® cuffs and kick patches
  • Water-resistant zippers on all exposed openings
  • Bemis 3-layer seam tape
  • Fully taped construction
  • Critical junctions reinforced
  • Heavy-duty stretch suspender straps with slide adjustment
  • Chest cargo and zippered storage pockets
  • Zip hand pockets
  • Flap thigh cargo pockets
  • ¾-length, dual-direction zip side vents
  • Zip fly
  • Belt loops
  • Internal boot gaiters with gripper elastic and lace hooks
  • Double-snap adjustable cuff closure
  • Laser-cut PU logos
  • Rubber-tipped cordage zipper pulls
  • RECCO® reflector
  • 30.7 oz (M)
  • The original modern freeride bib has a roomy fit at the waist to allow for a variety of conditions and layers.
  • The upper section extends well above the waist on the side
  • New “racer-back” design keeps the straps comfortably on your shoulders.
  • Ample articulation and plenty of room at the knees
  • Gusseted crotch 
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Customer Reviews

Based on 45 reviews

I'm 6'4, 185. Ordered trewth large and xl. Xl was way too wide for me, large fit ok, but slightly short for snowboarding. Was worried they'd ride up too far on my boots when strapping in. I went with capow xl and they were perfect for me. Good length without all the extra width. Went with gull gray and it looks dope. Can't wait to put them into action!

Better fit than last versions -

This is my second pair of TREWth bibs. I had a pair from 3 years ago and loved them but they were short. I bought a new pair this year and they fit great. I am 6ft3in, 200lb and wear a large. I bought both L and XL but the Large fit great. There are no better bibs out there. The length is great as well. Hope this helps those looking for size ideas. I also bought a new pair of Capow bibs and needed an XL so they do not fit the same. I obviously have a bib problem.

So far so great

Worn these a handful of times this season so far and love them. Keep the snow out and the fun in. Everyone at the bar after a day of riding took notice and were Jealous they weren’t in a pair of TREWS!

My 4th Pair

Every time I think I need new bibs, I start shopping around, then I'm like "wait, why would I buy anything else?" They just keep on getting more dialed with the fit and the details. I'm most impressed with the zippers and pockets on my new ones, as well as the super comfy straps that would slide around like my old ones did a bit. And of course, the best part, is they're tough enough to stand up to what the PNW has to offer.
5'11" 175, M fits me great.

Sizing...tall guy

Just picked up a large. Im 6 foot 4 inches tall, 185 lbs. large seems only slightly short, but workable with fully extended shoulder straps. Should I size up to xl? Or does that get too roomy in the waist without much added leg length? The legs do hit the top of my bare feet. Stay put or size up?

Hey Andy, thanks for checking in on this! It is completely up to you on whether you should size up or not, but the XL will definitely add both some length and some additional bagginess throughout. You might be interested in the Capow Bib, which are a bit slimmer in the legs and if you went with an XL you would get the longer leg without too much additional room in the waist. Just an idea...feel free to reach out to us at if you want to chat more!