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TREWth Bib - Regular

Rated 4.8 out of 5
Based on 159 reviews

$439.00

For believers only.

If you’ve been baptized by a weightless plunge into cold, blower snow, then welcome home, pilgrim; you’ve seen the light and you know it to be true. All you need now is a really good pair of bibs. Resort laps, touring, boot-packing...the TREWth Bibs are designed to handle it all and bring you back for your next immersion.

The inseam length on all of our TREWth Bibs - Regular are 32”.  We also offer the TREWth Bib in ClassicShort and Tall inseam lengths.

PRE-ORDERS: Select your size + color, and then hover over the PRE-ORDER button for the estimated shipping date. Get the latest on pre-order shipping information here.

  • PNW 3L Fabric
  • 20,000mm Waterproof/Breathable
  • Bluesign Certified
  • Transceiver pocket with d-ring
  • Water-resistant construction
  • Fully-seam taped with 3L tape
  • Long side zipper with top opening for easy bathroom breaks
  • Water-resistant zips on all exposed openings
  • Top and bottom-opening side zips
  • Jacquard elastic straps with silicon gripper
  • Internal boot gaiters with booster strap accommodation
  • SuperFabricⓇ cuffs and kick patches
  • RECCO® reflector
  • 30.7 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

Our highest level of waterproof protection with a 3L construction and 20,000mm rated membrane.

The Fit

The original modern freeride bib has a roomy fit throughout to allow for a variety of conditions and layers.

Breathability

This membrane is rated at 20,000gr/m2 and well-placed vents make this bib a loyal companion both in and out of bounds.

Durability

Not quite indestructable, our PNW 3L material can withstand abuse. And then some.

average rating 4.8 out of 5
Based on 159 reviews
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96% of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend
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Rated 4 out of 5
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Rated 4 out of 5
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Reviewed by Taylor N., from United States
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Snowboarder
Backcountry vs Resort
Primarily Backcountry
Age
30-34
Height
5ft 8″
Weight
155-159
Body Shape
Average
Size Purchased
S
Rated 5 out of 5

100+ Days and Still Going Strong

Got my Trewth bibs last season 20/21 and put them through a 100+ day season in Jackson Hole backcountry and on resort. Other than some usual wear and tear the bibs have held up well. I am still riding them this season. No waterproof issues, no broken zippers or pockets, I put a small hole in the knee but that's from bashing through pines and the hole isn't all the way through and is still waterproof.

One complaint is I am a 30 inseam and the bibs are a bit too long so I have to hike them up a bit but this new Short edition should solve that. I'm currently wearing a small regular but am transitioning to a medium short to allow more room for the legs and ass touring gives me.

Second, the beacon pocket could be bigger but I'm using an older tracker two, I bet the newer slimmer beacons fit better. ( so essentially these are my own problems, not the bibs')

I am very hard on my gear and these bibs have held up, I highly recommend these for anyone looking for a do it all pair of bibs. I split board A LOT and have zero complaints about their performance when touring. As I mentioned I'm hard on my gear so I go with the Trewth bib over the Capow because of the extra durability. These fit well enough that I don't need a stretch material to be able to tour for hours upon hours.

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Reviewed by Chris M., from Canada
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Skier
Backcountry vs Resort
50/50 Resort & Backcountry
Age
40-44
Height
5ft 11″
Weight
170-174
Body Shape
Average
Size Purchased
M<L
Rated 5 out of 5

I’m frickin picky, and these are frickin amazing.

Just wanted to say how frickin rad my new Trewth bibs are… Yesterday. Ripping the twins up to their ski program at Whitewater and going for some solo dad turns. In the chaos, forgot my jacket!! Ahhhh sheeeet…. So, toss on a Salmo dinner jacket under the bibs and frickin rock it! Never got so many compliments on my pants! And I was frickin warm!! Thanks so much for the pro program, I can’t wait to get a jacket! These pants are so good. So good. Thank you for making them. Chris Mieske Nelson, BC

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Reviewed by Don H., from United States
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Backcountry vs Resort
Primarily Resort
Age
40-44
Height
6ft 4″
Weight
225-229
Body Shape
Average
Size Purchased
XL
Rated 4 out of 5

Nice and dry

Real happy with how water resistant these bibs are. Stood in the pouring rain and rode wet chairs all day, and though my soul was wet, my base layer was not

. Several days skiing these so far and not a worry. Front zipper super nice.

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Reviewed by John B., from United States
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Backcountry vs Resort
Primarily Resort
Age
25-29
Height
6ft
Weight
160-164
Body Shape
Skinny
Size Purchased
M<L
Rated 5 out of 5

Ski Bib is Fire

Can't comment on durability since I've only had it a few weeks, but this is my favorite ski bib I've ever had (in terms of fit, style, quality).

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Reviewed by Benjamin W., from United States
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Backcountry vs Resort
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Age
25-29
Height
6ft
Weight
205-209
Body Shape
Average
Size Purchased
M<L
Rated 5 out of 5

Great Overall, Fit Is a Little Short in the Torso

Love the bibs. Great water proofing. Love all the pockets. Wore them on a -30°F Windchill day with just a few base layers underneath and was plenty warm all day.

Only complaint is that they fit a little short. I ordered a Large. I'm 6'0" 200 lbs and with the shoulder straps at max length it can get a little tight in the inseam with any layers on.

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