SkiGear Men's Plus Size BibItem Number: 4359065
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Offering maximum coverage and protection from the elements, while allowing for a full range of motion, SkiGear's bib serves as a highly versatile piece of cold weather gear. This Wind/Water resistant bib pant uses an engineered ThermalockT coating that prevents the elements from penetrating through the shell while the advanced ThermaTechT insulation help keeps you warm at all times without that bulky feeling.
- Water & Wind Resistant
- 85 grams of insulation offering warmth with low bulk.
- Adjustable Comfort Suspenders allow for a custom fit
- Elasticized Side Gussets allow for maximum motion
- Front Zipper closure.
- Front Zipper Pockets.
- Snow Gaiters to form a seamless integration with boots
- Shell: 100% Nylon ThermaLock T Fabric.
- Insulation: ThermaTechT Insulation
Country Of Origin: Imported
Rated 2.1 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Crash I don't ski Lite,warm,waterproof,great for working outdoors in wind March 13, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by cardsfan awful sizing Do not order this product, it will not fit correctly. Sizing is really incorrect for men! Never seen anything this messed up on sizing February 26, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Theyarewhoyouthoughttheywere terrible product I ordered his from www.dickssportinggoods.com and it arrived with a tear on the inner lining of the right leg that prevented it from being usable. I returned it to my local store but only received store credit for it. They carried nothing for big and tall guys at the store so i have credit that is mostly unusable. Of course when you order online you don't get your shipping back when you return a product and I paid extra for expedited shipping because I had a ski trip three days later. The whole experience turned me off completely. February 19, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by TERRY under - sized in 4x good looking , but way undersized........ order two sizes bigger . I just hope i can return it without issue. February 1, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by sarah1950 pants were smaller than 2X These pants were so small my granddaughter said the 2X pants fit her better. There is nothing that will stretch on the pants. The length is long but what good is that if you can't get them up? We are returning them. December 30, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Month9 Way wrong sizing This should be a crime!! The sizing is way off! I am a tall female and plus size so sometimes I need to wear men's. I normally wear a men's XL. I went to Dick's and tried this jumper on in XL - nope too small. I tried the 2XL - nope try again! Then finally I tried on 3XL...again way too small. This is wrong on so many levels....anyway, just as I was going to give up. I decided to try on the other ski gear jumper they have that retails for $120, but on sale for $99. I did not want to spend that much!! but low & behold it fit perfect and I was able to get and fit a XL. They really need to fix the sizing on this....this should be against the law to lie like this...LOL October 26, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Syn Nice Ski pants They were a nice pair of ski pants, but they run very small. February 23, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by fishermantim should have known better! I bought a pair of 3XL that were more like Medium. How can the size be that far off???? This was the second time this has happened, and there will NOT be a third!!!!! February 1, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Mike47 No size Ordered these to take on my vacation. Paid extra to have shipped to vacation location and could not use. I should have read the reviews. Ordered a 4x and could not get these on. No pants =very cold husband sledding with children January 15, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Mama Bear Bad fit Bought these for my son. He needed the largest size to fit over clothes. The bib and waist were huge but they were tight over the butt and legs. He has borrowed a similar pair from his brother and those fit fine. Same size and style. Very disappointed December 29, 2012