Striker Ice Men's Climate Bib
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The Striker Ice Men's Climate Bib is a premium ice fishing bib with flotation assist. This bib is constructed of a waterproof, breathable fabric and a removable Thermadex insulated lining to provide ultimate warmth. Striker's exclusive infinite-adjust inseam allows angler to adjust to the most comfortable length. The Climate Bib offer anglers exceptional features and cold weather protection.
- 320D Tussor 5000/5000 waterproof/breathable Hydrapore® 5000 outer shell
- Removable 175g Thermadex® insulated lining
- Sureflote® buoyancy material throughout bib
- Articulated knees for improved comfort and flexibility
- Infinite adjust leg cuffs make inseam length adjustable
- 3-way waist height YKK leg zippers
- Water drains for safely removing water if submerged
- Reflective tape on front and back
- YKK 2-way heavy duty (10 gauge) front zipper
- Magnetic storm flaps on front and leg zippers
- Boot storm gators with gripper elastic
- Adjustable suspenders
- Fleece-lined chest pockets
- Expandable cargo pockets
- Soft Touch breast pocket for valuables
- 2 exterior D-rings for accessory attachment
- Beverage holder incorporated into thigh pocket
- Improved super-strong crotch panel
Important: Sureflote® is not Coast Guard Approved. This item is not approved by the Coast Guard as a personal flotation device or life preserver. Sureflote® may be rendered ineffective in adverse conditions such as strong water currents. The Sureflote® system does not protect against hypothermia in extreme cold water.
Ratings & Reviews
Very comfortable bibs, I love wearing them while ice fishing. They are comfortable enough to wear for full day trips.
Stay'n warm now
by WISguy -
Great product, fits as expected, warm and breathable with zippers on legs. Oh..... and can't forget the beverge holder, now that's a great idea!
Poor customer service
I received both the climate jacket and bibs as a Christmas gift. While setting the length of the bibs, I noticed that one of the snaps on the bottom was defective and was ready to fall out! I tried to contact Striker before sending them back. After leaving a message and not getting a return call for several days, I tried to call them again. I spoke with Striker and they was very unapologetic about the problem. He recommended that I purchase a snap pliers to fix the defective snap. Maybe I am being unrealistic, but when you spend close to 300 dollars on a pair of bibs you shouldn't have to fix them before you wear them!