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WEST MARINE Women's Third Reef Bibs

Model # 15126519Mfg # WMWTRB-2834-XS

$159.00

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Color: MEDIEVAL BLUE

 

Product Description

Our Third Reef Bibs still have the popular, ultra-convenient drop-seat, only now it has been re-designed with a single-side Velcro® opening for even easier use! Plus, we made them more waterproof, while making sure they’re still breathable with improvements to their 100% water- and windproof nylon fabric that’s coated with a Durable Water Repellant (DWR) finish and fully seam sealed. We improved the fit and added more chest coverage with a higher cut and articulation for enhanced comfort and mobility. Adjustable pant cuffs, elasticized back and waist and shoulder straps provide outstanding comfort. Reinforced seat and knees. We’ve also included a non-corrosive side zipper and a fast-draining, quick-access leg pocket. Imported.

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Specs

Women's Third Reef Bibs

Features Sun Block Rated
Waterproof
Breathable
Gender Women's
Garment Size XS
Product Bibs
Primary Color Navy
UPF Rating Opaque

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West MarineWomens Third Reef Bibs
 
4.0

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4.0

Difficult to improve on

By Spinnaker Girl

from Victoria, BC, Canada

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Acceptably Waterproof
  • Comfortable
  • Easy to move around in
  • Economical
  • Hard wearing
  • Well Made
  • Windproof

Cons

  • Dumpy Dowdy And Frumpy

Best Uses

  • Racing

Comments about Womens Third Reef Bibs:

My old ones have been used hard (racing--foredeck) for about 5 years. I'm a size medium, but I have the extra large so I can wear everything I own under them for overnight races like the Patos International during which it can snow (long underwear + yoga pants + fleece pants + ski warmup pants). As compared to a cruiser suit, I find them warmer while at the same time less likely to get me chilled from sweating, easier to fine tune the layers, and easier to move around in. Using the head can be exhausting in a pitching, yawing, rolling, heaving, heeling boat in the pitch dark with multiple layers of outwardly-wet gear so girls NEED the drop seat. These bibs are as tough as nails + as dry as you can hope to be in spray + rain + sweat. And comparatively economical.

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