Add extra protection from wind, rain and cold with Carhartt’s job-tested bibs and coveralls. Designed to outlast the toughest work conditions, our bibs and coveralls feature heavy-gauge fabric, metal rivets at stress points, heavy-duty zippers and triple-needle stitching. Choose un-lined, quilt-lined, flannel-lined or arctic quilt-lined depending on the task at hand. Details, which vary by style, include well-placed pockets and hammer loops and double-front styles with cleanout bottoms to let dirt escape, which extends the useful life of the garment. Our duck bib overall is made of heavy 12-ounce, cotton duck. It features a variety of tool and utility pockets as well as a hammer loop. Double knees can accommodate kneepads and feature cleanout bottoms. Back pockets are reinforced for durability. For more information visit www.carhartt.com.
Comments from NWHS product test.
The fabric density is excellent and should last for several years, and there are enough pockets to carry a number of tools. I especially appreciated the double thickness of fabric at the knees. Since these are unlined overalls, you shouldn’t have to worry about heat build-up and the care/maintenance could not be simpler. Being a prior purchaser of a couple of different Carhartt product lines I wasn’t at all surprised about the quality and comfort of these bib overalls. Mark Pickering, Northwest Horse Source Magazine.
Published December 2011 Issue
The Northwest Horse Source is an independently owned and operated print and online magazine for horse owners and enthusiasts of all breeds and disciplines in the Pacific Northwest. Our contemporary editorial columns are predominantly written by experts in the region, covering the care, training, keeping and enjoyment of horses, with an eye to the specific concerns in our region.