Mustang Survival Women’s Taku Waterproof Bib

$399.99

This women’s waterproof bib pant features a handwarmer tunnel and clever storage solutions. The side zipper makes it easy to take on and off and creates convenient access for relief. Made with versatile Marinespec SP and reinforced in high-wear areas with Cordura®, these bibs are lightweight, breathable, and durable. Adjustable shoulder straps, cuffs, and knees hone in the fit. The snag-free design reduces bulk without compromising mobility, while low-profile chest pockets offer easy access to essentials. Two front waist d-rings are small gear attachment points. The Women’s Taku Waterproof Bib integrates seamlessly with the Women’s Taku Waterproof Jacket to keep you warm and dry no matter what you are doing on the water.

Model is 5’8″ (174 cm) and is wearing a size Medium.

Description

  • The Women’s Taku Waterproof Bib is a versatile solution for inshore marine environments
  • 3-layer MarineSpec SP fabric is waterproof and highly breathable
  • 500D Cordura® on the seat and knee for added abrasion resistance
  • Shoulder straps adjust to create a tailored fit
  • Articulated knees enhance mobility
  • Water-resistant YKK® AQUAGUARD® side zipper for easy donning/doffing and relief
  • Velcro® adjustable ankle cuffs accommodate a range of footwear
  • Zippered chest pocket with internal loops keeps essentials organized
  • Fleece-lined kangaroo pocket warms hands
  • Two D-rings for small gear attachment at the waist
  • Removable moulded knee pads provide comfort
  • Reflective logos create visibility in low light
  • Pair with the Women’s Taku Waterproof Jacket for a head-to-toe dry solution
  • Regular fit
  • Inseam size medium: 31.5in / 80cm

Additional information

Size

Small, Medium, Large, X-Large

Color

Admiral Gray

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This product can expose you to Chloroprene and Carbon Black, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.