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Clam IceArmor Insulated Bibs

Item # 419153
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Key Features

  • 120 grams of insulation

  • Windproof, waterproof and breathable

  • Tactel Nylon Oxford Shell exterior

  • Adjustable waist strap

  • Quick-release suspenders


Our Price   $149.99

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ice_armor These bibs offer unsurpassed durability, warmth, and comfort. They have 120 grams of insulation, are windproof, waterproof and breathable. The exterior is made with a tough Tactel Nylon Oxford outer shell while the inside is a soft and warm polyester tricot lining. In addition to the adjustable waist strap, quick-release suspenders, and accessory pockets, IceArmor Insulated Bibs feature fleece-lined hand warmer pockets and padded knees. They are great for both open water and ice fishing.

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3.0

(based on 2 reviews)

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5.0

Great for the ice

By No nickname

from Clayton, NY

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Verified Reviewer

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        Comments about Ice Armor Clam IceArmor Insulated Bibs:

        These insulated bibs are great on the ice. Very warm, plenty of pocket space, and the knee pads are a bonus when you're attending to tip-ups. Also, the water does not penetrate at all so you stay dry and material doesn't restrict when chasing flags. I also use these in the late fall before first ice and in the spring when it's bitter cold either from shore or on the boat because of the wind breaking protection.

        • Was this a gift?:
        • Yes

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        1.0

        They were great until...

        By d_rek

        from St. Clair, MI

        About Me Avid Fisher

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Lightweight
        • Padded Knees
        • Two-way Zipper
        • Warm

        Cons

        • Odd Pant Pockets
        • Only Two Cargo Pockets

        Best Uses

        • Cold-weather Activities
        • Ice Fishing

        Comments about Ice Armor Clam IceArmor Insulated Bibs:

        I bought them and took them out for a days worth of ice fishing in Michigan. Well they performed great all day long. They're warm and lightweight and the padded knees are a nice feature.

        The pockets are a little odd though especially the pant pockets... you can't even really fit your entire hand in them. The cargo pockets are nice but i found the flaps staying open when i didn't really want them too.

        But the reason i'm giving them one star is for the following: the cheap-o plastic clasp on the suspenders. After being on the ice all day and then coming in I went to undo the clasp on one of the suspenders and it simply snapped right off! So I took them back and upon further inspection all the clasps for the Ice Armor gear seems to be made of a cheaper plastic. You can literally start to bend it in your hand. Not good for extreme temperatures. My guess is that the cold made the plastic brittle and it didn't take much to snap it.

        The girl at the counter said she's seem a couple pair come back with the same problem so use caution when buying. So I took them back and ordered a pair of carhartts now that my trip was over.

        • Was this a gift?:
        • No

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