Women's Take It to the Streets II Trench Jacket2 colors available
Make it easy to stay covered with women's bib overalls. These garments allow you to wear a tank top, T-shirt or long-sleeved T-shirt underneath. That means you have the protection you need, no matter what the weather is or what environment you're working in. There's nothing like feeling comfortable when you're exploring your favorite activities and women's bibs make that possible. Women's work coveralls make it easy to cover up from top to bottom with a one-piece garment made for a woman's figure. This means you don't end up with excess fabric which can become hazardous depending on work conditions. Women's work bibs are easy to get off and on and have secure fasteners to keep them in place as you move, whether you're in the water, mud or work indoors. Women's bib coveralls are fitted through the bodice and legs, which makes it easy to move fast.
When on the slopes, a ski bib is a must. It is the best way to keep your body warm at the core and legs and stays put when you're on your snowboard or skiing. You want to feel secure and warm, whether you're on the mountain or hanging outside by the fire with family and friends. A ski bib allows you to layer appropriately underneath and top the look with a coat. For most, this is the best way to dress for the slopes. It prevents trying to keep ski pants up at the waist when you're moving down the mountain and keeps you completely covered versus pants that can expose a swatch of skin depending on how you layer your tops. The bib-style ski pants stay put no matter how much you move. Start wit a silk tank top as your base layer. Add a long-sleeved T-shirt or thermal T-shirt and then the bib-style ski pants. On top, add a sweater or sweatshirt and a coat. This is the best technique for layering for serious warmth. There's nothing like feeling completely warm on the slopes, giving you the chance to tackle each trail without worrying about what you're wearing. This is gear that performs as well as you do.