TREW Chariot Bib 2020 Review by The Good Ride

The Women’s TREW Chariot Bib comes with 20k waterproofing and 20k breath-ability. The material is very light, and semi quiet for how waterproof it is. The bib is comfortable to move in, making it a good choice for back country hiking as well as the resort. There is plenty of room to layer and these should keep you nice and dry on storm days, while at the same time they are light enough for spring riding. The overall straps are super comfy and have a nice stretch to them along with silicone strip on the back to help them stay in place.

The fit of the TREW Chariot Bib is somewhat slim, and I would say they are true to size. The length in the legs are nice without dragging on the ground, and they aren’t super baggy around the waist like a lot of bibs I’ve tried. Also the kick panels on the cuffs are awesome and I feel like they would hold up really well with wear and tear.

The only thing that is missing for me would be a back pocket or two (but that’s just personal preference).

 

Overall the Women’s TREW Chariot Bib would be a good choice for someone looking for the do-it-all layer. Dry enough for wet weather, and light and breathable enough for hiking or spring shredding. The open inner thigh vents make dumping heat fast and easy, and there are a lot of pockets for stashing whatever you need. But my favorite part about these

 

Size: Small
Steph’s Specs:
Height: 5’3”
Weight: 108 lbs
Waist: 27”
Hips: 35”
Inseam 29”
Upper Thigh 19” Circumference
Middle Thigh 18” Circumference
Calves 13”

 
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List Price US $420
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