Frabill F4 Cyclone Rainsuit Bibs
Fully-loaded with all of the bells-and-whistles, the Frabill F4 Cyclone Rainsuit Bibs are the crown jewel of Frabill’s F-series rainsuits. Built to keep you protected in the MOST severe weather, the Frabill F4 Cyclone Rainsuit Bibs feature an advanced 3-layer construction that sheds water and stops wind in its tracks – all while delivering a high level of breathability.
Offering a staggering 20,000mm of hydrostatic resistance, the Frabill F4 Cyclone Rainsuit Bibs fight wet weather with 100% sealed seams and water-resistant, marine-grade zippers. In addition, the Frabill F3 Cyclone Rainsuit Bibs are designed with a gusset behind the zipper and a drainage hole, which prevents water from pooling up in your lap while driving.
Ergonomically shaped for ease-of-movement, the Frabill F4 Cyclone Rainsuit Bibs also allow you to maneuver around the boat without feeling constrained, and have 500-denier kneepads that make it easy to take kneel down. To help alleviate shoulder pressure, the Frabill F4 Cyclone Rainsuit Bibs incorporate Velcro hip adjustments that distribute the weight from your back to your waist.
Complete with tons of storage space, the Frabill F4 Cyclone Rainsuit Bibs are fitted with zippered pockets on the chest and side, oversized cargo pockets, and D-rings on the chest and waist. Considered the Cadillac of rainsuits, the Frabill F4 Cyclone Rainsuit Bibs pair with the Frabill F4 Cyclone Rainsuit Jacket to deliver absolute protection in the face of adverse weather.
-20,000mm hydrostatic resistance
-Rugged 500-Denier nylon knee pads
-Elastic shoulder straps with cam buckles
-Adjustable Velcro waist strap
-Velcro/zippered pant cuff
-Dual zippered chest pockets
-Oversized cargo pockets
-Chest/Side Seam D-rings
-3M Scotchlite reflective material
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Comments: This jacket is incredibly light and comfy. The comfiest I've worn. Very well thought out. It's an improvement on the fxe jacket and it was great. Frabill's costomer service is top notch as well.
From: Unknown: USA 3/31/14