Made to stand up to whatever Mother Nature can dish out, the Stormr Fusion Bib Pant combines advanced technologies and innovative design to give anglers the utmost comfort and protection in wet weather. To combat moisture inside and out, the Stormr Fusion Bib Pant employs Stormr's VAPR Tech fabrics, which has a breathable two-layer construction and DWR finish on the outside.

Providing full range-of-motion, the Stormr Fusion Bib Pant features an articulated knee with abrasion resistant, high-stretch knee pads that make it easy to kneel down and grab fish. Offering plenty of storage to boot, the Stormr Fusion Bib Pant is made with two zippered hand-warmer rests, two cargo-style gear pockets with Velcro closures, and a zippered chest pocket. 

Fitted with a number of design features aimed at convenience and safety, like 3M reflective graphics and adjustable ankle cuffs, the Stormr Fusion Bib Pant provides the type of reliable performance that you can count on in rough weather. A true game changer, the Stormr Fusion Bib Pants utilize some of the most advanced technologies available to keep you comfortable and catching in the rain.

The Stormr Fusion Bib Pant is made to match up with the Stormr Fusion Jacket.


-100% sealed seams
-Articulated knee
-Adjustable shoulder straps
-Two zippered hand warmer pockets
-Non-corrosive center zipper w/ storm flap
-PU coated non-corrosive pocket zippers
-Two cargo-style pockets w/ Velcro closure
-Adjustable Velcro ankle cuffs
-Chest D-ring
-3M reflective graphics 

 Sizing Chart Medium Large X-Large XX-Large 3XL
 Waist 32-34" 34-36" 38-40" 42-44" 44"+ 
Inseam  29" 30" 32" 34" 34"+ 

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Comments: 704 SF MH is the best all around spinning rod I have ever used. So versatile & you can use it for multiple application. For as light rod and soft tip, it has plenty of backbone to move big fish. I used it over the weekend to throw wakebaits for shoal bass and it did the job.

From: Brandon: Marietta, GA 3/24/16

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