Stormr Strykr Bib Pant

The Stormr Strykr Bib Pant works with the Stormr Stryker Jacket to keep you covered from head-to-toe in the harshest fishing conditions. Designed with a special Neoprene Core Technology, the Stormr Strykr Bib Pant offers a host of advantages against foul weather, including full range of movement, advanced insulation, positive buoyancy, and complete protection against wind and water.

The Neoprene Core Technology consists of three layers – a water-repellant outer shell that causes water to bead off on contact, a middle neoprene layer that provides excellent heat retention, and an inner fleece layer that wicks away moisture and makes the Stormr Strykr Bib Pant incredibly comfortable. All three layers have 4-way stretch properties that give the Stormr Stryker Bib Pant a snug fit while still allowing anglers to move about freely. To ensure safety, the Stormr Strykr Bib Pant is designed with 3M reflective graphics and possesses 5lbs of positive buoyancy, which works to keep you afloat if you ever  hit the water. 

Additionally, the Stormr Strykr Bib Pant also offers tons of storage with two fleece-lined hand warmer pockets, two cargo-style gear pockets, and two splash-proof exterior pockets with PU non-corrosive zippers.  To ensure long-lasting performance, the Stormr Stykr Bib Pant is built with Duratex abrasion-resistant materials in areas of high impact, like the knee and seat. Don’t let Mother Nature get in the way of fishing – get the Stormr Strykr Bib Pant.  


-Adjustable shoulder, waist, and ankle
-Two cargo-style gear pockets 
-Two fleece-lined hand warmer pockets
-Glued, blind-stitched and thermal tapered seams
-Full-length interior storm flap
-Non-corrosive splash proof zipper
-Vented back panel
-Kill-switch D-ring
-Reinforced knee and seat
-Knee-high zippers for easy on easy off
-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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Customer Reviews

Comments: The good: Well made comfortable fit { 6', 200lbs. XL size }. Good wind protection but you do need some under layer warmth protection if it's cold. The bad: If it's a more than a light rain and your out all day they will soak through and then take a long time to dry. Okay for light intermittent light rain not good for all day moderate rain.

From: Tom: Milan, IN 3/18/15

Comments: Wore it the first time (12/28).. 30% morning and hard steady rain. I didn't get wet or cold really. Under layers I had on were Under Armor Infra Red top and bottom, long john top and runner's pullover over longsleeve performance top. I'm 5'10, 185 and got a Medium (jacket and bibs). My shirt size is 16-34/35 and it fit fine. It was snug, but that's what I wanted for little under laying of garments. Bottoms I only wore the UA infra red pants, My iPhone did not get wet in the top right pocket, and I had my wallet in the bibs on the right leg (pocket with flap and didn't get wet). It did take a day or so for the jacket to dry out, but that's cool because I didn't get wet. Water will bead up, but it will eventually soak into the outer layer of neoprene. It cuts wind like a champ, 70mph in the rain and the only problem I had was keeping the hood over my Save Phace on long runs. I finally figured out to just tie the strings of the hood after cinching them down because the clasps won't hold it when you're moving spots. The bibs were about an 1" too short - but I could deal with that. It was a tight fit up the tummy area (34" waist), but I stayed warm and the tightness wasn't uncomfortable.

From: Russ: Canton, GA

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