Ice Fog Down Bibs: protection when even the air is freezing over
How cold does it get in Alaska? So cold it can't even snow. In weather like that, water vapor in the air turns into a solid, ice-crystallized mist called Ice Fog. But no one's standing around marveling – it's just another work day in Alaska. The kind of day where you better suit up in an Alaskan Hardgear® Ice Fog Bibs – the warmest bibs we sell. 700 fill power down warms through extreme cold while the rugged 3.6-oz. nylon shell stays supple in frigid temps. Work ready features include 3M reflective piping (critical in places like Barrow where 7-10 weeks pass without any sun) and Cordura® nylon reinforcements. Hardworking, full-featured design includes adjustable straps, full-length front zipper with outer stormflap, and removable thermal foam inserts in the seat and knees for comfort as you work in extreme weather.