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  1. I was looking for a new pair of bibs and was going to get the grundens neptune bibs. I heard from some people that their sizing is weird so I figured id ask here. I am 5,11 and 145 pounds. Should I get a size Large? thanks
  2. Two new Simms Bibs. I wore the green pair one time and tried on the grey pair once--unfortunately, neither fit me. 1. Grey Bibs: Simms Transom Fishing Bibs. Size Small. $200 3-layer GORE-TEX® laminate for 100% waterproof, breathable protection 2 zippered hand-warming pockets Lower leg zipper for easy on-off Stretch panels for comfort Adjustable cuff around ankle keeps water out Kill switch attachment 2. Green Bibs: Simms Challenger Fishing Bibs. Size Small. $150 2-layer Toray® laminate for 100% waterproof, breathable protection. YKK® water-resistant zippers with center front storm flap 2 hand-warmer pockets Single thigh pocket with reinforced plier sheath Adjustable suspenders & adjustable hem let me know if you have questions. F4AA1B4B-192F-46AF-8BE1-DAF0B9BDDFDB.heic A779E597-5F3C-463B-8EAA-D6E24CD80D15.heic 9BCE4D58-CAA6-498C-A109-EE8DBACF588F.heic BB6A078D-625B-46B4-9488-68347181366A.heic 67A21A46-30D1-4223-A88A-FF8A89C22A31.heic
  3. Hi, I want to purchase a bib or waders that will work for surf fishing, creek fishing, and to wear on a boat. I already know that I want to get a pair that goes up to my chest. I just can't decide whether to get one with built-in boots. stocking feet, or ones that just cut off at the ankle. I don't really want to have wear waders with built-in boots on a boat. However, I think that if I just slide boots over the bib with no feet, water will come in after the tops of my boots go underwater, and I won't have as much versatility. Do y'all think that I could buy the bibs that just go to the ankles and then buy hip boots and an elastic belt to go around my waders that the hip boots strap onto? I would tuck the bib into the hip boots. Or should I just get a pair with built-in shoes and look kind of dumb on the boat? I don't own a boat so I only fish with my friends who have boats and charters, and I do most of my surf fishing in the summer but occasionally in the fall/spring. I don't want to spend too much; they don't have to be insulated, I just want them to last. Thanks for the help.
  4. Frogg Toggs Pilot Rain Jacket and Bibs Size Large probably 3 times last year. 80 each Shipped and Paypal.
  5. I just got this bib for my Bday. I'm undecided on it. It looks very different from what I was picturing. It feels kind of thick and restrictive. I might return it to get a pair of Simms. What do you guys think? I've never owned anything by Stomr before and I don't know much about neoprene.