Guy Cotten Drembib Breathable Bib & Braces

Guy Cotten Drembib Breathable Bib & Braces

Regular price £189.98

DREMBIB are revolutionary breathable bib and brace trousers.

Ideal for intensive and even "aggressive" uses in warm or cold weather. Optimum comfort for all year round use.

This hard-wearing commercial fishing bib and braces trousers combine : the front of the now proven DREMBIB bib trousers (X2 layer on the whole front, X3 on knees and chest) in our tough rip stop Nylpeche fabric. The back is in an extremely tough, highly BREATHABLE, 100% waterproof high-tech multilayered fabric (Dremtech+). Ideal for intensive and even "aggressive" uses in warm or cold weather.



EN 343 : 2003+A1 : 2007. 

Fabric Dremtech+/Nylpêche/Cap-Coz

Dremtech + fabric : Breathable, comfortable and tough high-tech "3+2 layer" fabric. Each layer has its own specific function. When combined they reach a very high level of efficiency. 3 LAYERS: - Hydrophilic lamination, - a microporous coating to increase its resistance to wind and water even further - a binding between the two layers. + 2 LAYERS : - A bonded interior lining. This saves the addition of an extra lining, providing a longer life, high-performance and comfort. - a very hard wearing outer fabric standing up to all sorts of hostile outdoor conditions (abrasion, tearing, etc.), protected with a high-performing water repellent and anti-stain treatment. Technical datas : Waterproofness : 25,000 mm water column. Moisture permeability : 5000g/m² per 24 hours. Polyamide 90% and PU 10% Total weight 294 g/m². Nylpêche fabric : Very hard-wearing. The technical characteristics of the Nylpeche fabric provide completely waterproof garments unequalled for their strength and flexibility. PVC coating on two sides, easy to clean. Ideal for intensive and even "aggressive" uses. 485g/m².

Looking for a matching jacket? Take a look at the corresponding Drempro Oilskin Jacket.

PPE Category I - This category includes exclusively the following minimal risks: superficial mechanical injury, contact with cleaning materials of weak action or prolonged contact with water, contact with hot surfaces not exceeding 50 °C, damage to the eyes due to exposure to sunlight, atmospheric conditions that are not of an extreme nature.