Women's Deluxe Overalls
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Robust, insulated, hybrid-denim overalls built for rugged use. With functionality for adventure, elastic cuffs and adjustability, combined with a burly 13.5 oz. super-stretch fabric, the Ripton & Co. insulated Deluxe Overall lives in a category of its own. Destined to change how you do life. Size up for a looser fit.
- 13.5 ounce hybrid stretch denim
- 30.4% stretch rating
- 57.5% Cotton, 22% Polyester, 14% Modal, 4% Nylon, 2.5% Elastane
- Zippered kangaroo pocket
- Elastic cuffs
- Bi-component insulation
- Extreme tensile and tear strength fit for workwear
- Designed for camping, biking, skiing, nail pounding
Love my Winteralls!
Loving my Winteralls. They are warm and comfortable. I've used them for hiking, doing odd jobs around the house and yard. Not used for biking yet but I'm sure I will. I do love the pockets, zipper at side and cuffs. They are more than I would normally spend on overalls but I'm glad I did as I can see these lasting a long time and getting lots of use. I initially bought the Medium but returned for Large for a slightly looser fit in the legs. (I'm 5'5 and about 140 lbs) so just waiting on my refund but otherwise all good. Look forward to trying other Ripton products in future.
Very comfortable, warm, great styling
A M A Z E B A L L S ! ! !
What a super great pair of wear anywhere overalls. My son won these in a race and kindly lets me wear them occasionally, but mostly he wears them to school every day because he likes how he can stick his tools in the pockets when he tunes his skis each night. Do yourself a favor and nab a pair!
I absolutely love these pants and have been my go-to’s for the last month while playing in the snowy mountains of Maine! Well done!!
Best winter overalls
These overalls are surprisingly flattering! I’m a size 10 and opted for the XL. They’re super warm and stretchy and a perfect mountain chic look, or just for doing work in the garage (I’m a metal smith). I imagined I’d wear another layer under, but there’s no need! Love love love them and will definitely be getting a pair of regular overalls when it’s not in the negatives up here anymore.
Pajamas for the day time
These are insane. I was skeptical, sure. I love overalls and pretty much live in them - whether I'm working, riding, relaxing, you name it. I was sold by the side zip, and the gusseted legs. These hug in all the right places, show off the booty, but have INCREDIBLE amounts of stretch and mobility. Also - they're warm as heck. I'm about to put them to the test this weekend in inclement conditions. OBSESSED with the zipper chest pocket. You ever put your phone up there, forget about it, and then take your overalls off in a gas station bathroom and almost lose your phone in the toilet? No? Just me? Well - toilet phone NO MORE - cuz we got chest zips. Also fits a beer can perfectly. For sizing - got a size small - I wear a 27 in every make and model of everything. I'm 5'6", and about 130. These fit perfectly.
Re: the new normal
I don’t think I can wear anything else for skiing now after wearing the winteralls for the start of this ski season. Way way better than bibs. Winteralls are warm and keeps the wet out. Comfortable and fit is just right. I was worried the side zipper would slide and open up (like it does with the popular ski/board bibs) but it remained secure. I even worn them while on the drive home. A must have for sure!!
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Glad to hear you are loving you Winteralls!
Will be giving these to my son’s girlfriend for Christmas, She’s going to love them!
Denim might normally feel a little "casual" for the bc, but halfway through my first day of wearing them I forgot I had on winteralls instead of bibs. They are warm as heck (I had to shed a base layer halfway up) — and I normally run pretty cold. I prefer to have a little more room, so I have a Medium. But I tried on the small and it looked and felt good too! Just a little more fitted in the legs. For reference, I'm 5'8" and 130 (thin but muscular legs and bum). Overall, the winteralls are so comfy, soft, (very) warm, and technical enough. Plus, they are fun! They look good down in the valley and on the skintrack, but I can't wait to wear these up the lifts once they start spinning!