AP-1100-B-S

First Watch AP-1100 Flotation Bibs

First Watch AP-1100 Flotation Bibs

Description

First Watch AP-1100 Flotation Bibs offer an extra layer of protection and warmth, featuring adjustable fittings for all-day wear and comfort.

Features

  • Provide positive buoyancy when worn in combination with a USCG approved PFD
  • Ankle cuffs snug down to minimize water ingress
  • Knees, seat and cuffs reinforced with 500 denier Cordura Nylon for long wear
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Designed to keep you dry and warm, the First Watch AP-1100 Flotation Bibs are lined with super soft flotation foam that is both thin and flexible. Although not classified as a PFD, these pants provide positive buoyancy when worn in combination with a USCG approved PFD. The AP-1100 bibs offer an extra layer of protection and warmth for all-day wear and comfort.
Notable Specifications:
  • Color: Black
  • Approval: Not classified as a PFD - must be worn with USCG approved PFD
  • Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL
  • Suspender system allows personalized fit
  • Gusset behind center zipper keeps water out
  • Napoleon thigh pocket for easy access even when sitting
  • Articulating knees
  • Ankle cuffs snug down to minimize water ingress
  • Fully nylon lined
  • Adjustable waist
  • Knees, seat and cuffs reinforced with 500 denier Cordura Nylon for long wear
  • Knee high vertical leg zippers for easy on and off
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First Watch AP-1100 Flotation Bibs AP-1100-B-S AP-1100 flotation bibs, black, S
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First Watch AP-1100 Flotation Bibs AP-1100-B-M AP-1100 flotation bibs, black, M
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First Watch AP-1100 Flotation Bibs AP-1100-B-L AP-1100 flotation bibs, black, L
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First Watch AP-1100 Flotation Bibs AP-1100-B-XL AP-1100 flotation bibs, black, XL
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First Watch AP-1100 Flotation Bibs AP-1100-B-XXL AP-1100 flotation bibs, black, XXL
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