Bib trousers are valued for their convenience. They can easily be taken on and off with little effort and their sleeveless design inherently gives the wearer a wide and unrestrictive range of motion. Since they still have all the practical pockets as work trousers do, it's no wonder so many workers have come to prefer bib and brace overalls instead. The Blaklader 2600 bib trousers illustrate this perfectly.
As a practical garment, the Blaklader 2600 overalls have plenty of things going for them. There is a multitude of pockets, including holster pockets, chest pockets, and nail pockets, so you certainly don’t miss out on any of the storage capacity that work trousers usually have. The chest, leg, and front pockets are bellowed or loose-hanging, all with a flap to access them, giving you secure storage for your tools and equipment. There are even specialised areas on the bib trousers for specific things, such as the deep nail pockets that can be tucked in when not in use, the hammer loop on the side, and the integrated knife holder.
Blaklader has made great use of materials to make the 2600 bib and brace. The base build is 100% cotton and twill, resulting in excellent comfort for the wearer, and durable Cordura is used to reinforce the knee and back pockets. This helps prevent the Blaklader bib pants from fraying and tearing as easily and effectively increasing the lifespan of the garment. Having triple stitching on key areas of wear like the legs also helps to achieve this effect.
The Blaklader 2600 bib overalls are ideally suited to craftsmen, plumbers, or metal workers among others.
These bib trousers are also available in cornflower blue.