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Unlined Duck Bib Overalls for Men

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$59.99
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SKU:
210.28 36 32
SKU:
210.28 36 32

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The KEY Men's Unlined Duck Bib Overalls are designed to make working hard look easy. The duck fabric is durable, yet features a brushed hand, washed finish to gain flexibility and make it soft to the touch. Knee-length zippers allow you to conveniently wear them with boots, while the double knee with cleanout enhances durability where you need it most. Utility pockets, tool loops and a variety of other reinforced pockets add to the reliability and functionality of this bib. When the weather is moderate, wear it alone, and when it gets cold out, layer it with Polar King Thermal Underwear. No matter when you wear it or what you do in it, this bib overall will exceed your expectations.

  • 100% Cotton, 10 oz. Duck Fabric (Brushed Hand, Washed Finish)
  • Knee Length Zipper with Exterior Storm Flap
  • Double Knee with Cleanout
  • Multi-Pocket Bib Top - Primary Pocket with Zipper Closure
  • Reinforced Bib Top Button Tabs
  • Double Utility Pockets on Right Leg
  • Reinforced Double Bottom Front Pockets
  • Reinforced Oversized Back Pockets
  • Loop for Tape Measure/Cell Phone
  • Hammer Loop
  • Adjustable Straps with Elastic Inserts

28 Reviews
  • 4
    duck overalls

    Posted by Matthew Wood on Dec 29th 2022

    good fabric and quality in construction , but a few details need to be fixed, 1. the fly is to small and the zipper tab is tiny, almost imposable to use when your hands are cold. next is the size of the right leg tool pocket, it cant hold a cell phone it needs to be bigger

  • 5
    Duck overalls

    Posted by Marlin Cooper on Dec 12th 2022

    Fit great, flexible for an old man climbing ladders, cutting wood, trimming trees, cleaning brush

  • 4
    Bib overalls

    Posted by Wayne on Nov 16th 2022

    They fit great. They are strong. Well worth the money.

  • 5
    Made the switch to Key

    Posted by Gaberiel Keway on Oct 8th 2022

    I have worn unlined bibs from that other popular company for decades. Typically after I wear out a pair I simply run down to the farm store and buy a new pair however, this year it seems the other company discontinued my favorite style and I was unable to find unlined of their new style in my size. So I decided to try a different brand and figured I would give KEY a shot. My initial reaction is that these are a much darker color than I prefer. The lighter tan of the other company's duck bibs allow for quick visual inspection of grease, oil and ticks that inevitably find their way onto me and sometimes gets transferred to my truck seat. Also, I am skeptical of the durability based on the softness of KEY's duck material compared to the other brand but time will tell. I am 6'-0" and 220lbs. I ordered my standard size overall, 40x30. Fitting seems on par in the waist with the other company though, the inseam is a bit too long. I like my overall legs a bit short to stay out of the mud. I feel like the bib portion is a bit "flappy" on the edges like they could have trimmed an inch from each side. Surely, the softness of the material only makes the flappiness more obvious. I do like the partial zip leg with the snap and soft zipper handle and I kinda wish they would have used the soft zipper handle on the bib too, instead of the metal zipper handle that jingle-jangles while you work. The open pocket on the bib fits my apple phone with case quite snugly and I hope that stays snug after use. Staps are comfortable and just right size at maximum length. I like the little covered pocket and I hope the velcro lasts. I probably would have liked to see a snap instead. I also like the center pen pocket though it is a bit short. I typically like a pen pocket long enough to meet the pen clip. But it may work okay with a well used carpenter pencil. "Hammer loop" on left leg seems okay but notice there isn't a welding rod pocket below it, which is standard for the other brand. Dual pocket on right is there though. There's little "change pocket" on the right hip pocket which may be handy for a pocket knife or, of course, coinage and I just noticed there is actually a little "knife loop" on the right hip anyways. Other than that, the build quality seems great; triple stitch side seams, double knees, metal zippers, metal shoulder clasps and metal adjusters, metal snaps. Duck bibs usually last me one year. Today is Oct 7, 2022 I will try to update my review in about a year. Giving 5 stars since there is nothing obviously "bad" about them, just different than I am used to from that other popular brand.

  • 5
    Compared to "the other" work wear company

    Posted by Gaberiel Keway on Oct 7th 2022

    I have worn unlined bibs from that other popular company for decades. Typically after I wear out a pair I simply run down to the farm store and buy a new pair however, this year it seems the other company discontinued my favorite style and I was unable to find unlined of their new style in my size. So I decided to try a different brand and figured I would give KEY a shot. My initial reaction is that these are a much darker color than I prefer. The lighter tan of the other company's duck bibs allow for quick visual inspection of grease, oil and ticks that inevitably find their way onto me and sometimes gets transferred to my truck seat. Also, I am skeptical of the durability based on the softness of KEY's duck material compared to the other brand but time will tell. I am 6'-0" and 220lbs. I ordered my standard size overall, 40x30. Fitting seems on par in the waist with the other company though, the inseam is a bit too long. I like my overall legs a bit short to stay out of the mud. I feel like the bib portion is a bit "flappy" on the edges like they could have trimmed an inch from each side. Surely, the softness of the material only makes the flappiness more obvious. I do like the partial zip leg with the snap and soft zipper handle and I kinda wish they would have used the soft zipper handle on the bib too, instead of the metal zipper handle that jingle-jangles while you work. The open pocket on the bib fits my apple phone with case quite snugly and I hope that stays snug after use. Staps are comfortable and just right size at maximum length. I like the little covered pocket and I hope the velcro lasts. I probably would have liked to see a snap instead. I also like the center pen pocket though it is a bit short. I typically like a pen pocket long enough to meet the pen clip. But it may work okay with a well used carpenter pencil. "Hammer loop" on left leg seems okay but notice there isn't a welding rod pocket below it, which is standard for the other brand. Dual pocket on right is there though. There's little "change pocket" on the right hip pocket which may be handy for a pocket knife or, of course, coinage and I just noticed there is actually a little "knife loop" on the right hip anyways. Other than that, the build quality seems great; triple stitch side seams, double knees, metal zippers, metal shoulder clasps and metal adjusters, metal snaps. Duck bibs usually last me one year. Today is Oct 7, 2022 I will try to update my review in about a year. Giving 5 stars since there is nothing obviously "bad" about them, just different than I am used to from that other popular brand.

  • 3
    Pockets

    Posted by David John Gerken on Sep 11th 2022

    Instead of the zippered pocket, just make the chest pockets like you do on your jean bibs. and the zippers on the legs are not necessary seeing most people , wear them like your denim bibs.

  • 4
    Bib Overalls

    Posted by Daniel C Keeley on Sep 7th 2022

    Well built bibs with the right leg length to not drag in the mud. My new favorites.

  • 5
    Great fit and feel

    Posted by Mr Karl Fennimore on Mar 22nd 2022

    These overalls fit and feel great. I'm usually just wear key jeans, but these are a very nice alternative.

  • 4
    unlined duck bibs

    Posted by Galen Snow on Feb 23rd 2022

    They are ok.

  • 5
    Duck bibs

    Posted by Jason Pierce on Feb 13th 2022

    I love key bibs. Excellent quality!

  • 5
    Unlined Bibs

    Posted by Stephen on Jan 27th 2022

    Seem to be a well made product. Replacing Carharts because the new design has changed and not a big fan of it. However it seems that all bibs from any company are following the same pattern although the pockets on these bibs are fine and deep enough. Also do not care for Carhart getting rid of unvaccinated employees so they have lost my business for good. Keys seem to be an american company although the bibs are made in China. Good quality though and good value for the price.

  • 4
    Returning!

    Posted by Curt Canada on Jan 19th 2022

    will return for a larger size, very tight uptop and around waist! excellent material though!