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Sundridge Storm Performance Bib n Brace

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Sundridge Storm Performance Bib n Brace

Postby nuttyprot » 28 Nov 2012, 21:09

Sundridge Storm Performance Bib n Brace
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Product Description
Sundridge Storm Performance Bib n Brace offers superior value and protection from the elements.Durable tough nylon waterproof seam sealed protection and combining reinforced knees and seat.
Features :
Side pockets two hand warmer pockets zip up front and easy adjustable braces.

Available in the following sizes:
XS (31-33) S (33-36) M (36-39) L(39-43) XL(43-46) XXL(46-49) King (49-52) Giant(52-55) SG (55-58)

Review
One of the most vital parts of fishing in the winter is keeping warm and knowing this I decided to get kitted out with thermals. One of the many items I purchased was the Sundridge Storm Performance Bib n Brace. You can expect to pay £32-£60 I paid £32.99.

I have used the Sundridge Storm Performance Bib n Brace now about 5 times and love them, they are comfortable and very very warm. I use tracksuit bottoms under them and have been out in freezing cold temps and not even noticed how cold it was until I got home and removed them. The only reason I use tracksuit under them is to keep certain items like smokes and phone dry. They are very waterproof and I have stood out for over 4 hours in torrential rain in them and kept as dry as a desert. The only time I have felt wet is because of the sweat when I have had to walk to a mark.

They are not without small flaws though. This is personal preference, but I feel the pocket flaps could do with being about 1cm longer to help keep water out of the pockets. I would not have to wear tracksuit pants under them if they made the pockets a little more watertight. Also if you need a quick pee it would really help if they added a smaller zip next to the main central one to give easy access, trying to go for a pee in torrential rain is not an easy task having the pull the main zip down.

Rating
8 out of 10 A great piece of gear and at the price a bargain. Yes it has a couple of very small flaws and if not for them i would happily give them 10 out of 10
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Re: Sundridge Storm Performance Bib n Brace

Postby Rushy » 28 Nov 2012, 21:57

Excellent review :clap: well done :champ:
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Sundridge Storm Performance Bib n Brace

Postby Pugsie » 30 Nov 2012, 18:57

Just a quick one nutty just tried mine the zip zips up from the bottom mate so you can get your pecker owt:0)
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Re: Sundridge Storm Performance Bib n Brace

Postby TerryG » 01 Dec 2012, 13:23

Cheers for the review mate :thumb: :thumb:
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Re: Sundridge Storm Performance Bib n Brace

Postby skatenchips » 03 Dec 2012, 09:43

Great review mate as I'm after a Bib at the mo,if anybody reading this has tried the Titan Bib and has an opinion one way or tuther gis a shout or do a seperate post as I'm interested on how they perform.

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Re: Sundridge Storm Performance Bib n Brace

Postby nuttyprot » 15 Dec 2012, 14:46

Pugsie wrote:Just a quick one nutty just tried mine the zip zips up from the bottom mate so you can get your pecker owt:0)



Glad you mentioned this I never realized the zip had 2 zips on and because of this gets 9 out of 10 loses one point due to the pockets letting water in flaps just not good enough imo.
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Re: Sundridge Storm Performance Bib n Brace

Postby Paul » 15 Dec 2012, 14:59

I have a pair of these - for the money, they are brilliant!! Really warm...


Good bit of kit :thumb:
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