Stormtex-Air 652 Wet Weather Bib and Brace



Tried and tested with crews around the world, this highly technical and resilient wet weather bib and brace wet weather safety set is comfortable, robust and long-lasting. Welded seams are just one of the advanced features that make this a popular choice for professionals around the world.

Product Description

A lightweight wet weather bib and brace wet weather safety wear. Designed to be lightweight and comfortable, the Stormtex-Air 652 wet weather bib and brace features a double layer of stretch PVC along the legs for improved warmth and waterproofing. This material is comfortable to wear, but durable and tough when it counts.

The high back design protects the back from sea spray, rain, and strong winds, and the neon colours improve visibility in all conditions. Ideal for agriculture, industry, and fishing.

Seams are welded together so they stay strong, and the elasticated H braces are fitted with industrial plastic clips. The materials, structure, and waterproofing will withstand heavy use. The legs incorporate two layers for additional durability and strength as well as knee pads for working on hard surfaces.


  • Neon for hi-visibility.
  • Elasticated H braces with industrial plastic clips.
  • Internal pocket.
  • Welded seams.
  • Snaps on trouser bottoms
  • Triple layer on knees.
  • Knee pads.
  • High back for comfort.
  • Optional side utility pocket

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1 review for Stormtex-Air 652 Wet Weather Bib and Brace

  1. Matthias

    (verified owner):

    Bought the Stormtex-Air 652 Wet Weather Bib and Brace some weeks ago, now I sailed two weeks in the Adriatic Sea (Croatia), sometimes with wind around 35knts, rain and not more than 55°F the whole day long. I didn´t sweat at all, felt never any cold wind and staid dry the whole time. I strongly can recommend the Stormtex-Air 652.
    Best regards from Vienna (Austria); MATT

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