File under: essential winter workwear. Women’s overalls—made of heavy-duty fabric, and preferably with a warm insulated lining—are a gardener’s secret weapon in cold weather. Add lots of pockets to a pair of overalls, and you might even look forward to January’s pruning chores.
Here are 10 pairs of women’s overalls for winter gardening:
Above: From Carhartt, a pair of women’s Weathered Duck Wildwood Bib Overalls has a nylon quilted lining and “adjustable leg openings that make it easy to put on your boots.” They are available in three colors including pecan as shown and a pair is $99.99 at Boot Barn. Above: Made in Japan, a pair of Chimala Old Nep Denim Overalls is marked down to $379 (from $542) at Unionmade. Above: A pair of olive green Women’s Fire Hose DuluthFlex Bib Overalls have an adjustable fit “with double waist buttons—perfect for layering in all kinds of weather,” 12 pockets, and a “fabric treatment that repels stains and water.” A pair is on sale for $89.99 marked down from $99.50 from Duluth Trading. Above: From Berne, a pair of Deluxe Insulated Bib Overall-Zip To Knee coveralls has an insulated “High Back” design for added warmth; $56.95 from All Seasons Uniform. Above: A pair of Mackinaw Wool Bibs (included in the men’s workwear category at Filson) come in waist sizes as small as 30 inches and with inseams as short as 29 inches. Layer them with a wicking undergarment and add a sweater; they are available in either forest green as shown here and in the top photo or in charcoal for $325 per pair. Above: From Pointer Brand, a pair of unwashed Indigo Denim High Back Overalls have “a zippered bib, rust-proof fasteners & buttons, watch pocket, hammer loop, and an accessory pocket for ruler, pliers, or cell phone.” A pair is $89 from L.C. King. Above: A pair of Patagonia Women’s All Seasons Hemp Canvas Bib Overalls with double-fabric knees for durability is available in Fatigue Green as shown or Rattan is $99. Above: Available in dark brown, a pair of C. E. Schmidt Sanded/Washed Duck Quilt-Lined Insulated Bib Overalls has storm flaps over leg zippers to block wind and cold and waterproof reinforced knees; $52.49 at Tractor Supply Co. Above: With five pockets “including a zipped chest pocket with hidden coin pocket, tuckable cargo pocket with lobster clip to hold your keys, and generous front and back pockets,” a pair of Women’s Heirloom Gardening Apron Bib Overalls is $119.50 from Duluth Trading. Above: With a “raised rear section to protect lower back from the cold,” a Cotton Twill Gardening Dungarees is €104 from Manufactum.
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