- Shipping Weight: 454 g
- Item model number: I417
- ASIN: B00DPGNN96
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: April 2 2016
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #98,034 in Clothing & Accessories (See Top 100 in Clothing & Accessories)
Berne Men's Deluxe Insulated Coverall
CDN$ 80.22 - CDN$ 251.24
Free Returns on some sizes and colours
- 100% Other Fibers
- Machine Wash
- Pleated bi-swing action back for extra comfort
- Heavy-duty leg zipper with snap closure at hand openings
- Heavy-duty nylon protects leg hem from wear
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These ever-popular deluxe insulated coveralls are engineered for maximum durability and work-readiness. When we say tough we mean t-u-f-f tough. Triple-needle stitched seams, reinforced barracks at all stress points, two reinforced hip pockets the left with a brass zipper, four-needle stitched waistband with elastic inserts, and reinforced knees
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I actually do like the black much better than the brown — it's almost elegant. Some other brands charge more for non-brown. I got these with Prime, and the price didn't change with the colors.
These were nicely packaged. I pulled them out of their imprisoning plastic bag, and saw a bit of rigid plastic peeking out of the ankle cuff. It ended up being a complementary hanger emblazoned with “Berne” . It was an odd place for a hanger, but who doesn't like a free, branded, hanger? My wife's getting that beauty for her birthday this year.
They are very warm. I was actually getting hot in these when it was 20 outside. Of course I was sitting in my recliner, inside, but I'm not sure if that's relevant. Seriously though, they insulate very well.
The fit is pretty good. I'm 6 feet tall, and in the neighborhood of 200 pounds (it's a big neighborhood). The XL fits me quite nicely. I could use just a touch more room in the shoulders, but I have particularly broad shoulders, so this may not be a common issue. But even with that, it is still comfortable.
The crotch does ride a little low. This gives a little extra room for squatting down, bending over, etc. And if you are one of those guys who wears the waist of his pants below the buttocks, you'll be able to do so in these and not have to abandon that wearing-a-loaded-diaper feel.
There is plenty of expansion room in the torso area. So if you are already a gentleman of respectable girth, they should still fit fine.
When I bought these, the picture they used was of a guy who looked like he was wearing his little brother’s coveralls. Don’t worry. The legs on these are plenty long.
With my coveralls the knee on the right leg is the first thing to become threadbare. These have an extra layer of fabric on the knees (much like bunker-gear pants — only not leather). I find this to be a nice feature.
The collar has snaps around it that look like they are for attaching a hood. There is also a loop of fabric on the outside of the collar for hanging them on a hook.
The fabric is a bit stiff. I'm assuming it will relax with use.
Perhaps the biggest advantage to these is you can ask others to feel the fabric, and follow up with “Did you feel the Berne?”. I've used this several times already, and it is just as fresh and funny each time.
"Imported"=Place of manufacture=Bangladesh
Features worthy of note (and also to note, this review is for the Berne DELUXE style-Berne also has a Standard Style that does not have near as many features-most notable the Standards only have boot top leg zips- and are only $12.00 MSR less). The folks that designed these obviously have used and worked in insulated coveralls and listen to feedback. 1) Double knee 2)Nylon reinforced leg hem to reduce the usual and inevitable first wear out at the bottom of the legs 3)Double snaps in the hem to make the leg fit your boot better. 4)LOTS of pockets, inside and out, and tool loops. Pliers/side cutter pockets, hammer loop, pencil, cell phone pockets to name a few-inside pockets with zips and velcro. Chest pockets are zippered 5)Knitted wrist cuffs hidden up inside the sleeves 6) rear pockets double reinforced 6) snaps in place under the collar for an optional (available separately) snap on drawstring hood 7) Leg and front zips have storm flaps with snaps 8) back is pleated to allow better movement 8) elbows are pleated to allow easier arm movement 9) Leg zippers go to mid thigh then are tacked for about 4" then another zipper so you can get to your inside pants pockets. (I am NOT a fan of just boot top zippers in insulated coveralls which is all the Key Youth Polar Kings and the Berne Standards had to offer).
These are for being out in the cold and wind and working while doing so. These were purchased for wrangling cows, horses, chickens, dogs and cleaning up after the same whether it is light or dark. Still comfortable when just standing around admiring the place, your handiwork and all the critters though. Even brand new the outer fabric is not too stiff or harsh. The combination of the outer shell features and the inner fill and lining seem to be engineered better than any insulated coveralls I have yet encountered. Warm and protected without feeling like a 50's kid bundled up and immovable and looking like the Michelin man.
When my insulateds are due for replacement, the Berne Deluxe will be my first choice.
I am 5' 8" an weigh 168 pounds stripped. I normally wear a size 40 coat, but ordered a size large-short to compensate for the fact that I would wear a thermal top and a sweatshirt under the coverall.
The coverall fit pretty good--just a little loose around the stomach and a little long in the legs. This was OK, and it did the job, however I decided to try something. I ran the garment thru a wash machine with warm water, and dried it in my dryer at the hot setting. Now the coverall fits perfectly, albeit, I'm not a fan of loose fitting clothes.