'Tee-shirt' bib (M037) which is waterproof and looks just like a tee shirt An outer cotton layer, a middle waterproof layer and an inner cotton layer next to skin. Worn under conventional tops, blouses and shirts, it looks just like a tee-shirt, is absorbent, comfortable, waterproof, and discreet. Packs small, so easy to carry a spare. Strong damproof protecting the skin. A modern and dignified approach to the challenges faced by excessive dampness next to the skin. Replaces the need for the continual use throughout the day of a conventional bib, bandana, or neckerchief. Whilst it does not eliminate the need to change the conventional top when very wet, it keeps the skin dry and avoids dampness next to the skin. Made from 100% cotton interlock with a polyurethane waterproof middle layer. Washable at 40 degrees C Distance from neck (chin) to bottom of bib 22cm. Shoulder edge to shoulder 31cm
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