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Slice through the powder in the Scimitar Bib.

From steep and deep laps at the resort to all-day tours in the backcountry, the Arc’teryx Women’s Scimitar Bib is built for shredding the fluffy white stuff. Three-layer Gore-Tex Pro Shell fabric keeps moisture outside where it belongs, and the forward-leaning articulation, integrated drop seat, and gusseted crotch provide full range of motion. Arc’teryx added a hidden RECCO reflector for in-bounds safety and ¾-length side zips to dump heat on the skin track. Keprotec instep patches protect the pant from sharp ski edges or crampon points.

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Do these bibs have a drop seat?

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Do these bibs have a drop seat?

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According to Arcteryx's website, yes.

Oh Canada!

Oh Canada!

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This particular item is made in Canada.

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I like it!

Have worn these three times now front country and twice backcountry and am very pleased. Windproof, waterproof, comfortable. My first bib, after wearing pants and getting cold or snow in on the waist, these solved that problem. The bib pockets are so tiny as to be almost useless (you could put a dollar bill or a credit card there, but thats about it), but the leg pockets are fine.

Before I go getting killer $400 and some...

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Before I go getting killer $400 and some change pants, I've got to know how they fit? I typically wear a small in tops, and all my Arc'teryx fleeces and shirts are mediums, so I'm wondering if a smaller cut is something that is common throughout the line. I don't have any of their pants... I've got a small (26 in) waist, but am definitely packing in the butt and thigh region (I don't know if that's attributed to tele skiing or cupcakes)...so, I'm a little nervous. Any suggestions?

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You can find the Arc'teryx size charch here: http://www.arcteryx.com/sizing-chart.aspx?EN/women-s-athletic-fit-sizing-chart