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    The more snow the better.

    FlyLow Gear designed the Men's Baker Bib Pant for the powder hounds. Equipped with a waterproof breathable membrane, the fully taped Baker provides a dry ride from sunrise to sunset. A bib up top and ankle gaiters down low extend your coverage for extra protection. Four zippered vents (inner and outer thighs) offer plenty of airflow to keep you comfy when you're going hard.

    The Baker Bib also features YKK waterproof zippers for extra protection that most ski pants don't have. There are six pockets for all your essentials, and Cordura reinforcements keep this pant strong for next season. Articulated knees complete the package.

    • Waterproof breathable membrane
    • Fully taped seams
    • Bib with adjustable suspenders
    • Dual-zippered ventilation at thighs
    • Powder gaiters
    • Articulated knees
    • YKK waterproof zippers
    • Adjustable waist
    • Cordura reinforcements
    • Item #FLG000F

    Tech Specs

    Material
    Intuitive Fabric (3-layer), nylon dobby, [reinforcements] Cordura (1000D)
    Waterproof Rating
    20,000 mm
    Breathability Rating
    20,000 mm
    Seams
    fully taped
    Fit
    articulated knees
    Pockets
    6
    Venting
    inner thigh, outer thigh
    Waist
    adjustable
    Bib
    yes, adjustable suspenders
    Gaiters
    yes
    Claimed Weight
    2 lb 1.4 oz
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    • Reviews
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    What do you think about this product?

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    Flylow does it again!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    While many may not have heard of Flylow, those who do know what to expect from the team. The Baker bib pants are among the most comfortable and reliable ski pants I've owned.

    From powder days to spring slush, I never found myself overheating or freezing for a given condition (so long as i layered correct). With both inner and outer thy vents, you can be sure you wont have any issue dumping excess heat when skinning up to find the goods.

    The freedom of movement bibs offer paired with the freeride oriented construction Flylow put into their bibs, these are among the best choices for any freerider (skier or boarder) looking to upgrade their shred pants.

    The only cons I noticed would be some extra warmth in the mid section depending on how you've layered for the day and a little bit of soak through when encountering heavy, wet snow. For the latter, the bibs had recently been re-water proofed and dried off extremely quick with only a small amount of soaking on the outerlayer.

    Overall good bibs - dry & warm!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: Large

    Good bib for all snow activities, on- and off-resort. They have held up well and have been warm and dry in varying conditions, from extremely cold with driving snow/ice in CO to warm, rainy, and slushy conditions in VT. The bib upper holds a lot of heat, so on warmer days, you might consider wearing less underneath it, lest you risk some moisture build-up in your midsection - especially when skiing/riding with a pack with a waist strap. The little phone pocket on the bib upper is pretty clutch.



    Overall fit is pretty loose, which is good if you layer or like a generally baggier fit. Seam length is good (size large, 6'1", 32/34 pants size). The side zips open pretty low toward the knee, and can be opened up for venting when skinning (top secures with velcro).

    Overall good bibs - dry & warm!

    I stay dry, but my belly is warm!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    I love almost everything about these pants! I use them touring and all the zippers are fantastic to get heat out. My biggest complaint is how warm my belly gets and no real way to ventalate it. I also kindof wish some of the zippers had a mesh in the legs or the sides so I could keep them open and not worry about soaking the inside of my boot.

    Worst ski pant ever!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I bought these pants based on all the good reviews. Well apparently the people who reviewed this pant never ski when it's snowing. I ski 150+ days a year and have never had worse pants. These pants are about as waterproof as a pair of jeans. Seriously, any snow and after 2 chair rides they are wet all the way through. 20,000k waterproof rating has to be a lie. I've owned many ski pants with less waterproof rating that were far superior. You can spend half as much and get twice the product. If there were a negative star rating I'd give them that. I live in Utah where snow is dry, for anywhere with wet snow these would be beyond worthless. Scotch guard and jeans out preform these piles of junk.

    What you expect from FLY LOW

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: large

    Im 6 ft and about 180lbs athletically built. The large are a perfect fit. Not overly baggy, not too snug. i haven't skied in real stormy weather yet, but i trust they'll keep me dry. the reinforced knees and suspenders are really top notch.

    Great Bib for me

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: XL

    These bibs run a little small... for me. I like "loose" and "bigger" pants and jackets for skiing. That's just my personal preference. I wear a Large jacket, although I fit in a M. I wear XL pants, although I fit in a large. Got it?

    So, I originally bought the L bibs. They just felt too restrictive in the length, not in the width. So yes, I am swimming in the XL's, but the length is so much better for me. I can have the bib properly adjusted on my chest, the knee Cordura reinforcements are in their proper place, and I don't get a wedgie every time I sit on the lift.

    My style of skiing is more in the realm of the entire mountain is my park, so I don't like feeling restricted in movement. That is why I chose the XL's. If I wanted them to "fit properly", the L. Hope this helps with sizing questions.

    The pants are just a shell. On cold days, I use some basketball shorts on top of my baselayer. When touring, I just use a base layer. These things are sick for hiking. Can dump heat in seconds, but the bibs also help to keep a nice even climate throughout your entire body. This is the main reason I wanted to try a bib.

    I am officially a bib guy.

    Overall: Good pair of bibs.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: medium then large

    First off, I'm 5'11'', 32'' waist, 165 lbs and had to return the mediums because the inseam was way too small. The large length is great, but they are a bit baggy... This has its plusses and minuses, however, I would have liked a bit more of a snug fit. I used them on some cold snowboarding days in CO, MT, and WYO this year and just them and long underwear wasn't enough to keep my legs warm:/ No big deal tho, there is plenty of room for more layers. Overall, I like the bibs and will continue to use them until I wreck them.

    Awesome construction- bit too small

      First- not a fatty! 5-11 170 lbs. the big was great in length, but, a hair small in the waist. The info says up to 34" waist- I wear a 32"-33" waist and these were snug. Second- the material is awesome, legs are a little baggy but give enough room to move. Great product returned to get the large.

      Solid pair of bibs at a great price!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: large

      I have about 10 days with these bibs one of which was a 4 foot powder day! The construction of these is well thought out and seems bomber but time will tell on that!

      I will say I stayed completely dry on that 4 foot powder day thanks to these puppies! My left leg got wet but only because I accidentally left the pocket open so definitely a bad on my part.

      The inner and outer thigh zips are life savers for me because I tend to overheat on tours!

      I will say these bibs are much colder then my Trew Eagle pants, probably do to just a thinner material, but this is nothing that a little thicker base layer can't fix!

      Love these pants and hope they last!

      P.S. I got a size large even though I have a size 33 waist and I could almost be happy with a little more room. Just keep that in mind for sizing!

      Pretty good

        I like these a lot. Great color--army green. Great pockets. Great cut. Love the heavy duty knees and cuff. I bought a large and I'm 6 ft 190. However, These will wet through. Even brand new. I was in burly 30mph+ heavy wet snow for about 3-4 hrs and they were just beginning to wet through. I'm not sure if anything would have stood up to that(my jacket didn't either) but I mention it because every ad says these were made for Mt. baker or NW type conditions but they're not quite up to it. But I do like them and in anything but the worst wet conditions they are fantastic. Comfy straps. Light. Wind proof. Really good.

        Flylow Love

        • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
        • Fit: True to size

        So this is the second pair of Flylow pants and I'm shocked they are this much better than the first pair. These are burly shells that handle being knee deep really well. The fit is perfect, not overly baggy but generous enough to allow for all the required movements. They weather proofing is great as well.

        They are more of an army green than a tan though.

        All around great bib, can't wait to put them through the ringer the remainder of the season.

        Best bibs on the market!

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: XL

        Never get cold, wet or ever feel restricted. I didn't really think I would ever try bibs, but a few friends had them last year and fell in love. I now see why they spoke so highly of them. They are a relaxed fit but not too baggy, so perfect for the slopes as well as hitting the bar afterwards. No drag is always nice! Highly recommend

        Bomber bibs

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: Large

        I skied 1 pair of the Baker bibs for 2 full season and then some. They are hands down the most durable pant I have ever owned. After 200+ days there is hardly any tearing or cuts in on the inside cuff where most ski pants are swiss cheese within the first 50 days. I am hard on my gear and these can take anything I throw at them. These pants drive nails, do your self a favor and get a pant you'll never need to replace

        Best bibs out there

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: large

        Each year these bibs get better and better. I became a bib man after my first deep day with the Baker Bib. They fit great with even looseness to not melvin you when you're bending over, sitting apres, skiing hard, hiking or skinning for that next run. Each year these pants get better and better with design and fabric. These can take an absolute beating. The buckle shoulder straps and hip to knee side zips make these easy to get in and out of, especially when you need to post up in the porcelain office for a lap or two. And they do their job when it comes to venting off the heat during the hike.

        The reinforced knees and cuffs are great and take a mega beating like a champ. Honestly you can't go wrong with this bib.

        Durable and Comfortable

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: Medium

        I used these all last season, both on the hill and in the backcountry. It is hard to find a pant that doesn't get torn up by my edges or rocks and trees, but these pants really held up. The material on the knees and inside ankles provided protection while still providing enough movement. The vents on the inside and outside of the leg make cooling down super easy. They aren't too baggy or too skinny making them easy to move around in. I highly recommend these pants to anyone who wants something that won't get destroyed and that you can wear anywhere.

        Great Bibs

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: large

        I have the Large bibs and they are definitely a little baggier. I like them a bit big for more of a free ride fit. These bibs have never let me down. Always keep me warm and dry. Even long days on the snowmobile, touring in the backcountry, or skiing in bounds I have never had any problems. I'd highly recommend these bibs!

        great pants, watch for size

        • Size Bought: xl

        these fit properly, however they run small. i was able to fit in the with no base layer, t-shirt, sweet shirt, etc......had just an inch or so "wiggle" room. returned them for a larger size inorder to be more comfortable

        Returned

        • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
        • Fit: Runs large
        • Size Bought: large

        Got these in the mail today and unfortunately had to return them. I ordered a large and felt like I was swimming in them. But the main reason for the return was a broken clip on the shoulder strap. Thanks to back country I was able to return them with free shipping and should be getting the new ones soon in a medium. Also the color (stone) seems much different in person compared to the picture online. They are more of an army green.

        Returned

        Best. Bibs. Ever.

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
        • Fit: True to size

        I've put over a hundred days on these bibs (both resort and backcountry) and they still haven't ripped or frayed at all. They are super water proof and really warm. They are awesome for pow days because you don't get any snow down your back and stay super dry. They are also great if your boot packing through deep snow or building a jump because you stay dry. I think one of the best things about these bibs is the beacon pocket. The beacon stays really secured in the pocket. It has two safeties on the pocket, so your beacon isn't going to get damaged or lost. That is a great quality because I ski at Bridger Bowl where you need to have a beacon on you every day. It's nice because I just keep it in there and never have to check to see if I have my beacon. I am really happy with these bibs.

        Of course another sizing question. 6'3" 190 lbs. Typically wear a 34x34 pant. This will be my first bib and will be used primarily for splitboard touring.

        Best Answer

        Hey Joel,

        I'm about the same build. 6'2" 180(ish). These bibs are bomber, I wear the large. Plenty of room for my knee brace and hip pads. But they are bad ass for splitboarding! the vents are huge and the pockets great for your beacon (hip) and skins or snacks (chest).

        I'm 5'8 and 145, would a small or a medium be the better fit, I don't like them super baggy or super slim, any suggestions?
        Thanks

        6'4", 36" waist and a 34" inseam. Should I with an XL or 2XL? Thanks ahead.



        EDIT - Thanks hmrmicah. Ended up ordering both sizes to try out. XXL's were way too big except in the length. Makes sense. XL's fit great. Could be a tad longer but as mentioned, they work just fine with ski boots. I'm keeping the XLs.

        Just curious about sizing on these... I'm 6ft 2-3ish, but skinny, only 180 lbs, 32" waist. Should I go medium or large? Don't want to be swimming around the middle, worried that the medium will be too short in the leg though...

        Hey Tyler,



        I would recommend you go with a Medium in the Baker Bib Pants. These are a pretty relaxed fit but you would be swimming in the Large. The inseam might be an issue in the Medium but I am 6'1" and Flylow Medium Pants fit me fine length-wise with ski boots on. Feel free to shoot me any additional questions directly about Flylow or other ski pants.



        Kyle

        Expert Gearhead

        klivingston@backcountry.com

        801-736-4337

        Does snow stick much to these bibs? My last pair of bibs were Mountain Hardware. They held up very well but snow stuck to them really bad and by the end of a day in powder they would eventually get wet. And I always looked like a snow man because the snow stuck to them that bad.

        Hey Randy,



        The Baker Bib Pants will keep the snow off with the Intuitive (3-layer) Fabric. The outer material will lose its ability to bead off snow and water over time, but you can always retreat it with something like Nikwax Tech Wash and TX Direct Wash-In Duo-Pack (Item # NIK0069). Feel free to shoot me any additional questions directly about Flylow or other ski pants.



        Kyle

        Expert Gearhead

        klivingston@backcountry.com

        801-736-4337

        I am 5' 5' and weigh 125 lbs. Would a small fit well, or be to baggy and boxy.