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Who needs the resort when your backyard can be your free playground?

Why deal with roped-off terrain and slow signs when you and the FlyLow Gear Men's Baker Bib Pant could have untracked snow all to yourselves? If you're smart, you'll get your avy certification, grab a trusted partner, and venture out into the backcountry wearing this waterproof breathable powder-diving pant.
  • Waterproof fabric and fully taped seams sail through buttery or fluffy snow without fear of the wet
  • Drop seat capability means you can leave the foxes an unpleasant present
  • Inner and outer thigh vents with YKK waterproof zips allow you to ditch excess heat while providing cross-flow ventilation
  • Cordura reinforcements on the knees and cuffs with softshell back for added durability and comfort
  • Single panel articulated knee-box construction gives you unrestricted mobility when you tour, hike, or rappel
  • An expandable waist comes in handy when you wolf down a hefty meal the night before
  • A plethora of pockets offer you plenty of space to stash your small essentials

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4 5

Great bibs with a funky fit...

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have the orange ones (older) and maroon ones (newer). I am 5'7" and the newer ones seems VERY baggy in a medium. My wife says I look like a knucklehead in the maroon ones. From a functional point of view, they are pretty awesome:
1) I never get wet. Like, never
2) as with all flylow stuff I have (and I have a lot), these are bomber. The reinforced knees and cuffs are critical and these pairs are the only non-duct taped pants I have.
3) the pockets are good, but I really would prefer a thigh cargo or small zipper over the rear pockets, which I don't use much. The kangaroo pocket is great and super roomy.
4) the vents are awesome, and these are great for hiking and skiing. Again, this is a strong spot for all of my flylow stuff.

Do these bibs make as much noise as some...

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Do these bibs make as much noise as some of the Gore-tex pro bibs out there? I had a pair of Patagonia Powslayers and i couldn't handle the crunchy noise they made when I was hiking in them!
I'm wondering if the FlyLow material is little quieter?

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These pants are quite. Much more like a softshell fabric. Not as waterproof as gore but way tougher. I've used these pants 100+ days a year for 3 years now and still rocking them.

5 5

Deserves the hype

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

When I first got these bibs I was a little worried about them being too thick of a shell. After wearing 20+ days I am amazed and will never own another bib. I am 5'7" 150lbs and wear the size medium. What is not to like about these bibs? FlyLow's durability is legendary and this pant is no exception. My favorite features on the pant are the great venting and how the fit is articulated in all the right places while still roomy.
I will buy again.

5 5

No Messing Around.

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

These bibs are fantastic. They're the first pair of bibs I've owned and I couldn't be happier.

These are some serious pants though. No messing around with these puppies. The knee boxes and cuffs are burly as heck, the pockets are all well placed and work nicely. They even keep the snow out of your underwear when you tomahawk... I know from experience.

My favorite thing about these bibs is the massive side zips. There's no mesh, so they air out the whole leg like vents are supposed to do. This is great for the skin trip up or the sweaty lift ride. I'm a skinny 6'1'' and a large is great. The fit is nice and loose though, which I really like. Waterproofing is amazing considering what I put them through. Top notch.

If you're a serious skier looking for some serious bibs, I highly recommend these. Can't go wrong with FlyLow.

5 5

Love this bib

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have used these bibs in all types of conditions from bluebird to powder to stormy days. I needed to replace a very old pair of Mountain Hardwear pants and decided to go with the Baker Bib. I was hesitant at first to move away from DryQ but I have found the FlyLow gear to be just as waterproof. From hiking Knife Ridge at Wolf Creek during a 18" storm or skiing the Cirque after a 13" storm these bibs have been great.

Where I have been super impressed is with the FlyLow cordura reinforcements which I think are the bomb. I have cut pants in the past tree skiing or tomahawking and had ski edges catch just right to cut. These bibs have held up great.

I am 5'10' and 155. I tried the Small but I found them to be too short so I got the Medium. They have a baggier fit than other bibs but not so baggy that you look like a park rat.

5 5

Bomber bibs!

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

Had these for a season and they were amazing. Im a firm believer in bibs and these are super tough. I've now got a pair of Trewth bibs but to be honest I would be happy with either. They are every bit as good as my current ones. The medium fit was really good for me at 6ft and 72kgs and I liked how you could tighten them up around the waist so they didnt feel overly baggy. The fabric on these is a fair bit thicker than the Trewth so if you prefer something that feels a bit more tough and hard wearing these might be the ticket.

Bomber bibs!

do these pants have RECCO?

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do these pants have RECCO?

5 5

Great for ladies too!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I picked up a pair of these this season because the price was right and am I absolutely in love. Unlike other men's bibs I've tried on that have felt really narrow and ridden up these fit great through the hips and the legs are relaxed without feeling overly baggy. The softshell back panel is awesome for hiking with a pack and definitely made hiking in bibs much more bearable. Since these are just a shell you'll want to amp up your layers if you are used to insulated pants. By far the best feature for female wearers is the super long side zips - not having to completely de-layer to hit the bathrooms has really improved my quality of life.

5 5

Great bibs

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

The fit of these bibs are great I'm 6 ft 190 went with a large. Roomy yet not to baggy. The fact that they have no insulation is a bonus for warmer weather riding. I'm done with pants no more snow down my ass after a wipe out!

5 5

quality

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

these are the best bibs on the market and they are 200 to 300$ less than the competing brands. never never never pay more than you have to.

super water proof nice and beefy and keeps the snow out of my crack. awesome bibs

5 5

My favorite all around shred pant!

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

I love these pants so much, I believe everyone should have a pair to use for all occasions. They are perfect for the cold wet days on the east and for the bottomless pow days in Utah. Made super durable so they will last day in and day out of hard use. I used mine for 107 days last season and they still look new! The cross vents are perfect for those days you want to earn your turns or even for those warm spring days. They are worth every penny!

Bibs all spring

Bibs all spring

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splitboarding pine needles. For size I'm 6'2" 185lbs and wear a large,

5 5

What's in a name

My last name is Baker. Can I get a discount?

5 5

Loving it!

I ski 65-70 days a year, mostly east coast resorts, with a week out west, some backcountry, and an annual trip to Tuckerman's each year. This is the first pair of bibs I've owned and they're taking a little getting used to, but the Flylow Baker bib is comfortable, roomy enough (without being park rat baggy like another reviewer pointed out), vent well, and so far are completely bombproof. When they say no insulation, they mean NO insulation, so they can be chilly with only a light baselayer on, even on a moderate (high-teens, low-20s) day. I point that out because I'm 5'11, 175# and went with a medium, which works well through the chest and thighs, but doesn't allow for much layering. I love the big zips on the outer thigh, particularly because they can go all the way through (no mesh), and the cordura reinforcements.

5 5

Great Bibs!

Baker Bibs are the perfect blend of performance and style. They are roomy without being ghetto baggy. I dig the chinchilla color and it goes well with everything. These are great for big powder days and vent extremely well for spring conditions. Also, a great value compared with other brands. I'm 5'9" 180 and the M fits perfect.

4 5

Not big enough for big boys

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

6' 2", 250 lbs, 36 w, 34 inseam, 47
XXL

I've read reviews about the "baggy" fit of Flylow pants/bibs. Maybe for skinny young guys, but for a MW Farm Boy this isn't the case.
I really like the quality and construction, but too small. Had the suspenders maxed out and too tight in the stomach for my liking. I thought the suspenders could have been more substantial as well.

I have some Marker ski pants in XL that fit way better, but I wanted a bib. I'll keeping looking.

TC

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I agree I bought these in XL.......I am 6'2"and 195, 36.5 inch waist and found them way too snug and not what I wanted as I was looking for that Free ride fit as they advertised and not the mountaineering slimmer fit.......and now what sucks I bought them on Paypal from a store in Whistler and after 30 days they will not take them back......and I have dealt with their store in Toronto for years...not cool

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And I was really psyched on getting these from what I read and researched...and from what I heard from others 'bout FlyLow.....nuff said!

5 5

just received mine

  • Gender: Male

Just received my pair. I must say its perfect. I'm 5'10", 190 lbs, 34" waist and large fits perfectly. Very high quality. Only problem, it is not insulated and since I ski on Canada east coast, it might get chilly. But I already knew before ordering and its easily solved with long underwear.

5 5

Amazing Bib

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have buy those last season as a backcountry powder bib. And I fall in love with them.
Nice design, ok weight, and nice look.

First, let me say I have try many bib. I have destroy many of them skiing in the East side trees. But the Baker bib survive... Yes... The reinforcement in the knees and in the cuff is a good way to do so.

It's a great fabric: it's strech (for real, not just in the description) so you can take nice "T�l�" stand, and completely waterproof. No snow and no wet underwear at all, even after 7 day of powder, living in a shack in the middle of the ChicChoc mountain. It's not as breathable as some Gore-tex Active shell, but it's more them most of the ski pants. And the monster vent on both side of the pants let you adjust your core temperature for skinning by yourself.

So it's a great design and a great fabric for a great price. They let me have the peace of mind when I ski: I can think about my line, not what i'm wearing.

How baggy are the Baker bibs? I have a 36"...

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How baggy are the Baker bibs? I have a 36" waist and a 30" inseam so I would prefer to go with a large (34-36") vs the XL (36-38") for the shorter inseam but I'm worried about pushing the waist on the large.

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You will be fine in the LG. They maybe 1" too long but that is an easy fix at a seamstress, or you just roll a little long.

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