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FlyLow Gear Baker Bib Pant - Men's

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    Inches? Better measure in feet.

    For those of us lucky enough to live near ranges where a powder day isn't legit unless it's knee-to-waist deep, the FlyLow Men's Baker Bib Pant offers the highest level of protection from the snowiest places on earth. 3-layer Intuitive membrane construction and fully sealed seams equate to total dryness in every imaginable environment, no matter if you're charging through Wasatch blower or making deep turns in thick Sierra snow. The robust nylon face is reinforced along the cuffs with 1000-denier Cordura, ensuring the pant lasts for many seasons to come without prematurely fraying or tearing.

    The pant's adjustable bibs keep waist-deep snow from billowing inside with every satisfying trip to the white room. Inner and outer thigh vents improve ventilation when you're skinning in the backcountry or resort lapping on warm spring days. There's a beacon attachment system, which is essential for earning your turns long after the resort becomes tracked out. Other key features include a kangaroo chest pouch for quick-access, as well as a variety of zippered pockets for secure storage of snacks, gadgets, and resort passes.

    • Robust bib pant for the snowiest environments on earth
    • 3-layer Intuition membrane keeps you pleasantly dry in powder
    • Dedicated bibs prevent deep snow from billowing inside
    • Fully taped seams provide a water-tight seal
    • Durable nylon face with Cordura cuff reinforcements
    • Inner and outer thigh vents increase ventilation
    • Beacon pocket is essential for backcountry skiing
    • Kangaroo chest pouch offers easy-access to goods
    • Item #FLG005J

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [membrane] 3-layer Intuitive, [face fabric] nylon, high performance DWR, [cuff reinforcements] 1000D Cordura nylon
    Waterproof Rating
    20,000 mm
    Breathability Rating
    20,000 g/m²
    Seams
    fully sealed
    Fit
    articulated knees
    Pockets
    1 kangaroo at chest, 1 zippered chest, 2 zippered hand, 1 zippered thigh, 1 beacon attachment system
    Venting
    inner and outer thigh zips
    Waist
    belt loops
    Bib
    yes, adjustable, with buckle
    Gaiters
    yes
    Claimed Weight
    2 lb 2 oz
    Recommended Use
    skiing, backcountry touring
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Quality issues

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

    Ive had these pants for about two seasons of 80 plus days and they have not held up at all. Last season they stopped being waterproof about 30 days in. Any sort of snow, even relatively dry snow would stick to the fabric, melt and be soaked into my base layers. Flylow advertised these as waterproof and durable and neither ended up being true. Apart from the waterproofing issues I ran into some major quality problems with the zippers. The rubber on zippers would constantly freeze and would render the zipper useless. If they were working, chances are that they would get caught on the seemingly cheep material that lined the pockets and get stuck. After the first season, most of the zippers I used had broken completely.

    pretty disappointed about these pants considering the price.

    Killer Bibs

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

    So this was my first introduction to bibs and FlyLow gear. I have to say I was very impressed. I spent 5 days in deep powder heli skiing in B.C. Never having worn bibs, I was beyond thankful I had them. In waist deep powder it was absolutely necessary to have these. The straps felt great (even with my backpack), I loved the inner avalanche beacon holder, and extra chest pockets, I was plenty warm and dry with just a pair of Ibex Wollie 2 quarter thermals under them (even in negative -26F). Overall, these bibs were killer. The pockets were perfectly placed and I was easily able to use them even with gloves on. I found the fit to be great, but can echo what some have said regarding what occurs in the torso. I loved that the pants weren't too baggy, and that the length was perfect. I do have a bit of a gut, and a large upper torso, which was slightly snug but didn't bother me once I was skiing. I ordered the XL and ultimately stayed with the L, because the XL was just too wide in my waist. Even tho the large felt a bit snug on my gut only when I was sitting, I never noticed it when I was skiing, and in fact I liked that it was fairly close fitting. There was only two small let downs. One, was the durability of the ankle guards. I had heard FlyLow gear was built super tough and gnarlier than anything out there, and after seeing and feeling the material I too was convinced that it would. Unfortunately though, the ankle cuffs were quickly shredded by the ski edges. I haven't contacted the company yet, and I'm sure they would stand by it, and I guess it's probably to be expected with sharp edges, but still, I was a bit disappointed. Luckily it did not appear to tear any further. The second falter was the stitching inside the main right thigh pocket. While skiing it totally started coming apart and getting stuck in the zipper. I'm sure it's an easy fix, but it was a bit inconvenient while in the backcountry. Other than that, I would say this thing is bomber. The material felt great, cut was fantastic, and despite my skiis shredding the ankle guards, the rest of the material could stand up to multiple tree runs, and deep powder all day long. I did a lot of research on the Polartec Neo Shell and I own GoreTex Pro items, and I have to say I like the Polartec Neo a lot more. It's more flexible and breathable, and I stayed very dry and comfortable the entire time. I would absolutely recommend these bibs to anyone. I've read a lot about FlyLow, and so far was impressed......SO Much so, that I actually just ordered their LAB Jacket tonight to go with these Bibs. Keep rippin the pow!

    Killer Bibs

    Pants Run Large!

    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: large

    Love these pants but they definitely run large! I am 6'4" and 180 pounds but I swim in the large! Really need a medium tall but no sign of that size. Hate to return them but just can't make them fit.

    Cut is different in Barleywine color

    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium

    I absolutely love these bibs. They are unbelievably tough, without being too heavy. The pockets are in the perfect spots, and the zip vents are a really nice feature. I own the Barleywine version of the bib and I have a friend that owns the Military version of the bib. The only thing that has bugged me about the Barleywine version is that the sizing on the thigh part of the pant is significantly different compared to the Black/Military colors. The thigh is much more trimmed to fit compared to the other colors.

    Sizing is Way Off! Both Baker & Compound

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

    There is no way this is true to size. I wear large pant. I am 5'11" 180 lbs. The large swallowed me. Not even close to a fit suspenders at all the way and still to big too baggy. Flylow needs to correct this. Then tried medium still too baggy and length now a bit to short. No wonder you see their products in so few retail outlets.

    Decent but could be improved at bit

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

    I decided to make the change from ski pants to bibs this year because when I’m out spending long days on my snow machine and touring, snow gets down my pants and leaves me super cold. The bibs have definitely prevented that from happening this year, so I’m glad I made the switch. I found the durability and waterproofness to be as Flylow stated in the description. I love the pouch for my beacon. It really simplifies packing and ensures that you’ll never forget it. It also relieves the burden of having to take your beacon on and off. I love the fact that there are crotch and side vents, but I wish Flylow would put mesh in the vents to keep snow from coming in

    Warm and comfortable

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    Husband has gotten much more into powder and backcountry skiing these days, and says, "I love these bibs. So warm and so comfortable with vents and pockets in the right places. I took a couple spills while wearing these on a powder day and they performed magnificently, keeping out the snow and keeping me looking stylish as I slid down the hill head first. Highly recommended."

    Dry and Happy!

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

    First off let me say that I really enjoy FlyLow as a company and so far their products have not disappointed. Living in Utah, we have had an awesome winter so far and I was tired of getting snow in my pants on powder days. I have worn these in waist deep powder and during storm days and have been dry and comfortable throughout. They also have an awesome pocket system on the bib that allows me to carry all the things I need to access very easily. I am 6ft, 185lbs and went with the large. I really enjoy the fit, but feel that the medium would have been much too tight in the waist. If I had one complaint it would be that I get really warm and have been sweating in the stomach area where the bib comes up. I think this is inherent of most full coverage bibs in general. I also think I will be able to solve this with a little more creative layering. Over all I would recommend this to anyone looking for full coverage on powder days in both the resort and backcountry.

    Like everything, but the fit

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

    I like everything about these bibs so far, except the fit.
    Not knocking the styling or saying it is wrong, just think marathon runner, not football player when you are sizing them.
    Mine fit great, from the ankle to about the belly button, but I can't hardly get them to zip around my ribs.
    They are adjustable to make smaller or tighten them, but there is no stretch or ability to make them larger at the top. They are pretty much straight from the hips up

    Very Satisfied

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

    These bibs are incredible, they are very comfortable and fit nicely. The chest pockets are a nice touch as they keep your belongings close to the body. The side zippers are a nice touch as they make it easy to throw these on and off. The pant legs are a little more relaxed than a slimmer pant, but aren't too baggy. Overall, this is a solid bib to go with.

    Solid Bibs

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

    I've never gone with FlyLow before and was surprised about how much I like these. Super durable and a very fine quality to these. Plenty of space to store things, and the size fits perfectly.

    Should be renamed "The Super Soakers"

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

    Spent three hours riding in these during a Mammoth wet storm and got completely soaked. Long Johns and all. Froze my butt off. So much for being the bibs built for the patrollers at Baker. I would never take these to Washington. Can't handle California.

    Hi community. I received an email from Mark here as well as finding this review. Here was my email chain from Mark word for word. Please note that we have no idea what year and DWR rating was on the pants referenced in this review, but we do know that he was NOT referencing the Baker Bibs for sale on this page as these are current years and updated all around.



    From Mark:
    "Hi there,

    I purchased the baker bibs last season off of backcountry.com and started to wear them as my go to's this season in mammoth. Well they were my go to's. We had a fairly wet storm (nothing like a true baker storm) and they completely soaked through leaving me drenched by 11am. That's 3 hours of riding and i was completely drenched. And it wasn't from snow getting down them either. I also have the quantum jacket and had the thing totally buttoned down on the powder skirt. The quantum jacket definitely held up, but my legs were freezing cold and wet.

    Would love to either get a return on these or get issued a new pair as maybe the quality has improved.

    Thank you so much!!

    Mark"

    From me:

    "Hey Mark,

    Sorry you are having trouble with your Baker Bibs. I have tested all of our gear in the rain too and have found that we do all need to care for our gear, like our cars and our skis, buy re-applying the DWR (Durable Water Repellant) to gear. These days washing and re-applying with Nikwax is pretty crucial to keeping fabric from taking on water on the face of the fabric (face is the outer most layer) as the DWR wears off from rubbing and use.

    So, sadly, this is not a warranty issue as what keeps the water from coming through the fabric is the membrane and water will not penetrate the membrane (waterproof is easy, zip lock bags are waterproof. It is breathability that make membranes in fabric special). That being said zippers are not waterproof and can be a point of entry on a stormy day. Or, if it is warm enough for it to rain/wet snow it means you were most likely perspiring on the inside.

    We have really investigated this scenario as we have lived in WA and now in CA for a bit. We debated making a pant with no fly or pocket zippers, but that would not sell for us sadly. We have added waterproof zippers to the fly on some of our pants

    I am glad your Quantum Jacket performed to your satisfaction. The fabric is the exactly the same on the Bakers as it is on that jacket. Something to note as well is that typically we all layer more on our upper bodies, insulating us like insulation in the roof of a house. It allows the face fabric of the jacket to stay colder and not take on water as opposed to the thighs of you pants that have a relatively thin layer of insulation (base layer) that makes the fabric of you pants warmer and water can get absorbed faster in to the face fabric. This can make your gear feel clammy and indicate it is warm enough outside that you may be perspiring inside.

    Sorry for going on and on. I live this stuff, care about it and definitely want to be sure you are getting something.

    Now, what can we do for you:

    If you would like to return them you would need to do that through Backcountry.com.
    If you would like some DWR I can send you some Nikwax from our warehouse so you can re-apply some DWR and water will beed up on those bibs like they were new.

    Let me know what you would like to do.

    Regards,
    Dan "

    In the end the squeaky gear get the grease and we sent Mark here free DWR re-treatment but he still felt compelled to post a negative review of a pant he has never actually worn as we did not sell 2017 Baker bibs last spring.

    Amazazing

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

    These bibs are the best. They look great, built like a tank, and look sexy. I am extremely satisfied with these and dont think I will be looking to another brand for a long time.

    Stoked on Em

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Size Bought: XL

    These bibs feel great, are super lightweight, but also feel like they'll provide some warmth for those colder days. Haven't used them yet, but the quality seems very durable. I like my pants and coats a bit on the baggy side so I sized up to an XL and they're perfect. I think the L for someone my size would be perfect if you don't like it baggy!

    Best Bibs you can get

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

    Put through the wringer everywhere from tight East coast trees all the way to Cooke City, MT. They will keep you warm and dry on chair lifts or riding sleds but also feature inner and outer thigh zips for maximum ventilation in the skin track. Best feature in my book is the built in beacon pocket with tether, never worry about showing up to the trailhead without your beacon again.