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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

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5 5

Love em

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

Really like these bibs. I am 5'8" 150 and I got the mediums. Tons of pockets. Construction seems really solid. Used these on a pretty wet day and the water beaded up nicely. I also enjoy being able to tighten or loosen the side Velcro on the waist ban depending on what I am layering with. I would agree with the other reviews that the legs are pretty baggy.

5 5

So Good

I have been wearing these bibs for three seasons. They are a great fit, really comfy! I am so hard on everything. These pants have kept me dry, warm, and what ever temps I wanted all over the Wasatch, because of the awesome vents.

5 5

My Fav in the Flylow Lineup

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

This is probably my single favorite Flylow product. I have found them to be my go-to pant throughout the year, even on warm Spring days, due to the excellent ventilation.

I really like the way the bib feature works with a back protector or pack. Wearing a normal pant, if i backseat a lading in pow, I get a deposit of snow right to my butt. Not so with the Baker bib, as it goes higher than the bottom of a pack, and a back protector goes inside the pant.

The reinforced knees are super handy for sled accessed skiing, and other instances where a fragile fabric just won't cut it.

Waterproofness and breathability are great.

Chest pocket is a great place to stash your, um, sandwiches.

I run an XL at 5'11, 170lbs, but I wear pads and tend to over-layer. If I didn't run pads I'd rock a Large.

5 5

Awesomes.

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

I bought last years Baker Bib and it performs great, full length zips mean that you never bake when skinning. Been through freezing rain, powder days, and backcountry weekends with these and never had any problems. Love the cordura patches on the ankle that stop me from tearing pants up when I make a sloppy kick turn or nick it with my crampons.

Only detraction is that I needed XL to accommodate my height, so they're baggier than I would like in the upper thigh area, but if you jack up the straps, you're pretty much good to go.

Responded on

Hey Ben, I'm looking at these but not sure what size. I know you said you got the XL, but how big are you? I'm 6'3 and 185. I would rather have them a little baggie than a little tight so I'm leaning toward XL, but I'm sure L would work. Any input for me? Thanks

Responded on

Hey! I'm 6'2" and 220, I got them because I have big ole legs and was worried about L's not fitting right. I've found XL to be pretty baggy around the waist and legs, but the length is right (which can always be fixed by just hiking up the straps).

Since you weigh 35 lbs less than I do and the straps let you choose your length, I'd recommend the Large.

Great Bib!

Great Bib!

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