Knows no boundaries on the mountain.
An athletic fit pulls the Alpinist close to your legs and thighs for less bulk that doesn't restrict your movement. Water-resistant full-length side zips help you take this pant on and off quickly. The bib's suspenders are adjustable so you get an excellent fit every time. Internal gaiters keep snow out of your boots. A drawcord at the hem tightens across your waist. And anatomic articulated legs help you hike up those powder-capped peaks with unrestricted movement.
- Gore-Tex Pro 3-layer membrane, fully taped seams
- Athletic fit
- Full-length side zips
- Adjustable bib suspenders
- Internal gaiters with gripper elastic
- Cordura scuff guards
- Anatomic articulated legs
- Softshell back and side panels
Share your thoughts
Why A Zipper All Way Under Crotch?
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
These bibs have a lot of potential, but my biggest beef with them is they have a zipper that runs from the chest all the way under the crotch and up the back of the butt. Because it's a fully taped zipper, it feels like you have a narrow flexible plastic ruler running between your legs. Could probably get used to it, but what if you don't?
Otherwise, they are cut perfectly. Not as baggy as the Marmot Flight Pant and more stylish looking. I would give 'em 5 stars if it weren't for that damn zipper!
Oh yeah, I am 6'1" and 205, basically athletic with a little gut (need more days on the mountain). Size L is perfect for me.
Anyone know what the Denier count is on...
Anyone know what the Denier count is on these pants? Marmot says they're 3.9oz/yd2 - I'm Canadian, so yards and ounces are foreign to me. But seriously I did look online for a conversion table, couldn't find anything.
Thanks in advance
From looking at similar products with the 3.9oz/yd2, the Denier count equals 70D, pretty great!