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When you're planning on going deep, break out the bib.

Think a bib pant is just for the kids? The Men's Freeride Bib Pant with its waterproof breathable fabric and laid-back, relaxed fit will change your mind. Durable Dry.Q fabric fends off the gnarly bushwhack to your backcountry powder cache, thigh vents cool you down after a hot bootpack to the ridge, and the fully adjustable bib straps give this pant a fit that's so comfortable you'll ponder how you lived through a winter wearing anything else. We ditched our belt loops for suspenders long ago and never looked back—join the fun.

  • Relaxed fit leaves plenty of room underneath for insulating and base layer clothing
  • Dry.Q fabric is waterproof and breathable so you stay dry in wet storms and comfortable on long, hot hikes
  • Bib design has a 1/4-zip entry for easy on and off, the suspenders are fully adjustable to dial in the fit, and an array of pockets means lots
  • of storage
  • Zippered thigh vents allow for plenty of ventilation so you can release excess heat and cool down
  • Internal powder cuffs keep snow from creeping up the legs and into your boots
  • Fleece-lined handwarmer pockets give you a place to thaw out frozen digits

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4 5

Good overall bib

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This bib has great coverage, keeps out the snow, and keeps me dry. I would prefer a boot hook on the gater, but the length of the pant seems to render it mostly unnecessary. Lots of pocket options. I wish their were more vents besides the inner thigh ones. The upper body runs a bit small/tight, but works with my build, and I actually appreciate the snugness to keep snow out. The trade off here is that my upper body stays slightly warmer than I am used to in a bib. The legs are extremely baggy (a little excessive, but I am sure some will appreciate the style more) and will rub together for just walking around in boots (friction pad on the inner calves will help with wear), but with snowshoes and skis, they do not rub. I am 5' 10" and 165 lbs, and wear a medium. Take note, these pants are not insulated (which I prefer they not be) so it is not ideal for arctic temps.

5 5

Waterproof and Comfortable

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

Ive used these Bibs a handful of times and don't have a single complaint. They are really comfortable to tour and hike in, there isn't any uncomfortable rubbing. They stay dry no matter what. Really good looking pant, I'm 5'9 165 and got the larges, they fit pretty baggy..

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how's the length on these.....I know the...

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how's the length on these.....I know the specs say 32" but was hoping they run a little long. - 6-2 with 34"-35" inseam. length is usually a problem for me in pants.

5 5

Awesome bibs

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Got these and I'm 5'7" 145 lbs and the mediums fit perfect. They snap into my Arc'teryx jacket really easily and keep all the snow out. Highly recommend these bibs!

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How waterproof is this pant? DryQ core doesn't seem to have a waterproof/breathability rating...

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I'd wear these in any conditions - they hold up pretty well