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The protection you need to really get after it.

Get hard-core wearing the no-nonsense Patagonia Women's Super Alpine Bib Pant. The pant's Gore-Tex Pro Shell erects a three-layer barrier against wind, snow, and rain while allowing water vapor that you generate on the hike to the best line to escape. With a durable, lightweight nylon shell on the outside and the tough, abrasion-resistant, and breathable Micro Grid Backer face on the inside, this bib is ready to charge hard.
  • Full-coverage bib features a drop seat so you can duck off into the woods at the side of the trail with minimal fuss
  • High pockets in the bib stay out of the way of harness and pack straps and feature Pressed Pleat pocket construction that adds volume without additional seams
  • Thigh pockets include low-profile, watertight Slim Zips
  • Articulated seat and knees enhance your mobility
  • Watertight, fully separating side zips allow for for easy on-off with boots
  • Ski-boot-friendly lower leg includes external scuff guard, internal gaiter, shock-cord adjustment, and tie-down loops

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5 5

Great bibs!

These bibs are bomb proof! I like the design of how the front zipper goes all the way up and that the straps are Velcro so that they are not sliding loose all the time. I wasn't sure how the butt was going to fit based on the other reviews but the butt area for me was not that poofy and the jacket covers what little extra fabric I have there. The butt area also allows room to maneuver. I'm 5'5" 32" hips and bought the small size. To get them up I unbutton one of the sides. The only thing I would change on them would be to put the side snaps at the top of the zippers a little lower (They are above my lowest rib and a bit behind my torso) so for pees where you want to keep your coat on it's not always easy to re-button, but it could be an operator error issue too and with some more usage it might get easier.

1 5

Worst zippers ever

Review for the gf: The bibs are great. They zippers are GARBAGE. First pair broke after 10 days. The second pair broke in 1 minute. Fit is not the issue. Moving on to something else. $600? What a joke!

4 5

Pretty good...

I have the Alpine Bibs in the deep plum (which I really like) and although I have not yet put them through the ringer,I do have some first impressions after a couple of uses. They do have a somewhat odd fit in that that waist is small (as in I wiggle pulling them up but they're fine once they're up) and as stated by another review the bum area is quite poofy. Not flattering, but clearly allows for full range of movement. I am 5'4" and the length is actually pretty decent, not too long. I have a 30" waist and 38" hips and the medium fit me. If I drop some weight the bum area will look even more odd, but truth be told I'm pretty practical and these are a very high quality bib that should withstand a lot of wear and abuse. I wore them out today with nothing but wool leggings and I was very comfortable - I'm guessing the temps were around 10 degrees or so. If you want flattering, the Patagonia Primo pants are a good option.

5 5

Awesome pant

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I just got these pants for Christmas and I absolutely love them. I had been looking for a womens bib pant for a while now and am stoked on these. Besides the fact that they are very waterproof and super cute, etc, they also have a trapdoor for emergency pees, which is key when you are all bundled up in the backcountry. Just unzip the sides and pull down the bum. Couldnt ask for more! Also has four pockets, two up top and two on the legs for carrying smaller items. Also key. In short, these pants are great .

3 5

Goofy Fit / Beautiful Pant

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

I have owned the arc'teryx Gore bibs for 11 years and love them; however, they are not drop seat. Although the Patagonia Super Alpine Bib is a beautiful pant, they are not true to size and fit rathe goofy. I am 5'4" and 125 with an athletic build. I wear a small in the arc'teryx; however, in the Patagonia, I could not get the small over my hips. The mediums were snug to get over my hips, but once on they were enormous everywhere. A little elastic in the waist area would go a long way rather than unsnapping and unzipping everything every time you put them on. The inseam was extremely long on both the small and the medium. I returned these for the arc'teryx Theta drop seat bib.

4 5

baggy bum...

  • Gender: Female

I loved the colour of these bibs- that's what attracted me to them. And of course, the function too. Full length side zips, bib with chest zips. But there are two flaws with this design. Firstly, the bum is *massive* I feel like a bumble bee! I can only image it was to allow for bending and high steps but I still feel there is more than enough room for free range of movement without the unflattering volume. From the front is looks perfect, until you turn around, arse the size of a house!...Secondly, the adjustable shoulder straps with the velcro don't allow enough adjustment for very small people (I'm 145cm tall).

I also bought the Arc'teryx Theta SV in black. I don't think the colour is as smashing but the fit and shoulder adjustments are better designed.

4 5

One slight flaw

I loved these pants! I was looking for gore-tex pants that would be most versatile for layering options since I do both backcountry and resort snowboarding and that weren't really bright or "girlie" in color. Let me tell ya, that's hard to find, especially since I'm an XS so can't wear men's pants. These were as close as I could get and the bibs were a fabulous bonus, keeping snow completely out when I'd fall. But, I ended up returning them because the front zipper just wasnt long enough and It busted out when I was trying to get the pants off and on. I have small hips and once on, they were on the baggy side if anything so it wasn't a sizing issue. I suppose if you're ok unzipping the front, pulling off the suspenders and then unsnapping the sides and unzipping both side zips every time you were putting them on or off you'd be fine.