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Whether you're coaching ski school, your own little ripper, or your nieces.
The Spyder Men's Coach's Bib Pant keeps you comfortable whether you're cheering on your students as they take their first dive into the halfpipe or you're teaching your own child the pizza technique. Its Xt.L laminate gives this pant exceptional waterproof protection that keeps you dry in snowy weather, and Spyder taped the seams that are most likely to let wetness in so you can kneel down on the snow and stay dry while you help those future professionals figure out how to work their bindings. While its nylon shell holds up to use throughout the years, the Nano-Tex All Conditions fleece liner remains breathable and retains a natural softness to keep you comfortable. Spyder stuffed this pant with low-profile 60g 3M Thinsulate to keep you warm on frozen mid-winter days.
Spyder knew you'd need some zippered vents at the thighs so you can release some excess heat while you fetch skis, snowboards, poles, and anything else youngsters seem to toss down the mountain every minute. The bib features adjustable suspenders, blade and tool pockets, and a radio holder that you can remove when heading out in the backcountry isn't in your lesson plan for the day. Inner snow gaiters hook to your boots for complete coverage when you stomp across powdery valleys to pull stuck children out. Spyder reinforced the cuffs to ensure you can coach in this excellent pair of pants for multiple years, and knee pads add a bit of extra protection.
- Xt.L laminate with critical seams taped
- Nylon shell with Nano-Tex All Conditions fleece
- 60g 3M Thinsulate insulation
- Thigh ventilation system
- Bib with adjustable suspenders
- Inner snow gaiters with gripper elastic and cuff anchors
- Scuff guards
- Knee pads
- Removable radio holder
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
The Spyder Coach's bib is the best pant other than a carhartt one piece for standing outside in the cold. Super abrasion resistant and the knee pads make kneeling in the snow a bit more enjoyable. I heard that Robo Cop is actually wearing these in the remake.