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For the skier who has to hit the slopes every day.

If you're skiing every day, chances are you'll have to wear drenched breeches at some point―unless you have The North Face Men's Anchor Bib Pant in your wardrobe. This bib wraps you from your chest to your ankles in a waterproof HyVent membrane so you stay dry all season. Its durable nylon shell withstands your everyday use, too. The lining has a bit of mesh to keep the pant breathable, and the brushed tricot slides over your layers with ease.

The Anchor Bib has a park fit to allow space for plenty of insulating layers during the coldest parts of winter. The Chimney Venting system pulls cold air in through the gaiter and pushes warm air through the zippered thigh vents so you stay comfortable when you pick up a sweat. A side-entry zipper lets you put this pant on easily. The adjustable suspenders keep the bib in place. And the stretchy gaiters have boot hooks so your legs don't get covered in snow.

  • HyVent 2-Layer membrane
  • 70D nylon Taslan shell
  • Taffeta, brushed tricot, mesh lining
  • Park fit
  • Chimney Venting system
  • Side-entry zipper
  • Adjustable suspenders
  • Stretch gaiter with gripper elastic and boot hooks

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5 5

Great Pants, run big

Although I haven't tested these yet, I can tell they are high quality. Can't wait for the winter so I can test them. Very happy I spent a few extra bucks to get these. With that being said, they seem to run big. I am 6'1" and weigh 185 and I got a medium and they fit well when adjusting suspenders basically as big as they go.

5 5

East Coast Love

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Height: 5' 11"
    Weight: 220 lbs
    Size Purchased: xl

Fit: I'll call it spacious. I'm 5 11, 220. They are roomy.

Quality: Very well built product. Put a number of cold, windy, dumping snow days on these and had zero issues with getting wet, or wind peneatration. Mostly woods riding and the shell has shown zero wear from tree encounters.

Overall, great bib at an incredible price. Would highly recommend.

5 5

Great Pants...even for a girl!

1st i am female. It was impossible to find a reasonably priced pair of bibs for a girl. My husband has had a pair of these for 6 years. I ordered the smallest pair and they wirked perfectly. No more snow going down my pamts when i put on my bindings or fall!

5 5

Not your grandpa's a good way.

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

I have a heavy wool pair of bibs that I have used for many years for deer hunting in the upper Midwest, but I wanted something lighter and more agile for winter hiking, snowshoeing, and even snow removal (shoveling and snow-blowing the driveway). These bibs have been great. I purchased a larger size to allow for more base layers if I need them, but they are versatile enough to accommodate almost any winter activity.

These bibs have full length separating side zippers correct? I am looking for a do it all hardshell bib. I am 5'9" and 155lbs, would I be best going with a medium or small for mountaineering, ice climbing, ski touring etc?

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A medium should do the trick for you. As for the zippers, I'm not exactly sure what you mean. These bibs have zippers for vents, bun that's it.

5 5

Solid Bib for Winter Activity

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

I researched a lot of bibs after getting fed up with snow going down my regular snow pants. Even with my pro-deals on other brands, I couldn't find bibs priced this well. TNF is a solid company and stands behind their products and I trust their warranty process. With that being said, I ordered a size small and they fit perfect even with extra layers underneath for those super cold days. I'm 5'9 and 145 lbs with an athletic build. They are just the right amount of bagginess, not too baggy to look like bro-brah, and not too slim to look like a hipster. These are functional bibs, with a good fit and the reputation of a solid company.

5 5

Working in the snow

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
  • Fit: True to size

These are awesome. They are very durable and strong, but not too bulky. Really breathable but warm. Great pant for working at the resort. Fits true to size.

4 5

Little to roomy up top

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs large

These are great bibs for the money. I sold them to a neighbor since they fit him better than me. I ordered a large (I am 6'0 185 lb. he is 5'11 225 lb.) They fit him perfectly and he loves them.

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What size would you recommend for a 6'3 190 lb?

5 5

work pants

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

I'd use these as work pants in the alps - they are good from boarding to hiking to climbing ice

Responded on

How is the liner on these pants? In super cold conditions would you need a serious base layer?