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When 50 days isn't enough.

Getting 100+ days a season requires some serious penny pinching, a refined palate for ramen noodles, and reliable gear. The North Face Men's Anchor Bib Pants provide reliable performance at a price any dirtbag can live with. Its HyVent shell with fully taped seams withstands your everyday use, while the brushed tricot lining has a bit of mesh to keep them breathable on the bootpack and skintrack. The Anchor Bib has a relaxed fit to keep them comfortable both in the park and off-piste. Two inner thigh vents pull cold air through when things get too hot. The adjustable suspenders keep the bibs in place, and the stretchy gaiters have boot hooks so you don't get snow down your boots on the deep days.

  • HyVent 2-layer shell
  • Fully taped seams
  • 70D nylon face fabric
  • Relaxed fit
  • Inner thigh vents
  • Adjustable suspenders
  • Boot gaiters with boot hook
  • Internal reinforced edge guards

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Used for 2 seasons, Phenomenal Bibs

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:Runs large
  • Height: 5'9"
    Weight: 170 lbs
    Size Purchased: Medium

So to start, I bought a set of these bibs in Utility Brown, size medium, regular length (which is supposedly a 31 inseam) just after New Years 2014. I'm 5'9" ~165lbs. I ski in Vermont and have put these through everything from 10 degrees and windy to 34 degrees and raining. I'll break it down below.

Size: These seem a little long to me for a medium, and are most certainly longer than 31". The length isn't a big deal when I'm skiing but is a little annoying when I'm walking around in boots to snowblow the driveway, go out taking photos, or from the lifts to the lodge. There is enough room however to comfortably wear a heavy base layer underneath (as they're not insulated).

Weatherproofing: Like I said, I've had these in the extreme cold with a thick baselayer and in the rain, and they've been bulletproof. I've stayed dry and warm regardless of the weather, and the windproofing is very good.

Durability: I have wiped out, been hit by a snowboarder, and worn these to work outside in the snow and they don't seem to have a mark on them. They've gotten those black greasy drips from the chairlift all over them in the spring and they washed right off with some NikWax.

Especially at their price point I think it would be hard to find something better, but keep in mind they're a bit longer than indicated.