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By out there, we mean that the Trew Gear Men's Trewth Bib Pant is out in the backcountry and at most resorts. This fully taped pant features a Dermizax EV membrane for exquisite waterproofing that remains highly breathable for backcountry riders, and its 3-layer Private Reserve shell is surprisingly durable for how light it feels.

Trew Gear added 2-way, 3/4-length zippers at each side for ventilated airflow as well as easy on-and-off. The Trewth's bib features heavy-duty suspenders with hook-and-loop adjustments, a large flapped pocket, and a smaller zippered pocket. Zippered cuffs give access to the internal boot gaiters with lace hooks, and SuperFabric keeps the cuffs and kick patches strong for many seasons.

  • Dermizax EV membrane
  • Fully taped seams
  • 3-layer Private Reserve shell
  • 2-way 3/4-length side zippers
  • Bib with heavy-duty suspender straps
  • Internal boot gaiters with zippered cuffs
  • SuperFabric cuffs and kick patches
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Go Ahead and Make Room in Your Closet

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

I just bought these during Trew's last sale and had a late season dump to test them out in. I can honestly say that these are some seriously impressive pants.

To start out, Trew thought of EVERYTHING when designing these. The kangaroo pouch at the top of the bib is perfectly sized for a beacon and some snacks. The zippered media pocket is perfect if you want to listen to some tunes while blasting through pow Sean Pettit style. It has a pretty big fly zip for those backcountry bio-breaks, and two big zippers on the side to allow for easy access inside the bib, or for venting.

You could drop snow bombs on these, and still nothing would get in. The material Trew is famous for (not Gore-tex, like every other outdoor manufacturer) is impressive. Depending on which style of Gore-tex you're using currently, the 3L used in the Trewth will show them up guaranteed in terms of weatherproofing and breathability (if you can even claim that with a shell).

In true form, Trew added some features that are underrated. A lot of people get turned off from bibs because of the actual bibs. They can be hard to adjust and uncomfortable. Trew's updated straps are super easy to secure, and you'll hardly notice them when skiing. The other feature comes from the scuff guards. Most brands (including my current Patagonia pants) have just another layer of fabric (although abrasion resistant) sewn on to the outside of the shell. Trew's scuff guards are made of SuperFabric, which basically sews armor onto the outside of your pants. To make it even better, they added a layer onto the inside of the end of the pants to protect against things like boots, rocks, and sharp ski blades.

I've only used these once, but I can say that they are some of the best ski pants I've gotten, and it's great quality from a smaller company. The Trew guys really have done their research on how to create amazing goods. They also figured out how to blend style and function (we have steeze already-- stunction?). This does cause their garments to be a little bit baggier for those that are used to the Arc'teryx or Patagonia fit. I run in between on a small and medium in both former brands, and chanced with the smalls on these. They are a little wide (or maybe I'm really skinny), which should provide ample room for layers and puffy down vests.

Do yourself a favor and buy these things.

Bonus for the Big Boy

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size
  • Size Bought: XXL

I'm not a small dude. I ski 188's, so I smoke down the mountain. I have to have extra room, and since I'm built like a lummox, I need tough. These things are Chris Farley proof. I put on my red long underwear, hit the spring slopes, and make all the kids happy because they saw Mario ski. Trees fear me, and these pants hold up.

Unanswered Question

Hey all, I have a question about sizing I'm 5'6 145lbs with a waist size about 31-32. What size would you recommend between the small and medium. I like my pants a little baggy but don't want to pull up my pant leg every time I click into my skis

Thanks yall!

What is the sizing like on these? I am a 34 waist and deciding between a medium and a large. I am 5'10" 195 lbs.

Best Answer

Trewth is generally known for cutting their clothes baggy. I'm 6'1" 200lbs and tour pretty comfortably in the Trewth size Large. There is NO WAY I would ever go XL in these, unless I wanted to really push the envelope of what it means to get loose. A friend of mine who is 5'10" 170 wears the medium and they fit him really well.