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Vision Stretch Bib Pant
Start brappin' your engines boys, it's time to head out. Strap up in the Armada Vision Stretch Bib and lead the gang out to your favorite backcountry zone for a day of building jumps and hitting cliffs. The waterproof and breathable technical stretch fabric ensures that you stay dry all day long, and helps you tweak out that tail grab for extra style points. As you hike up for a second hit the inner thigh vents let you dump excess heat and the reinforced cuffs and boot gaiters prevent the old shredded hem. Toss in a plethora of pockets and you have a pair of pants that have your back on mission after mission.
- Ski and snowboard pants that kill it in the park or pow
- Technical stretch outer fights off weather while moving with you
- Completely sealed seams have your back on even the wettest days
- Fixed bib with large pocket keeps you covered when things get deep
- Large inner leg events allow you to dump excess heat when needed
- Boot gaiters keep snow out of your socks while you post hole
- Reinforced cuffs help add longevity and durability to these pants
- Item #ARM00KG
- technical stretch (100% polyester), DWR treatment
- Waterproof Rating
- Breathability Rating
- 2 zippered hand, 2 cargo, bib
- mesh lined inner leg
- belt loops
- Recommended Use
- all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding, backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding, freeride/powder skiing, freeride/powder snowboarding, park & freestyle skiing, park & freestyle snowboarding, telemark skiing
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 30 days
What do you think about this product?
May 15, 2020
3 seasons and counting
- I've put it through the wringer
- Runs small
- Size Bought
- 6` 2"
- 185 lbs
These are awesome. PROS - Super comfortable, extremely waterproof, sufficiently warm with long johns for those blistering winter days, and then pretty breathable on their own with vents open for the warm spring days. -Excellent pockets (plenty of space for snacks and beverages ;) - Look great and are adjustable (side zips)! CONS (sort of) - Everyone's body is different and maybe mine are too big - but I find the shoulder straps need to be super tight to stay on. Doesn't really bother me and they never threaten to fall off. - I learned to copy my dad's old school style and ski with my feet super together. This means I usually shred the ankles of my ski pants. I think I got my first holes midway through season 2. If it was more durable in that area that would be better but it's not the end of the world. That part is over my boot and thus doesn't matter if it's not perfectly waterproof.
January 20, 2020
Comfortable not durable
- I've used it several times
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 6` 2"
- 190 lbs
I'm a skier and considering armada only makes skis I figured this bib pant would be geared toward a skier. They fit great. The large chest pocket is nice and there are plenty of other pockets if you need the storage. The fabric has a light stretch to it and moves as you move. The powder gator in the bottom cuff is snug and slip resistant to keep the snow out and keep you dry. My biggest complaint with this pant is there is no protective fabric on the inside lower leg to prevent cuts from a stray ski that may kick up in moguls or a crash. I noticed a small cut after the first day of wear and after day two a large gash made it through the shell, liner and boot gator in one hard slice from a new ski. I contacted Armada just to express that they should have tough fabric for protection against ski cut, but they only directed me to make a warranty claim. Their warranty expressly limits liability against such damage. With a turn around time of two weeks and no guarantee of replacement and opted to repair and reinforce them myself. I ordered some 500 denier cordura, unstitched the bottom hem for access and sewed an appropriate sized piece over the shell fabric. They are holding up great now. The cordura is doing the job well. For the price of this pant and considering it's intended use this feature - cut resistant boot cuffs - seems pretty basic. Even my son's $40 big box store pants have such a feature. In the picture you will see the curdura patch and the zigzag stitch repairing the nasty cut. It's too bad Armada didnt seem to care about the suggestion or moving it up the ladder. They just wanted to move me along to warranty claims.