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Flylow Baker Bib Pant - Men's

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For those of us lucky enough to live near ranges where a powder day isn't legit unless it's knee-to-waist deep, the FlyLow Men's Baker Bib Pant offers the highest level of protection from the snowiest places on earth. 3-layer Intuitive membrane construction and fully sealed seams equate to total dryness in every imaginable environment, no matter if you're charging through Wasatch blower or making deep turns in thick Sierra snow. The robust nylon face is reinforced along the cuffs with 1000-denier Cordura, ensuring the pant lasts for many seasons to come without prematurely fraying or tearing.

The pant's adjustable bibs keep waist-deep snow from billowing inside with every satisfying trip to the white room. Inner and outer thigh vents improve ventilation when you're skinning in the backcountry or resort lapping on warm spring days. There's a beacon attachment system, which is essential for earning your turns long after the resort becomes tracked out. Other key features include a kangaroo chest pouch for quick-access, as well as a variety of zippered pockets for secure storage of snacks, gadgets, and resort passes.

  • Robust bib pant for the snowiest environments on earth
  • 3-layer Intuitive membrane keeps you pleasantly dry in powder
  • Dedicated bibs prevent deep snow from billowing inside
  • Fully taped seams provide a water-tight seal
  • Durable nylon face with Cordura cuff reinforcements
  • Inner and outer thigh vents increase ventilation
  • Beacon pocket is essential for backcountry skiing
  • Kangaroo chest pouch offers easy-access to goods
  • Item #FLG005J

Tech Specs

[membrane] 3-layer Intuitive, [face fabric] nylon, high performance DWR, [cuff reinforcements] 1000D Cordura nylon
Waterproof Rating
20,000 mm
Breathability Rating
20,000 g/m²
fully sealed
articulated knees
1 kangaroo at chest, 1 zippered chest, 2 zippered hand, 1 zippered thigh, 1 beacon attachment system
inner and outer thigh zips
belt loops
yes, adjustable, with buckle
Claimed Weight
2 lb 2 oz
Recommended Use
skiing, backcountry touring
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

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Solid bibs

    I have been using bibs for years now ... they simply are the best. These are pretty warm (Dont breath as well as others) but are perfect for pnw warm winter storms. They also are very durable. I wish the connection for the beacon was a bit sturdier and that the straps where better (seem flimsy and the buckle ends up in a weird spot.

    Solid bibs

    Great bibs!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large
    • Height: 6'0"
    • Weight: 185lbs

    I put about 15 ski days in on these bibs this winter, and I love them. They're well made, look good, and, most important, kept me super warm on a handful of very cold days and the vents worked great to dump heat on the warmer days.

    Great construction, but snug fit

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: XXL
    • Height: 6'0"
    • Weight: 200lbs

    I really wanted to love these bibs. Flylow is a great company, who does a lot of product testing at my "home" resort. Unfortunately, they must product test with high schoolers. I'm a solid 36 inch waist and the XXL was snug with layers. Too snug for active movement; e.g. telemark/AT skiing. The construction and materials were great. No issues at all other than a tight fit. If you have a waist smaller than 36", I'd recommend sizing up and you'll be super stoked.

    These bibs are awesome!

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Height: 5'6"
    • Weight: 125lbs

    Gave these to my husband and he says, "All the awesome features you want and some great ones you didn't know you needed. I use these for touring and on resort in Utah. The bibs are super solid from a tech standpoint and the front fly, side zips and pockets are awesome. Very well thought out. The front pocket for phones is the best thing ever. When I tour I put my phone in the leg pocket so I can have my transceiver on my chest and it works great. Super sturdy, water proof and well thought out. Highly recommend."

    Great fit and style

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: medium
    • Height: 6'2"
    • Weight: 175lbs

    I ordered the medium and they fit very well. My inseam and waist is 32/32. I sized down knowing the flylow tends to be a bit loose. These bibs are great for deep days, spring cruising, and everything in between. I am especially particular with the extra material on the cuff and knees adding extra protection from wear and tear.

    Decent, decent.

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

    These bibs look really good, and have a great pocket setup for the most part. Cons: 1) I skied 7 days in Colorado in these, and they kept me dry. Colorado has really dry snow. I skied 4 days at Whistler and they did not keep me dry. Whistler is very wet and the snow is super deep. Depending on the conditions, these may keep you dry, but may not. THIS IS SUPER LAME. 2) I would not trust the beacon pocket for beacon storage. It seems flimsy and small. I would keep my beacon in a different pocket. It is too small for any large cell phone. The pocket ends up being sort of useless and in the way. 3) The scuff guards on the ankle insides are weak. After 10 or so days in these, the left cuff is sliced all the way through in at least 7 spots. Like, I can stick my pinky finger through the slices. To address this I would need to have a tailor attach leather or something to this area.

    Overall I do like these bibs because they seem burly - but the jury is still sort of out. Also, the plastic strap buckles are too large and worry me a little in that I can see them breaking at some point. There are far better systems out there for strap attachment. Frankly, you don't even need buckles there. A hook/loop/cinch arrangement would be simpler and superior, like the Burton AK bib uses. Also, the straps themselves seem lightweight and on the cheaper side. Time will tell. Finally, all of the pocket liners are made of a weird thin plastic/rubber type material. I don't like it because it seems weak, but none of them have failed me yet. They feel like a key could poke through them.

    I had no issues with the fit. I'm 6'4" 220, athletic build and wear the XL. If you have any sort of gut these probably will not work for you because they are fitted at the torso.

    I might purchase these again only if they were on sail for under $300, which they currently are, and if I were only planning to use them frontside, which defeats some of the purpose of using a bib.

    Initial review

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium
    • Weight: 185lbs

    Ive only rode with these pants once so far but off my initial impressions these things are pretty awesome. Im 5'9 185lbs and the medium fits me perfectly. It allows plenty of room to layer and thats one thing i love about shells. Depending where you are you can add or subtract for the different places youre in. A lot of people have mentioned these things wetting through an the one time i rode in them i did not experience that. These are pretty bombproof bibs and i hope to get several good seasons out of them

    Awesome Bibs

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: S
    • Height: 5'9"
    • Weight: 160lbs

    These bibs performed fantastically in Japan. They definitely keep you dry, and held up well to heavy use. They do get a little warm when hiking, but have well placed vents. The transceiver pocket is perfect, and they look really good. Sizing is a little odd. All in all, a great piece to add to your ski bag for those deep powder days!

    Flylow is the go to!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: L
    • Height: 6'1"
    • Weight: 190lbs

    I am super stoked on my recent purchase of these bibs. They work really well for inbound or touring and offer great vents and pockets! The knees and ankles are durable and reinforced and seem like they will last forever!

    Perfect Bib!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large
    • Height: 6'2"
    • Weight: 225lbs

    I love the way they fit. They cinch like pants in the waist so you dont feel like everytime you bend over they pull but you still have the snow protection of a bib. All the pockets and details are great. They pair well with my Quantum jacket and the 20k/20k water resistance and breathability is perfect for any day on the slopes. Just with Flylow catered a bit to us snowboarders.

    2nd review

      I just put 12 hard days on these in Revelstoke. All different conditions. Heavy snow, light snow, heli, resort, touring, trees, alpine. Everything. My point is this, they will soak through in all conditions. I experienced this, and wrote about it in a previous review, but this trip I gave them a second try. I washed them in DWR. I sprayed them with DWR prior to the trip as well. They still soaked through. Mine are now two years old and have maybe 30 days total. They have not ripped. I like the way they look. The pockets are good. The zippers all still work. But none of that matters because they soak though. Maybe the new ones are built with different material. But I would recommend not buying the baker bib.

      Same exact experience, but I actually sent them back to FLYLOW over the summer for them to treat with DWR. Sprayed em with Camp Dry, the whole 9. they soak through on just a slightly frosty charlift ride. Love the pants in everyway, but cold wet ass is no fun.
      currently searching for my replacements.

      Great Alpine Bibs

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: small
      • Height: 5'8"
      • Weight: 140lbs

      Decided to transition from pants to bibs for my alpine setup and couldn't be happier. The material is very durable but also flexes in the right places to not seem too restrictive. I have not tested on the wettest of days but am yet to have any issues with the waterproofing. I understand the sizing comments below but for me the fit is perfect: tailored up top to be snug around the waist and hips with a baggier fit for the legs to allow movement and fit over your boots.

      Fit can be tough, but these are great

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: Runs large
      • Size Bought: Small
      • Height: 5'8"
      • Weight: 170lbs

      I ski on the west coast and spend most of my time at Squaw. I haven't worn these yet in very wet conditions, but they have really been excellent during my first two trips this year.

      Pros - I tried a lot of bibs and what won me over on these was the design - there are plenty of pockets, the side ventilation features are awesome and come in handy when hiking to terrain, not to mention they will be very useful come spring. The material seems solid and the cordura reinforcements are a nice addition.

      Cons -
      The sizing is strange for most people I think. I ordered multiple pairs to dial in the best fit, but based on my experience the legs fit baggy and the torso is slim. I'm 5'8", 170 pounds with an athletic build and I landed on a size small. I think people with similar builds will likely be between a size S/M and will decide based on fit preferences.

      Baggy bib

      • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Medium
      • Height: 6'3"
      • Weight: 160lbs

      I got this for a buddy, simply put he loves it. The mix of the 3-layer shell, the prime pocket placement, baggy fit, and slick look makes this bib a keeper. Hes a tall fellow, but he ended up purchasing a M because of his slim waist.

      Incredible Bib

      • Height: 5'9"
      • Weight: 174lbs

      My boyfriend got these pants and he doesn't stop raving about them. So many pockets for ample storage, excellent ventilation, and very comfortable. He loves the beacon pocket on the front for when we're out touring however it could probably stand to be a smidge bigger. No issues with waterproofing failure as described below. FlyLow makes gear for skiers, by skiers and they do a damn good job of it - highly recommend these pants.

      For reference, my boyfriend is 5' 9", 174lbs, 33" waist. He got the medium and they fit perfectly.

      Not good enough

        These wet through. I washed in DWR. I sprayed with DWR. They will wet through. Look, there are many great features about this pant. They look good, the pockets are good, the venting is good, they are comfortable. But none of that matters if they let in water. For me, and the environments I’m snowbaording in they are useless garbage. Save your 400 bucs and put it towards a pair of waterproof pants.

        Unanswered Question

        as a 5'10 and 175lb athletic girl (former ski racer with muscular lower limbs), what size would be best for a comfy/roomy fit?