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Flylow Baker Bib Pant - Men's

$419.95

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Why We Like The Baker Bib Pant

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 Baker Bib Pant offers the highest level of protection for the snowiest places on earth. Three-layer Intuitive membrane construction and fully sealed seams keep us totally dry in winter's worst, whether we're charging through Wasatch blower or making deep turns in thick Sierra snow. The robust nylon face is reinforced along the cuffs and knees with 1000-denier Cordura, ensuring the pant lasts for many seasons to come without prematurely fraying or tearing.

  • Keep dry on heavy pow days with this versatile bib pant
  • Waterproof membrane won't soak through when you're waist deep
  • Cordura reinforcements at knees and cuffs for targeted durability
  • Inner and outer thigh vents let you cool off after tight tree runs
  • Adjustable straps and waist help keep the snow out
  • Kangaroo pocket offers quick sandwich access on slow lift rides
  • Leg gaiters keep help keep your boot when you find a powder stash
  • Waterproof zippers keep things dry when you take a tumble
  • Item #FLG00AO

Material
[membrane/laminate] Intuitive Oxford (3-layer), [face fabric] 100% polyester, DWR treatment, [reinforcements] 1000d Cordura
Waterproof Rating
20,000mm
Breathability Rating
20,000g/m2
Seams
fully sealed
Fit
regular
Pockets
2 hand, 1 rear, 1 thigh, 1 kangaroo, 1 buttoned stow
Venting
inner thigh, outer thigh
Waist
belt loops
Bib
yes
Gaiters
yes
Claimed Weight
2lb 1.43oz
Recommended Use
skiing, snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 5

Most Reliable Bibs

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
Runs large
Size Bought
m
Height
5` 8"
Weight
165 lbs

These bibs are legendary. I've coached Freeskiers in them in both Northern and Southern hemispheres under every condition possible and they still have not ripped, are water repellent, and warm. I've put these bibs through the wringer backcountry camping, and they handle them with no issue. They do fit bigger than expected. So make sure you look at sizing charts. Overall, I fully recommend these bibs.

>Rating: 5

Most Reliable Bibs

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
Runs large
Size Bought
m
Height
5` 8"
Weight
165 lbs

These bibs are legendary. I've coached Freeskiers in them in both Northern and Southern hemispheres under every condition possible and they still have not ripped, are water repellent, and warm. I've put these bibs through the wringer backcountry camping, and they handle them with no issue. They do fit bigger than expected. So make sure you look at sizing charts. Overall, I fully recommend these bibs.

>Rating: 3

Way too baggy, like most ski pants

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it
Fit:
True to size
Height
6` 4"
Weight
200 lbs

Title says it all. They’re short wide and ridiculous. Good construction though

>Rating: 5

My favorite bibs!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size

I was able to upgrade from my old Patagonia ski pants to these bibs, and as other reviews show, they are the bib of bibs! The fit is great, a tad slim in the torso/upper waist, but not restricting. Huge zippers on the legs are great to dump heat when you're too hot. The zippered chest pocket is great to store your phone and keep it from freezing. I also like that the buckles are pretty low profile - I haven't found them uncomfortable or noticeable at all. I think these will last many seasons given the burly material and reinforced knees!

>Rating: 3

fit

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
Runs small
Size Bought
xl
Height
6` 0"
Weight
205 lbs

runs a little small in the chest and long in the legs, fly zipper too short.

>Rating: 4

Durable Bib

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
XL
Height
6` 7"
Weight
240 lbs

First and foremost, I am 6’7”, 240lbs and athletic build, I bought an XL and the fit is perfect. I have sliced and torn through a number of bibs and this fabric is the sturdiest I’ve used. The chest pockets are very handy for carrying phone, flask or vape (so you can rip fat clouds before you rip a sick line). The side zipper is very long and it makes getting in and out easy and it even has a front zipper so you can make yellow snow when nature calls. It has reenforced knees, so it’s great for snowboarders too! My only gripe is that it is only 10K waterproof and you will get wet on heavy snow days. The breathability is great and it has zippers on all sides to let the trunks breathe.

Listing says 20K.

>Rating: 5

Great bibs

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
M
Height
5` 6"
Weight
180 lbs

These are great. I've taken them for a few days in the resort and a few backcountry laps. So far I'm impressed, and all the pockets are great. The legs are a little too long for me, but once in ski boots fit well and otherwise can just roll up the leg a little while walking around. Very pleased with these so far, and will be curious to see how they hold up over time.

>Rating: 2

just way too small.

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it
Fit:
Runs small
Size Bought
XL
Height
6` 5"
Weight
235 lbs

I ordered an XL - My size is typically 36-38 for pant size. I am 6'5 235 ibs. When I put these on, I felt like I had a vice around my waist and chest. I can fit into an Arcteryx L and Arcteryx XL's are almost too big. This reminds me of bike clothing's version of an XL (an XL in road bike clothing is for people who weigh 180-200). The garment is well-made - but I've noticed other folks complain about size. They need to re-think their sizing. I am returning to Backcountry.

>Rating: 5

The Bib of Bibs

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
M
Height
6` 1"
Weight
200 lbs

Bought these bibs and have been thoroughly impressed. These bibs have handled all of the jibs, carves and side hits that I have thrown at them. With just the right amount of stretch I can move freely and comfortably. I also love the reinforcements in the knees and ankles near the boots. BOMBER. Don't miss out on these!!

>Rating: 5

Lee

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
XL
Height
6` 0"
Weight
225 lbs

Great bibs that are baggy in the legs, allowing for more movement and layers if needed. Great venting for uphilling and have a good placement of pockets based on the few days that I have used them. Will put 50+ days on them this season and can update on their durability then.

>Rating: 5

Love them.

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
XL
Height
6` 1"
Weight
200 lbs

I am a 6'1" 200 lb man who usually wears pants size 34x32. I purchased these bibs in XL to replace my Northface Freedom bibs. I love them. They are shells without insulation. Yesterday in Utah in 10 degree weather, I wore insulation beneath the shells (Arcteryx proton pants) and I was very comfortable. You can wear these with just a base layer on warm days, or get midlayer lower insulation for cold days. I have both the Helly Hansen insulator 3/4 zip pants and the Arcteryx proton and I would recommend the HH insulator zips due to ease of access due to full thigh zips. These bibs have long zip along the left leg that allows you to put on or take off the midlayer without removing the bibs. The bibs also have a zipper to pee, which is very important. Just make sure your midlayer lower allows for that, otherwise you will have to sit down like I learned yesterday. The material is very tough, and when I walk it does not make a swooshing sound like the Northface did. Overall, I am very happy with my purchase. I tried L and XL... L was not tight exactly, but it would not allow for a lot of movement bending or for ease of using midlayers. If you are similar height and weight but have thinner thighs, I would try the large. My thighs are on the fat side, so the XL is a better fit. Best of luck!

>Rating: 3

Fit/sizing

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it
Size Bought
XXL
Height
6` 2"
Weight
270 lbs

These bibs, size XXL, were not designed to fit humans. So tight above the waist I can’t bend over with out fear of blowing out the seems (I’m 6’2” 270lbs. At 250lbs I was about 16% body fat. Yes, I’m old and have a dad bod these days). So baggy below the knees I don’t see how they can refer to using them for touring in the product description (the left pant will be rubbing the right leg with every step causing friction and wear and tear on the bibs). Aside from fit, these appear to be my favorite bibs I’ve ever owned, though they will also be the only bibs I’ve owned and never used. Sad to see them go but they are getting mailed back after I hit send.

>Rating: 1

Three weeks and no bibs

Do not buy from Flylow, I've been waiting three weeks for these bibs. Customer care tells me I can place an order for another pair but won't help me otherwise. With all the competition I'd suggest buying from a company that will actually help you if there's an issue with your product.

>Rating: 5

Fit advice for Small / Medium People

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
M
Height
5` 10"
Weight
160 lbs

Just got these in the mail and can't wait till it starts snowing. Haven't used them yet but first impressions are all great. Construction seems bomb proof - love the reinforcing on the knees and cuff. Great pockets and zippers that all work well. Mostly writing this to help others with sizing as it sucks to be in between spending $400+ on a guess! I gave Flylow a shout to get help with sizing as I'm usually in between a small and medium. I'm 5-10, 160lb. My inseam and waist are all size S typically (30x32 jeans), but chest is wider than average S size (about 39.5") so I was concerned about the top of the bib in a small being too tight. Flylow said go with a Medium and they were spot on. Upper bit of the bib fits perfect - plenty of room for midlayering and has great adjustability to bring any extra width in. The lower portion also fits great in the Medium. Just a bit baggy, but I don't think it would really be noticeable visually VS a small - it's just in the way they feel, and I'd much rather feel a little loose than have the bib binding when I'm strapping in or crawling out of a tree well I pitted myself in! So if you're in my same situation go a size up. Flylow said the bib has plenty of ways to tighten up if they're a little big, but no way to loosen it up if it's fitting a little small (sans messing with where the bib actually sits on your body - which is a bad way to do it as it'll start to bind in weird places) Hope it helps!

>Rating: 5

Best Bib Out There. Period.

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
Large
Height
6` 2"
Weight
175 lbs

The baker bib is truly the best bib I've ever used. My last pair had over 200 days on it over the course of 3 seasons in the very wet PNW. While the waterproofing began to ware off towards the end of its life (as any bib or ski pant will) it can be easily fixed with proper care using Nikwax. After 3 seasons it was time for another pair, how could I pass up on this years rad colors. I am 6'2" and ~175 lbs. I find that the Large fits me very well. For reference I typically wear a size 32x32 pant and I have enough room to layer at the waist and do not feel the cuffs bunch at the base of my ski boot. Perfect. Adjustable elastic suspenders will help you tailor fit the length to your liking while Velcro at the hips helps you dial in the fit to your body type and layering system. This is an all around beast of a bib, resort, backcountry, side country, you name it. Generously long leg vents on the inside and outside of the leg ventilate very well even on hot spring skin tracks or to just drop some heat on the way back up the lift. Pockets for days. Snacks, phone, wallet, beacon, map, whatever you have there is a pocket for it. Get the Baker Bib, you won't be disappointed.

>Rating: 5

2020 Baker Bib Video

Still the best. We relaxed the fit up top by 1/4" for 2020.

>Rating: 5

Pretty much perfect

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
Runs small
Size Bought
XL
Height
6` 2"
Weight
215 lbs

I love these bibs, but be forewarned that if you have more “athletic” quads you might want to size up. They run a bit hot, but having the vents really helps to regulate the body temp during touring or in resort. Also this could just be me but the really reinforced chest pockets makes my chest pretty sweaty if I’m not careful about my layering and jacket venting.

>Rating: 5

Tour Clutch & On-point Resort Bib

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size

I have to give it 5 stars. The "cons" are minimal. The positives outweigh the negatives for sure! Cons: - needs pant gaiter hooks - assuming the rubber elastic fails the longevity of the bomber pants - the beacon pocket needs to be a bit bigger, at least it's a tight fit for my BCA Tracker II - Shoulder bib buckles seems a bit cheap, and not being able to replace seems unreasonable for bomber-proof pants - I wish the pockets had better lining - seems like the material is cheap That being said and out of the way, I still am very happy I purchased these bibs. They are great for touring - can dump heat in seconds (4) vents, (2) for each leg / reinforced knees and inside bottom pant leg from abrasion / the bib buckles, as cheap as the seem to be are good in the quick release with the ease of a squeeze / adjustable shoulder straps / I specifically love the orange, great for visibility / bomberproof / true to fit with mobility room / heat from lower body retains well with bib style / waterproof zippers / (2) chest pouches - the one with zipper, which I put I.D. to identify and purchase them tasty brews, the other I use for my beacon and utilize the clasp to attach my bungee chord off my beacon. Overall they are bomber proof, have enough pockets to carry stuff, regulates temperature with multiple vents, style is sick, great colorways, sexy bunnies will check you out with the right strut every time. I'd buy another in a heartbeat and might have to!

I

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>Rating: 5

Tour Clutch & On-point Resort Bib

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
m
Height
5` 8"
Weight
160 lbs

I have to give it 5 stars. The "cons" are minimal. The positives outweigh the negatives for sure! Cons: - needs pant gaiter hooks - assuming the rubber elastic fails the longevity of the bomber pants - the beacon pocket needs to be a bit bigger, at least it's a tight fit for my BCA Tracker II - Shoulder bib buckles seems a bit cheap, and not being able to replace seems unreasonable for bomber-proof pants - I wish the pockets had better lining - seems like the material is cheap That being said and out of the way, I still am very happy I purchased these bibs I've used almost a dozen times. They are great for touring - can dump heat in seconds (4) vents, (2) for each leg / reinforced knees and inside bottom pant leg from abrasion / the bib buckles, as cheap as the seem to be are good in the quick release with the ease of a squeeze / adjustable shoulder straps / I specifically love the orange, great for visibility / bomberproof / true to fit with mobility room / heat from lower body retains well with bib style / waterproof zippers / (2) chest pouches - the one with zipper, which I put I.D. to identify and purchase them tasty brews, the other I use for my beacon and utilize the clasp to attach my bungee chord off my beacon. Overall they are bomber proof, have enough pockets to carry stuff, regulates temperature with multiple vents, style is sick, great colorways, sexy bunnies will check you out with the right strut every time. I'd buy another in a heartbeat and might have to!

I
>Rating: 3

Wellbuilt but a little too roomy

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
XL
Height
6` 4"
Weight
210 lbs

I love how the top portion of these bibs fit and the pockets and how the waste tie down are great. Overall, the legs are way too wide for people touring or moving quickly in the backcountry so they really are an inbounds product in my opinion. The textured knee pads look cool but they grab a lot of snow.

>Rating:

Have the bib, love it but struggle on cold days. Brought some extra warm layers but they don’t seem to do the trick. Any suggestions for warmer layers for the cold days to wear under the bib? Thanks!!

Hey Jacob, If the merino wool base layers aren't doing the trick, check out the Backcountry Wolverine Cirque 3/4 Insulated Pant or the Patagonia Nano Puff Pants!

>Rating:

I’m 6’1” 240 with a 35 inch waist. What size would you recommend?

Large