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Flylow
Firebird Bib Pant - Men's

2.3529411764705883 out of 5 stars
17 Reviews
Current price: $129.98 - $178.72 Original price: $324.95
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Color:Rye

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Why We Like The Flylow Firebird Bib Pant

FlyLow created the Firebird Bib with all-time storm days in mind. Those days when burning quads, frozen faces, and sopping wet outerwear started to pick off powder skiers one by one. The waterproof shell fends off sleet and snow, while articulated knees and the breathable softshell panel on the back are bootpack-friendly so you won't overheat during a quick hike. Whether you're sending it into Corbett's or snorkeling through blower pow in Hokkaido, the Firebird is designed to keep you dry and comfortable. Well, as comfortable as you can be until you send it a little too hard and tomahawk under the chair. That one's on you.


Details

  • A burly bib for slaying powder from bell to bell
  • Three-layer waterproof breathable membrane
  • 500D Cordura reinforcements ensure durability
  • Powder gaiters keep your legs dry in deep conditions
  • Kangaroo pass pocket through chest pouch
  • Articulated knees for added mobility
  • Item #FLG007O
Material
[membrane/laminate] Intuitive (3-layer), [face fabric] 100% polyester, [cuffs] 500D Cordura
Waterproof Rating
10,000mm
Breathability Rating
10,000g/m²
Seams
fully sealed
Fit
regular
Inseam
[short] 30in, [regular] 32in, [long] 34in
Pockets
1 kangaroo, 1 zippered chest, 2 zippered thigh, 1 beacon
Waist
belt loops
Bib
yes
Gaiters
powder
Claimed Weight
2lb 5oz
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime
Activity
skiing, snowboarding

Overall Rating

2.5 based on 17 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 5 reviews
2 Stars - 5 reviews
3 Stars - 5 reviews
4 Stars - 0 reviews
5 Stars - 2 reviews

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1 out of 5 stars

April 19, 2024

Weird Fit for people who wear Size S

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it
Size Bought:
Small
Height:
5' 7"
Weight:
145

I've tried on and returned two jackets and pants from FL. Fit is Weird ASF. Jacket arms and Shoulders are great, but the waist forget it. I'm a size 30, the jacket was so tight, think sausage casing, because I could barely fit it over my pants. The FL pants advertised 30-32 on the waist... No Way was this true, felt more like 28. So, I tried on a size M, waist was perfect! could even rock my impact shorts, however the length was horrible. Felt like a clown or teen at the park Pants bunched up at the bottom. Ugh. The QC on these are horrible. Maybe next year will be better.

Richard G
1 out of 5 stars

May 11, 2023

Terrible quality bibs, worse warranty

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought:
Medium
Height:
6' 2"
Weight:
180

Should have listened to other reviewers! On my 3rd day of resort riding, while sitting down to load a lift, felt the material near the seat of my bibs split. Obviously, a material defect thought nbd, easy replacement from a local company. Took my bib in to the FlyLow warehouse. Was informed that this was considered “wear and tear” and “should be expected” after 3 days of typical use. Thankfully, an employee offered to patch the defective material, with a 2 month turnaround. Carried my bibs home and followed up with the Warranty Department. Company representative informed me that their material was “susceptible to tears” and that patches “if anything, makes your gear stronger”. Insane company policy that offloads low quality material onto regular users. Could not recommend this company less! Stick with other gear manufacturers that actually stand behind their products.

grap386423 g
1 out of 5 stars

April 2, 2023

Ripped after one use

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought:
XL
Height:
5' 11"
Weight:
205

I'll echo the sizing issues, they're odd. Be prepared for a return to the days of JNCOs. But that's not the reason for the 1 star review. After a single use they were all slit up on the inside at the bottom on both sides, right thru the reinforced fabric. Didn't fall at all, not sure when they even would have contacted the edge of my definitely not freshly sharpened skis. Probably the balloon sizing contributed? I feel bad for those that paid full price. Hopefully I can return them because I wouldn't think normal wear and tear for ski pants would be to rip from skiing once.

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Christopher R
2 out of 5 stars

March 7, 2023

Leg size is bizarre :/

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it
Size Bought:
M
Weight:
175

Though I'd brave the bad reviews on sizing and now feeling like a fool. I plan on returning before using and going back to my 15 year old costco ski pants which fit better. These might work for some people, but I wouldn't recommend because of the elephant legs. You have a nice fitting waist and chest section but the legs are just these giant loose tubes. I don't mind the baggy freestyle look but for me this is just a matter of practicality. The material is so loose that the material rubs a lot and makes a ton of noise and you can really feel that friction. There's basically no leg tapering. So while they are light and you can definitely move around, it feels like I'm wearing a big plastic bag around your thighs and calves. So overly cumbersome for any uphill and not a very athletic feel. Unless your thighs are thicker than your waist or you plan on wearing three layers of pants under these shell bibs, I can't see this fitting most people. All that said, material is great, nice pockets, seems like a sturdy and well-made bib. It's a shame that the sizing is so weird. Other flylow I've tried on fit better but I was hoping for something lighter and cheaper with these.

Noah R
2 out of 5 stars

July 14, 2022

Nice product - weird sizing

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it
Size Bought:
M
Weight:
175

I liked the product for the style, pockets, overall feel. I am 6 ft and 175lbs. Traditional build. This was weirdly snug in the gut without any layering (didn't try with layering). Everything else fit perfect. A perfect person for this would be much thinner than average. I could go up a size but then I assume that all the other areas would be too big. Too bad because everything else was great

David L
3 out of 5 stars

June 5, 2022

Not insulated - more like a shell

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it
Size Bought:
XL
Height:
6' 2"
Weight:
180

While reading the specs I could not figure out if the bibs were insulated or not. They are not. Great quality, but more like a shell. Probably great for backcountry skiing/ skinning and terrain park but not good for groomed runs and freezing when zitting on lifts. Also, probably like most thing you buy; if you are very tall and skinny, XL doesn't not work. XL large are for people that are a bit larger all around. But other than that, they look great and seem to be of great quality.

Nicolien E
3 out of 5 stars

April 8, 2022

True to size... kinda...

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought:
Large
Height:
5' 7"
Weight:
168

2022-04-07. Per the size chart, I would fit a medium. 5'7" (168 lbs), 39" chest, 33" waist, and 31" inseam. But in reading some of the reviews, I opted to go with the large due to their comments about the torso area being tight, and the image of the model (the pant legs looks slightly bunched up at the bottom). So I went with the large size that I knew would be too big in the waist (34") and inseam (32"). FYI: The other reviewers are correct, which is why they say the fit is so weird. Per Flylow the measurements in their size chart are to reflect the buyers body measurements. In reading this, I assumed that they would add some room for comfort and layering. Well they sort of did... The legs provided plenty of extra space as some reviewers commented; however, the torso measurements of the garment seem to be pretty much the same as the body, so there is very little to no room for a thicker layer like a sweat top. The large is quite roomy for me, and there is space in both the torso and legs. I was able to wear a base layer, a turtle neck, and a sweat top and it fit snug up top... not very comfortable for me, but I'll never wear a sweat top, so I'm ok. Going up in size made the leg room even larger... probably too much if you do a lot of back country, but ok if you're more a park person. As far as performance goes, the quality and functionality of the Firebird Bib did not disappoint. Seam sealed, and waterproof as advertised. Bottom line, the fit is kind of out of proportion as others have commented. You'll be better off looking for something with more consistent fit between torso and legs. But if your heart is set on the Firebird Bib, then understand how you dress and what you'll be using it for before deciding on size. If this will be purely for the slopes and you don't layer up much (i.e. a thermal base layer and a top), then I'd say go true to the size chart. If you like to layer up with more than 3 layers, or if you'll be using this for other winter activities (sledding, or just playing in deep snow), I'd size up to allow the room for extra layering. The only other notable about sizing up is that the gaiters will naturally be larger in circumference, so if you don't have a heavy duty boot (with girth), the gaiters may not perform as intended. For how I'm going to use these, a medium would have suited me just fine, and would probably have been a better fit. But my true measurements are an inch smaller than the maximum sizes per the size chart. For this reason, I'd say the "fit" of the Firebird Bib run small. If your measurements are at the maximum per the chart, I'd size up.

Gain G
5 out of 5 stars

January 13, 2022

Great Bib Fit Was Not That Weird

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought:
L
Height:
5' 11"
Weight:
190

I did not read the reviews prior to purchase and glad I didn't. Maybe I have a weird shaped body, I don't know. I got a large and they fit true to the size chart. Yes, they are pretty baggy in the legs, but become more tapered as you work your way to the shoulders. I do not mind baggy ski wear though. If you want something more slim probably not the product you want. There are velcro straps on the side to tighten the waist if needed. They have great pockets and massive vents down the legs. Color was great and I am excited to get these on the hill. The video of the product is the best depiction.

Chase M
2 out of 5 stars

January 7, 2022

Bad

Size Bought:
M
Height:
5' 6"
Weight:
155

NO ROOM AROUND THE MIDSECTION! Length is good, plenty of room for the legs. If you want to wear a sweatshirt underneath your bib, you will have trouble unless you?re a toothpick. Quality of fabric looks good though

Todd
3 out of 5 stars

December 19, 2021

fit is weird

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Size Bought:
M
Height:
5' 11"
Weight:
175

I own the Foxy version in women's and they are flattering and functional......so I bought what seemed like the male equivalent. The functionality of these pants is the same and awesome, but the fit is very weird and the pant legs seem like park/snowboard worthy. If you want to ice climb or backcountry ski, the pant legs are too voluminous to fit in gators and are not fitted enough for backcountry skinning.

Kara C