Why We Like The Manifest Tour 3L Bib
We reach for the FW Apparel Manifest Tour 3L Bib whenever we know the powder will be deep and conditions will be too good to call it quits early. Their fully waterproof and breathable 3-layer construction keeps the elements at bay throughout the day, while the stretchy face fabric maintains a mobile, comfortable feel on the skintrack. And since the backcountry and resort can both dish out some serious abuse, FW Apparel fit these bibs with Cordura side panels for longevity.
- Hard-wearing ski bibs designed for the deepest days
- 3-layer shell is waterproof and breathable for storm day protection
- Stretchy face fabric helps maintain mobility and comfort
- Cordura side panels enhance durability for long-lasting performance
- Two full-length side zips provide easy ventilation to prevent overheating
- Adjustable suspenders and waist can be customized for a secure fit
- Item #FWA000C
- [face fabric] 85% nylon, 15% spandex, [backing] 100% 20D nylon tricot, [membrane/laminate] 3L hydrophilic, [side panels] 100% cordura
- Waterproof Rating
- Breathability Rating
- fully sealed
- 2 patch cargo, 1 zippered chest
- side zips
- adjustable straps
- Side Zips
- 2 full-length
- backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding, freeride/powder skiing, freeride/powder snowboarding
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 2 years
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December 3, 2023
- I returned this product before using it
- Size Bought:
- 5' 5"
Very Technical well-built snow bibs. I really liked everything about these including the high waist that hits below the bust. Drop seat was great. Stretchy waterproof fabric was my favorite, magnetic pocet closures are nice, b/c they don't add a bulky zipper to the thin fabric. but ultimately, I am returning because of the front thigh cargo pockets. These feel awkward and restrictive with the double layer when I'm bending down or on my knees which I do a lot of with young kids learning to ski. FWD is an amazing brand that I own a lot of, but for $300+ these didn't make the cut.
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