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Boundary Line GTX Insulated Bib Pant
When your winter consists of resort skiing, backcountry skiing, and ski-mountaineering, you need a bib that can keep up with you wherever you shred. Skiing in-bounds or out, the durable insulated Boundary Line bib from Mountain Hardwear will do just that. This flattering full-feature bib keeps you warm and protected while you get some golden time on your skis. The two-layer Gore-Tex shell keeps you cool as you skin uphill and dry while shredding pow on the descent. Body-mapped insulation helps beat the chill on extra cold days to keep you super warm and cozy. Prioritizing performance and comfort, Mountain Hardwear added women-specific articulation, stretch panels, and a zippered drop-seat design to ensure there’s no mountain you can’t tackle.
- Insulated bib supplies durable weather protection in the backcountry
- Gore-Tex 2-Layer shell is waterproof and breathable when hiking
- Body-mapped insulation provides precise warmth in the cold
- Thigh-length zippered drop-seat design offers easy relief
- Stretch-woven rear mesh panel for convenient on-off
- Zippered kangaroo chest pocket secures a phone and keys
- Two thigh pockets are harness-compatible for versatile use
- Item #MHW01H3
- [face fabric] 100% polyester, [membrane/laminate] Gore-Tex
- synthetic, 60g/40g
- snow sports
- 1 zippered chest, 2 zippered thigh
- adjustable hook-and-loop tabs
- integrated reflector
- Claimed Weight
- 1lb 11oz
- Recommended Use
- all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding, backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding, freeride/powder skiing, freeride/powder snowboarding, park & freestyle skiing, park & freestyle snowboarding, randonee, ski mountaineering, telemark skiing
- Manufacturer Warranty
What do you think about this product?
January 30, 2020
So comfortable, so warm!
- I've used it several times
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 5` 4"
- 175 lbs
I bought these for a trip to Antarctica and they performed well. I was on the water multiple times a day, getting wet, (ocean temp was 1 degree above freezing) and in freezing winds, at temps between 25-34, but these pants didn't let anything get past them. Underneath, I had only a standard wool base layer pant, and two pairs of knee socks, but I never had any coldness in my legs, feet or my hind end. I'm short, about 5'4, and a bit overweight and curvy, so I ordered an XL. It was too long of course, but the adjustable bib straps were enough to hike up these pants to the right size, thankfully, and otherwise it fit great with a little room to spare. The pockets are exactly where you'd want them on the thighs and I love that the bib pocket is accessible from a zipper on either side, since there were various backpack and lifejacket straps in my way regularly. As a photographer, I was squatting, bending, and otherwise moving these pants around in a way that isn't normally good for pants that don't have elastic, but because these were bibs, and a bit roomy, they moved with me no problem, they didn't ride up or fall down, and didn't leave any cold "gap" at the waist for freezing ocean water or wind to get into. These aren't part of a sporty, sexy outfit, I must say in honesty, but they are super functional and I never had to pay them any attention whatsoever. No pulling them up after taking pictures in a weird position, no worrying they were in position before being seated on the edge of a wet boat, no worrying I was going to drag them through a pile of penguin guano and no real worry they were going to get soaked through, either. They washed up like a dream when I got home and I didn't even bother wearing the other pair of pants I brought on the trip because these worked so well. In short, warm, dry, fit well, flexible with my movements, pockets right where you want them, and I'm glad I bought them.
November 29, 2019
Hello, I was wondering what the fill weight (g) for insulation is in these pants?
david "killer" hillock
November 29, 2019
Body-mapped, mantle-stretch insulation 60 g/m2/40 g/m2 100% Recycled Polyester.