Tamok Gore-Tex Pro Bib Pant
From glorious storm skiing to slushy spring days, Norrona's Tamok Gore-Tex Pro Bib Pant will keep you dry so you can keep ripping runs from first chair to last. Built with a classic and highly functional workwear overall design, you've got great coverage whether you're sitting on the snowy lift or ripping skins during a transition. Their 3-layer Gore-Tex Pro construction guarantees waterproof, breathable performance, and with fully sealed seams you know you're staying dry. The Tamok Bib provides you with a plethora of spacious pockets for stashing snacks or trail maps, as well as zippered vents to prevent you from over-heating. A full-length side zip makes for easy off at the end of the day, but if you feel like wearing them après-ski, you can narrow the leg to reduce bulk with the handy cuff snaps that Norrona thoughtfully included.
- A highly-functional bib for riding in wet, snowy conditions
- Gore-Tex Pro delivers waterproof protection that's highly breathable
- Four-way stretch back panel provides mobility and ventilation
- Mesh-lined zip vents help you dump heat during a bootpack or skin
- Reinforced cuffs defend against sharp crampons or ski edges
- Spacious zippered pockets provide plenty of storage space
- Norrona invests in ethically sourced materials to reduce environmental impact
- Item #NRA00I5
- [membrane/laminate] Gore-Tex Pro (3-layer), [face fabric] 200D recycled nylon, Bluesign approved
- Waterproof Rating
- fully sealed
- 2 zippered thigh, 1 zippered chest, 1 zippered key
- mesh-lined zips
- adjustable suspenders
- full front
- Side Zips
- Claimed Weight
- 1lb 7.2oz
- Recommended Use
- all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding, backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 5 years
What do you think about this product?
December 18, 2019
Comfy but runs large
- I returned this product before using it
- Runs large
- Size Bought
- 5` 7"
- 134 lbs
the pants are comfortable and look pretty nice but it was running long for me. Because of the long legs, the articulated kneeds where more sitting at my chins which means when bending down didn't feel good. There are a few other things that I didn't like so much but I could have lived with those. E.g. there is only one zipper so if nature calls, it seems quite awkward or one needs to undress. I was also wondering about the water resistance of those side zipper.