Why We Like The Ridge Bib Pant
Whether we're dropping into a chute or cruising through a wide-open gully, the Orage Ridge Bib Pants are ready for the adventure. With a waterproof, breathable membrane that keeps snow from soaking our baselayers without trapping in perspiration, these pants keep us dry and comfortable throughout a long day of fun.
- Bib pants for skiing and snowboarding in chilly weather
- Prime 10 membrane seals out water but allows vapor through
- Lightweight Warm Si insulation aids in heat retention
- Vents release excess heat and vapor
- Elastic grippers seal out snow at the ankle gaiters
- Item #ORGV67B
- [membrane/laminate] Prime 10, [face fabric] 82% polyester, 18% Sorona, DWR coating
- 60g / 40g Warm Si
- critical seams sealed
- [small] 31.5in
- 2 hand, 1 zippered bib
- 2-way zippers
- belt loops
- full bib, adjustable elastic suspenders
- integrated, elastic
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
- ski, snowboard
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September 12, 2023
Missed the mark
- I returned this product before using it
- Size Bought:
- 5' 9"
I was excited to get these bibs. They do run a tad large-I should have went with a medium. I was willing to overlook the roominess until I discovered that I'd have to do the old style strip down to go to the bathroom. As a ski instructor, I do not have time to sit and fiddle in the bathroom and take layers off so that I can use the restroom. It is unfortunate because I liked everything else about these bibs!! So back they go. Keep that in mind when purchasing--if you don't mind the inconvenience of having to take layers off, these are well worth the money. But because so many other brands offer flexibility for bathroom breaks, Orage needs to take this one back to the drawing board for a revamp! (As a side note, the straps may be stretchy enough to give you the room needed for a bathroom break, but because the strap is a straight through feed, if you pull too hard and completely lose the strap, you will be taking everything off to find the strap and fish it back over your shoulder anyway).
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