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S/Lab QST GORE-TEX Pro Bib - Men's

1 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Color:Deep Black


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Why We Like The Salomon S/Lab QST GORE-TEX Pro Bib

Designed to outlast, the Salomon S/Lab QST GORE-TEX Pro Bib thrives in the backcountry and at the resort. These burly bibs boast a GORE-TEX Pro 3-layer laminate that works to keep us dry from sweat, covered from the weather, and intact after snagging on trees and rocks. Backing up this excellent coverage is a beacon specific bib pocket, adjustable shoulder straps for comfort, and Cordura kick patches that offer impressive longevity.


  • Ski and snowboard bibs designed for riders in the big time
  • 3-Layer GORE-TEX Pro offers waterproof and breathable coverage
  • Fully sealed seams prevent moisture from sneaking in
  • Adjustable waist and suspenders lock in your ideal fit every time
  • Cordura reinforcement in key areas adds longevity and durability
  • Multitude of ski- and ride-specific pockets keep you organized
  • Item #SALZAJI
[membrane/laminate] GORE-TEX Pro (3-layer), DWR treatment, [bib insert] 85% nylon, 15% nylon
Waterproof Rating
fully sealed
2 zippered hand, 2 zippered thigh, 1 zippered chest
side zippers
hook-and-loop tabs, belt loops
Cuff Closure
Claimed Weight
1lb 10.5oz
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 3 year
skiing, snowboarding

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1 out of 5 stars

January 22, 2024

False Advertising, Life Threatening Issu

I've used it several times
Size Bought:
Medium and Small
5' 11"

am furious for Salomon for releasing this product, especially under the 'S/Lab' line which is meant to be the highest possible. My first pair broke in the same exact spot, had the same ridiculous sizing issues, and are NOT the items pictured on the website. First the zipper's teeth break under normal use, in fact the two pairs of these I've had broke the very first time I used them. Both pair, first use. This isn't a one off issue, the zippers selected for these $600 pair of pants are some of the cheapest, most fragile, crappy plastic zips I've ever seen. Guess what happens when a single tooth snaps off the zipper? They can't be opened. Guess what goes in the pockets of hardshell touring bibs? A avalanche beacon, a life saving device that if unable to be reached could result in someone's death. This is absolutely unacceptable and Salomon should be recalling all of these bibs immediately. Second is the sizing, measured from cuff to top of the suspenders (when the velcro on the suspender is on its shortest setting and under no tension) is 63" on a size SMALL. I am 5'11" and from my ankle to shoulder measures 57". That means on the tightest setting these bibs have 6" of slack just hanging there. Completely unusable. In fact the medium pair had the exact same length suspenders, and an even larger misfit. I had to double the suspenders up and tie them off to be able to keep them up. I used the sizing chart, and even sized down after the first pair was warrantied. Again, these are $600 pants, they should be using size specific suspenders for that insane cost. Third is the fact the the pants pictured online are not the ones they sent. The suspenders online don't use velcro, they use an adjustable strap buckle along with having a piece where they overlap in the back to keep the straps from getting tangled. The product sent uses cheap velcro and does not have the attaching piece in the back of the suspenders. Salomon is falsely marketing these as something completely different than the actual shipped product, what a scummy move. I highly encourage Salomon to recall these pants. Again the first issue of zippers breaking so easily could result in someone not being able to access their avalanche beacon. This is not some trivial issue, these pants are being used for backcountry touring and if someone isn't able to access their beacon because Salomon decided to save a few bucks on zippers that is a serious liability.

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