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Storm days may not be the most pleasant days to ride or ski, but most of us are willing to pay the price of snotsicles and frosty beards for free-refills and endless faceshots. Taking the edge off those foul-weathered days, The North Face Men's Anchor Bib Pant combats nuking snow, howling winds, and chest-deep powder with a waterproof, breathable, and fully taped construction. And when you need to let a little heat escape after back-to-back-to-back pow laps, just open up the two inner thigh vents and let your gams breathe. The suspenders are adjustable, so you don't have to deal with a wedgie all day, and the addition of belt loops give you the option of throwing a belt on these bibs, if you should feel so inclined. The North Face gave these pants a relaxed fit, which is slightly baggier through the thighs and knees, so no one mistakes you for one of those Lycra-clad rando racers.
  • Winter-worthy bibs for skiing or snowboarding
  • Waterproof and breathable shell with fully taped seams
  • Inner-thigh zips ventilate on warmer days
  • Internal gaiter grips tightly around boots
  • Suspenders can be adjusted for a personalized fit
  • Relaxed fit is baggier through the thigh and knees
  • Item #TNF02L8

Tech Specs

[membrane/laminate] DryVent (2-layer), [face fabric] 100% nylon
fully sealed
1 chest, 2 cargo
zippered inner thigh with mesh
belt loops
Claimed Weight
1 lb 15.4 oz
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty

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Wonderful bibs! Totally converted!

    Just used the bibs over the weekend. Boarded in deep powder with snow falling throughout the weekend. Winds were whipping, especially at the top of the mountain and on the lifts. Even though these bibs are not thickly insulated, I stayed warm the whole time. I did not even treat the fabric, as I usually do with new pants/overalls. Didn't need to. I stayed completely dry. When I wiped out in powder, I never had to worry about snow getting into my core! And perhaps best of all, I felt completely flexible in the overalls. Bending over to click bindings, getting up from a fall, crouching and bending in turns--I was completely free to move without a tight waistband or belt constricting me in the middle. For those who might prefer to have a tighter middle, the bibs do have belt loops as well.
    Put it this way: I do not think I will ever wear pants on the snow again. I am a total convert to the bibs!

    Bucks in Bibs

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium short

    I just read the previous review. I'm 5ft 8in and 175 lbs. I bought the medium short inseam version 5 yrs ago. Perfect for my 30 inch inseam. Suspenders adjustment helps also. I've skied 20-40 days a year in minus 40 windchill factors and also in enviable spring conditions. My wallet goes in the left zippered cargo pocket, my phone in the right, and the car keys in the zippered kangaroo chest pouch for quick access. I recently bought another bib made from gore tex pro 3L. It is not as warm, and more expensive. Anchor Bibs? Roomy, pragmatic design takes a lickin and keeps on skiing.

    Used for 2 seasons, Phenomenal Bibs

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: Medium

    So to start, I bought a set of these bibs in Utility Brown, size medium, regular length (which is supposedly a 31 inseam) just after New Years 2014. I'm 5'9" ~165lbs. I ski in Vermont and have put these through everything from 10 degrees and windy to 34 degrees and raining. I'll break it down below.

    Size: These seem a little long to me for a medium, and are most certainly longer than 31". The length isn't a big deal when I'm skiing but is a little annoying when I'm walking around in boots to snowblow the driveway, go out taking photos, or from the lifts to the lodge. There is enough room however to comfortably wear a heavy base layer underneath (as they're not insulated).

    Weatherproofing: Like I said, I've had these in the extreme cold with a thick baselayer and in the rain, and they've been bulletproof. I've stayed dry and warm regardless of the weather, and the windproofing is very good.

    Durability: I have wiped out, been hit by a snowboarder, and worn these to work outside in the snow and they don't seem to have a mark on them. They've gotten those black greasy drips from the chairlift all over them in the spring and they washed right off with some NikWax.

    Especially at their price point I think it would be hard to find something better, but keep in mind they're a bit longer than indicated.