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The North Face Freedom Bib Pant - Women's

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Freedom Bib Pant

The North Face Freedom Bib Pant blends style, performance, and comfort for your days on the slopes. A DryVent membrane keeps moisture from seeping through and wetting your layers when you find deep stashes while StretchVent gaiters attach to your boots to keep snow from sneaking up your legs. As you make your way up a boot pack or across a technical traverse, inner thigh vents dump excess heat to help keep you comfortable so you can focus on the terrain. The convenient side-entry zipper makes it easy to get the bibs on and off and adjustable suspenders allow you to create a personalized fit to keep you comfortable on the mountain.

  • Weatherproof bibs for comfort and performance on the slopes
  • DryVent fabrication prevents moisture from wetting your layers
  • Adjustable suspenders allow you to create a personalized fit
  • Convenient side-entry zipper enables quick and easy dressing
  • Inner thigh vents dump excess heat to help regulate temperature
  • Reinforced kickpatches provide durable protection against abrasion
  • StretchVent gaiters with gripper elastic keep snow out of the pant
  • Multiple zippered and cargo pockets organize your necessities
  • Item #TNF05HA

Material
[membrane/laminate] DryVent (2-layer), [face fabric] (solids) 100% nylon, (prints) 100% polyester, [lining] 100% polyester, [kickpatches] 500D nylon
Fit
regular
Pockets
1 zippered bib, 2 zippered hand, 2 cargo
Venting
inner-thigh
Waist
belt loops
Bib
adjustable suspenders
Side Zips
yes
Gaiters
StretchVent with gripper elastic and boot hook
Claimed Weight
2lb 1.2oz
Recommended Use
all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding, backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding, freeride/powder skiing, freeride/powder snowboarding, park & freestyle skiing, park & freestyle snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 3

Way too small

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it
Fit:
Runs small

I got a medium thinking it would be plenty of room, since that is a size up for me on the size chart, but I can't even get it over my thighs even with thin pants on.

>Rating: 5

Wore it all season

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
M
Height
5` 7"
Weight
160 lbs

Wore this 4x a week Nov-June this year. It's beat up now but she worked great! Not the warmest, but also not a shell- its lightly lined. Solid low budget bib purchase. For spring backcountry, I wish the vents went longer but I understand these aren't designed for that. Loved the pale blue color. Front pockets were handy for CCs, ski pass, phone (my iPhone 11 fit perfectly snug in the vertical open air one when walking around town), and the leg pants never came open. I love this bib. The shoulder straps never came loose. Wore it to the bars on cold nights too ha Shopping for a new one now that can handle backcountry better.

>Rating: 4

Liked these but ran a bit small

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
Runs small
Size Bought
Medium
Height
5` 6"
Weight
122 lbs

I'm 5'6" in socks, 122 lbs, hips 38", waist 27.5", chest 35" I ordered a small based on reviews online. The small fit like you would want a pair of pants to fit - flattering, hugging rear and hips (with a cotton letting under. It was too tight for activities though (I could have got away with it if someone was loaning me these pants for a day). I need a Medium and anticipate that it will be a bit baggy. I believe the northface measurements include a 38" hip in the Small size, but that's the limit. If you had a 39" hip you would not have been able to wear these - so one nice thing is that the Northface sizing chart seems to be accurate and perhaps, if you're teetering on the edge of two sizes (in terms of hips) size up. I loved the khaki color of these pants and tested them outside in 5 degree F weather just walking around. They insulated very well! When I took them off and tested just the leggings outside, I lasted about 10 seconds. The only thing I didn't like was that you can't easily unzip the back to go to the restroom. I might try the Burton Avalon or Mountain Hardware Firefall Bib.

>Rating:

Are these insulated?

Hi Emily, Unfortunately no they are no insulated. The North face creates the Freedom Insulated pants but not the bibs.