Many bibs are created purely for ski mountaineering. And yeah, our bibs can handle alpine ascents, but they also fit loose and are comfortable enough to rock the resort or the aprs-ski scene. Theyve got three-layer waterproof fabric, ample pocket storage for maps and essential gear, Cordura reinforcements to deflect rips, and big inner and outer thigh vents for sweaty climbs.
  • 3-layer nylon Intuitive fabric
  • 100% Nylon
  • 20k/20k waterproof breathable membrane
  • 1000 denier Cordura reinforcements
  • Kangaroo chest pouch

Sku: fly-m-baker-bib-g2-bw-xs

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East Side
  • How long have you owned this product? 2 years
  • What is your outdoor experience level? Expert
  • How did this product fit? True to size

Bomber Bibs!

These bibs are awesome. I used them 2016/2017 season in the Sierras during the record breaking season and never was I cold, or wet. I used them in the resort as well as the backcountry and would recommend these to anyone looking fir a bib. Beats pants any day. I'm 6'4" and got the large tall and they fit great!

Sierra Nevadas
  • How long have you owned this product? 2 years
  • What is your outdoor experience level? Intermediate
  • How did this product fit? True to size

If Carhartt made ski bibs....

These are essentially the FlyLow Chemical pants in bib form. They are easily one of the toughest pieces of snow clothing I have seen. I see some people move effortlessly through the backcountry and resort without breaking a sweat or getting their gear dirty. That's not me. These are a go anywhere, do anything, overbuilt bib that can be worn from deep mid-winter days, to spring laps in the backcountry. The dedicated beacon pocket on the chest is a really nice touch.

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