- Tobiko 1 of 5
- Chilli 2 of 5
- Utility Green 3 of 5
- Black 4 of 5
- Back View (Tobiko) 5 of 5
- Bib pants offer extra coverage, protecting against billowing snow, high winds and unexpected exposure
- Rugged Gore-Tex® Pro fabric is tough, extremely breathable and durably waterproof and windproof
- Bib design features side zippers that can be opened for ventilation, and they also provide a drop-seat function for bathroom breaks; long front zipper adds versatility
- Comfortable, adjustable suspenders let you dial in the fit and make pit stops easy; suspenders attach to the front of the bibs
- Embedded RECCO® reflector enhances radio signals from search-and-rescue RECCO detectors, helping speed up the search for a buried avalanche victim
- Hidden elastic waistband adds comfort and polyester lining traps warmth and is smooth for easy layering
- Sturdy Cordura® nylon powder cuffs and hardy Keprotec® instep patches have exceptional abrasion resistance from buckles, boots and skis
- Stretch boot gaiters prevent snow from getting down into your boots, even in deep snow
- Includes large-volume dual thigh pockets and chest pockets with WaterTight™ zippers and molded zipper garages
- Expedition fit is a larger cut that accommodates multiple layers without binding or restricting movement
|Best use||Downhill skiing, Snowboarding, Backcountry skiing|
|Lining fabric||Polyester tricot|
|Type of waterproofing||Gore-Tex Pro 3-layer waterproof breathable laminate|
|Side cargo pockets||Yes|
|Inseam (in.)||32 inches|
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Dec 18, 2014Poor Quality - Lasted one sesonVery disappointing performance from Arc'teryx. After one long season the pants started to leek water, delaminate and the seams fell apart. I have number of their products that work well and ...
Read More Very disappointing performance from Arc'teryx. After one long season the pants started to leek water, delaminate and the seams fell apart. I have number of their products that work well and this is first one that fell apart. To make it worst Arc'teryx refused to replace the product. For the company that makes great equipment this is sub standard, and if you are considering these as your next purchase, look closely at other options out there. At this price point you can get much better performance from other manufacturers - who will stand by they guarantee.