Versatile Bib Ski Pants That Can Be Used In and Out Of Bounds
Flylow Baker Bib
This is the bib that started it all for Flylow. It represents the core of what we're trying to achieve here: skier-designed gear that aims for functionally, durability, versatility, and style. We originally designed this bib because we wanted the do-it-all bib that would be comfortable and usable in any situation in damn-near any mountain range in the world. All these years later, that statement holds true, and thousands of Flylow customers would probably agree—you can't go wrong here.
The Baker Bib is the perfect bib if you like to charge hard at the resort, set the booter up hike-to zones, dip out of the backcountry gate for a lift-assisted lap, and make time for a handful of days on the skintrack. The beauty of the Baker is its versatility. It's equally at home in a tram as it is on a skintrack. It’s not our lightest weight bib but it'll get the job done on the uphill, whether you’re on a hut trip or a dawn patrol lap before work. If you like to ski everywhere at a fairly high level and you want pants that withstand a lot of abuse over the course of a diverse season of skiing, then the Flylow Baker Bib is for you.
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Let’s say you’re on the fence between a bib and a regular pair of ski pants. Some days, you feel like the extra coverage and protection of a bib; other days, you want to go light and simple with a pant. The Compound Bib solves that dilemma in a single, transformable piece. The removable softshell bib top can be zipped on or off depending on your preference for the day. Zip it on if you’re heading out for a backcountry tour and want a bib for layering comfort on the skintrack. Zip it off if you’re heading to the ski area and you don’t want any extra fabric around your midsection. We designed the pants to stay up on their own, without the bib attached, but we also gave you belt loops just in case.
Made from air permeable eVent with Direct Venting™ Expedition fabric, these bibs release heat before you sweat, which helps regulate your temperature whether you’re in a crowded tram or bootpacking a couloir.
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We outlined the Tannen Bib as a solid option for backcountry, and it's the same features we mentioned above that make it a versatile inbounds/out-of-bounds option. The shorter, half-bib cut offers an easier fit through the torso that some might find more comfortable than a traditional bib. The stretch fabric moves with you whether you're riding lifts or setting a skinner.
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Snowman Bib - If you run cold or live in a place that tends to be extra chilly, this insulated bib is a good option for inbounds skiing with the occasional day of touring.
Women's Bibs For In & Out-of-Bounds
There's a reason the Foxy Bib has been one of the most revered bibs in the liftline for years now. The fit is dialed for the modern skier who likes to do it all. The stretchy fabric allows us to make these with a more tailored cut where you need it most, while still offering the mobility you need to to ride lifts or climb mountains. The Foxy is fully waterproof and breathable and perfectly suited for a skintrack or bootpack where your core temperature will heat up.
The goal with this bib is definitely to strike that perfect balance of performance, durability, and style for the skier who does a little bit of everything.
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The Moxie Bib is made with a breathable, hardshell fabric that's reinforced in key areas like the knees and seat. This provides the Moxie the utmost in weather protection and durability, making it more of a resort-oriented bib with a backcountry habit for those days you want to venture out the gates. The main difference between the Moxie and the Foxy is the cut: Whereas the Foxy has a straight-leg, more slim-fitting cut, the Moxie offers a subtly relaxed fit, giving you room for a touch more flexibility in your layering system (in case, you know, you decide to wear two pairs of long underwear).
Think of the Foxy as a 40/60 inbounds to out-of-bounds ratio and the Moxie like a 60/40 inbounds to backcountry. It's a fantastic hardshell bib ski pant for women who get after it all over the mountain.
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Sphynx Bibs - If you're always cold or you live somewhere where ice on your windshield is a common occurrence, then a versatile, insulated bib like the Sphynx could be a good choice for you.