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- You've been talking about going big—now there's a bib that can help you get there. The Super Alpine Bib craves challenging climbs and exciting expeditions, just like you.
- GORE-TEX® Pro Shell utilizes three-layer construction to keep you comfortably warm and dry by delivering durable, lightweight, wind- and water-proof protection while still remaining breathable.
- Reinforced panels in high-abrasion areas for increased durability.
- DWR (durable water repellent) finish sheds moisture.
- Micro-grid interior promotes breathability.
- Two harness-friendly zip chest pockets and two thigh pockets.
- Full-length side zips allow for a drop seat.
- Articulated seat and knees increase range of motion.
- Ski boot-compatible lower leg features an internal gaiter, scuff guard, drawcord adjustment and tie-down loops.
- Slim Zip construction features coated, watertight zippers for reduced weight and bulk.
- GORE-TEX® Pro 3L 100% nylon.
- Machine wash warm, tumble dry low.
- Waist Measurement: 46 in
- Outseam: 46 in
- Inseam: 32 in
- Front Rise: 24 in
- Back Rise: 20 in
- Leg Opening: 20 in
- Product measurements were taken using size MD (31-33" Waist), inseam 32. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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