Ultimate coverage and weather-proofing.
We'll admit, when it comes to killer bibs that are built for shredding, your options are limited, but when your options include the the Burton AK Freebird 3L Gore-Tex Bib Pant, there may not really be any reason to look further. A lightweight three-layer Gore-Tex Pro construction and articulated fit offer protection from the foulest weather imaginable, while still giving you all the mobility you need for sledding, skinning, and sending it.
Three-layer Gore-Tex Pro fabric is super-tough, yet incredibly lightweight to resist rips and tears, and it's guaranteed waterproof and breathable for ultimate protection from the elements. Fully taped seams with Gore seam tape prevent moisture from seeping in through the cracks. The AK fit features engineered articulation to allow for total freedom of movement, and it allows room to layer underneath to fine-tune your level of insulation, without being baggy or bulky.
Zippered inseam vents dump heat when you're huffing it to the peak, and bib styling with adjustable suspenders ensures you don't get any snow down your pants when you tomahawk through powder. Microfleece lining at the fly and waistband keeps you comfy throughout the day. Boot gaiters with cuff-to-boot interface keep your feet dry, and and the reinforced kick-patches at the ankles further enhance durability for skinning or sledding.
- Gore-Tex Pro 3-layer membrane
- Fully taped seams with Gore-Tape
- AK Fit
- YKK matte water-resistant zippers
- Zippered inner-thigh vents
- Boot gaiters
- Abrasion-resistant kick patches
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3L Freebird Bib Resin
Super quality, super steez
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Fit: Runs large
A high quality, well thought out product that approaches but falls short of perfection for the intended application.
Super comfortable, bomber bibs with well thought out features but just a tad too bulky and heavy for serious alpine endeavors. If you're a split boarder or do just a lot of touring these will be fine but there was just a tad too much material for my taste as I'm planning on using them for splitboard mountaineering and some alpine climbing.
Overall all I would recommend these over and above the patagonia primo or the arcteryx stinger. These bibs put both of those products to shame.