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The big-mountain, bad-ass is bringin’ back bibs baby. Crafted to fend off epic amounts of snow on the globe’s most gnarly terrain, the Quiksilver Travis Rice Bib Pant is a no-holds-barred barrier against the elements. What makes these different from other bibs? The removable bib converts them to regular pants when the snow isn’t piling up.

  • Brushed tricot knee and seat provides comfort and a little extra warmth where you need it
  • Loose fit doesn�t scrunch your junk
  • Mesh lining throughout pant maximizes comfort and wicks moisture
  • Cuff saver cinch system prolongs the life of the pant hem
  • Powder skirt attachment loops connect to Quiksilver jackets
  • Travis Hydromark embroidery shows your respect for the man himself

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2 5

Good look, low function

After using these pants for two days I am not very pleased. I really liked the look and style of the pants with bibs attachment. However after about 3 hours riding my snowmobile in mixed rain and snow my butt was essentially soaking wet. I bought these pants to stay completely dry while in the snow and I assumed 20k with taped seams would do it but somehow these pants did not repel snow or water and after only a short amount of time (not 66 feet on 24 hours) I was wet in the butt and the sides of my legs. I expected a much better protection for 200 dollars. However Dogfunk is awesome and the return policy is as well. Will continue to use dogfunk for my snow gear and I love my special blend jacket that was 10k but worked just as well or better than these pants.

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Bummed about your experience with these pants. I'd like to see how they perform when it wasn't raining.They're only water resistant, not water proof.
Were they soaked through? The heavy nylon twill may look wet, but not soak through.

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Same problem here. Dry and cold (minus zero) snow day and still they soak all the way through on the butt and legs. Not what happens with any of my 15K technical pieces.