Holden Wittlake Bib Pants

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Scott Wittlake lives near the base of Mt. Baker, one of the most inclement ski areas in the world. On any given day, he finds himself in burly whiteout weather, torrential rain, or right smack in the middle of a super epic, bluebird day. Scotty wanted pants to combat whatever winter could bring to the plate, so he partnered up with Holden to co-design the Holden Wittlake Bib Pants and pack them with all the functional features that only someone who rides 150+ days a year could imagine. Gear by riders for riders.

Product Details

Face Fabric

20K Stretch TwillThis 100% polyester twill is a favorite because of its exceptional durability and dynamic stretch properties. A mid-weight fabric featuring a high performance solvent free lamination specked with 20K waterproofness. Its 80/20 PFOA-free water repellency treatment drastically limits that harmful emissions caused by traditional DWR (durable water repellent) applications.

Lining Material

Recycled poly lining

Taffeta LiningThis recycled polyester taffeta is manufactured with a smooth, comfortable hand feel, and exceptional wicking qualities.

Target insulation - Brushed and tricot seat and waistband facing


External radio pocket with antenna eyelet

Internal stretch transceiver pocket

Brushed tricot handwarmer pockets

2 waist


Inner Thigh Vents


The Summit CollectionProducts at the top Holden's winter collection are built to stay outside when most others head inside. Designed to work at the top of the mountain, 20,000 mm waterproof fully featured designs are made without compromise for those who want to decide for themselves when it's time to head home or stay out and get the goods.

YKK® Aquaguard zips

Gusseted Crotch

Fully sealed seams

Stretch boot gaiters

External waist adjustment system

Double layer heel hem

Genuine leather reinforced bottom hem


  • Material: Polyester
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 20000
  • Breathability (g): 20000
  • Insulation: No Insulation
  • Seam Sealing: Fully Taped
  • Bibs: Yes
  • Suspenders: Yes
  • Beltloops: No
  • Athletes: Scotty Wittlake
  • Warranty: 1 Year
  • Series: Summit



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Holden Wittlake Bib Pants

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Not for me


from Sacramento

Verified Buyer


  • Attractive Design
  • Quality Material


  • Irregular Fit
  • Uncomfortable

Best Uses

    Comments about Holden Wittlake Bib Pants:

    Although it looks good. The fit is very weird. Small on top and large on the bottom. It also has this side zipper where I feel like I am putting on a tight lady's dress. :)

    Anyway, I tried both size medium and large. It didn't feel right for me.

    • Waist:
    • Feels too small
    • Inseam:
    • Feels true to length
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

    Almost Perfect


    from Davis, CA

    Verified Buyer


    • Attractive Design
    • Comfortable
    • Great Fit
    • Quality Material


    • Small Zipper Opening

    Best Uses

      Comments about Holden Wittlake Bib Pants:

      I prefer snow pants with suspenders/bibs and I got these as a gift. The material is great, the pockets on the bib are handy, the only problem I encountered was the function of the zipper. Skiers and boarders usually wear a base layer under their snow pants and when I attempted to go to the bathroom, my hand couldn't even fit through the zipper to dig through my other layer and pull out my friend for a leak. This necessitated me basically undressing to take a leak. I still like the pants though.

      • Waist:
      • Feels true to size
      • Inseam:
      • Feels too short
      • Was this a gift?:
      • Yes

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