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2012 Bakers are actually 20k/20k!
from tahoe city, ca
Comments about Flylow Baker Bib Pants:
Mid-way through our production cycle we (the guys at flylow) had to make more bibs then we expeceted and our prices went down... so, we put that money back into the product and actually delivered these bibs at 20k/20k... so, they are even better then expected.enjoy.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Seattle, WA
About Me Skier
I've been a GORE snob for the past 6 years. These are by far the best, most water-proof non-Gore pants I've owned. The construction is burly enough to resist most edge slices around the inner cuffs, the fit is just loose enough it's not restricting, but not baggy enough that you look like you should be wearing a tall tee. The bib comes up past your mid-belly to keep you dryer than a camel's back in the middle of the Sahara, even on the deepest of days. HIGHLY recomend these pants to anyone looking for a durable, stylish, and functional bib.
By Tele Paul
About Me Career
Full Disclosure: I'm a Flylow Athlete. I've used Flylow pants for years and strongly believe they are the most functional/durable/stylish pants on the market. The Bib takes all the great design from Flylow's clasic pant and adds the benefit of bibs to keep the snow out even after a couple tomahocks. Huge side vents and inner knee vents allow air flow to cool you down on the skin track or boot back. I use my bibs in all conditions ranging from a wet storm day at Mt. Baker to warm spring days in the Tetons. They truly do it all! I'm 5-9. 155 and I wear a Meduim