Hard core freeriders who live for powder days, look no further. The Arc'teryx Sabre Full Bib Pant offers bomber durability, light insulation, a bib that gives you extra warmth at your core and keeps out snow, and Keprotec® protection from edges at your pant cuffs. Articulation through the knees and seat plus a relaxed fit let you move the way you want all day long.
N80p-X GORE-TEX® + 3L Lo-Loft Soft Shell Construction This material has a hard shell look and durability with an exceptionally durable plain weave Nylon face with high resistance to abrasion. Dense construction minimizes the exposure of yarns to abrasive contact, reducing damage to filaments and maintaining surface integrity. The long of the shot of it is: Lightweight, durable, with excellent water repellency. DWR (Durable Water Repellent) Finish.
GORE-TEX® Waterproof / breathable membrane
Relaxed Fit Leaves plenty of room for layering and movement
Two large cargo pockets on thigh
Zippered pocket on bib front
Double zipper venting with entry on one side
Crossback suspenders provide comfort and easy movement
Keprotec® insteps protect against edges and bindings
RECCO® reflector aids in emergency location, powder cuffs fit over boots
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Comments about Arc'teryx Sabre Full Bib Pants:
This is the first pair of bibs I have owned, and I plan on it being the only pair of pants I need for years to come. I've always loved Arc'Teryx's attention to detail and high quality materials, but wasn't a fan of the techy alpinist fit. The Sabre is way more baggy. I'm 6' 175 lbs and the large is plenty big for me. I thought I would have been XL, but those are down right huge. I ski these in resort on the deepest days and take them touring occasionally as well. If I wanted more of a fitted look with no extra fabric, I would get a medium in these, but for me, I like the baggier fit. The fabric on these is awesome. Soft to the touch with a nice "insulated" backer, that I would not call insulated at all, just soft to the touch. I wear these in the northwest where all I want is a shell. The extra room and big side zips in these very articulated pants works well for my knee braces as well.