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Men's FireFall™ Bib

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Summary

The full coverage waterproof Dry.Q™ construction, strategically mapped Thermal.Q™ insulation and easy in-and-out zip system make this classic technical bib a must have.
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Style# 1756151

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Features & Specs

  • Breathable - -
  • Waterproof Technology - -
  • Weight: - 2 lb 1 oz / 930 g -
  • Good For: - Ski / Snowboard -

Summary

The full coverage waterproof Dry.Q™ construction, strategically mapped Thermal.Q™ insulation and easy in-and-out zip system make this classic technical bib a must have.

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Materials

  • Fabric Body: 140D x 160D 2L Nylon Plain Weave (100% Nylon)
  • Insulation: Thermal.Q™ 40 g/m²

Measurements

  • Inseam: L,R,S
  • Fit: Standard
  • Weight: 2 lb 1 oz / 930 g

    Details

  • Dry.Q waterproof, breathable, seam-sealed 2L construction with mapped Thermal.Q insulation
  • 2 zip thigh pockets each with inner mesh pocket sized for beacon
  • full bib coverage plus jacket powder skirt integration
  • RECCO® avalanche rescue reflector
  • Full-length side zippers
  • Articulated knee

Reviews

Men's FireFall™ Bib is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Pretty good but can use a few improvements First I will say the good stuff. The material and craftsmanship is pretty good this is not a cold weather bib so wear a base layer. I wore them around the 20 degree mark in Colorado (dry cold) and that is the most I would go without a base. I am 5’9” and like the the short cut doesn’t drag when I walk. I love the bib pocket for my phone. It’s not in the way when I adjust bindings and is in a great spot to keep good connectivity with my Bluetooth in my helmet. The lower pockets are closer to your knees so the are also out of your way if putting on snowboard bindings. I like the full zips on the sides but .... And now areas for improvements. You have to set the bottom 2 size zips to your waist so that the top (3rd) zipper doesn’t open up. I have larger traps so it’s hard to zip up the last 3 inches on the sides and the zippers want to open, hence using the lower zippers as a stop. Shouldn’t be an issue for the slip folk. Also, the shoulder suspenders are disappointing. They don’t stay in place as in the straps slide through the buckle and will even come out pretty easy. I will be adding snap buttons but know as the elasticity fades I will need to add more buttons. Hopefully that is a fix for future design by MH.
Date published: 2018-02-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty good Don't typically like Columbia/Mountain hardware pants because they usually seem to have a weird cut for me . At 5'10" 150lbs 30" inseam that's usually not a problem for me with other brands, but I was able to get these in the short, and they fit great. Will be great for skiing, backcountry etc. Just a little bit of insulation is nice and the side zip will be great for backcountry. One nitpick is the overall part should really be able to zip off.
Date published: 2018-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome snow pants These snow pants are great. I took them out ice fishing a couple of times and they kept me warm when the wind chill made the temperature -26 degrees celcius. They also kept me dry when it warmed up and the lake was covered in top water. I was surprised how warm they were, when I got them I was sceptical because of how thin and lightweight they are. Overall they are an awesome pair of snow pants. (This review was collected as part of a promotion.)
Date published: 2018-01-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Comfortably, thin, and fragile Initially I loved these bibs, the fit is excellent and the material repels moisture well (which we need out in the PAC NW!) while remaining breathable. I found the pockets to be excellent but I did find that the straps slip throughout the day. Unfortunately after riding 3 days in bounds the butt of these pants ripped during normal use and I was told in store and on the phone that it was not covered under warranty because the break occurred in the fabric which was a massive disappointment. I don't feel these pants are adequately built or perhaps mine were just thin. Either way be mindful and consider a more heavy duty material.
Date published: 2018-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Bibs Perfect bibs for deep powder days, and the wet days too. I'm 6'1 but the medium/regular fits just fine. I stayed completly dry while skiing at Mt. Bachelor.
Date published: 2018-01-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor fit Nice design. But fit engineering is poor. Ordered a large. I'm 5' 11' and 185 lbs. Bibs are too long, tight in the thigh, crotch, and butt, and through the torso. I only had one base layer on top and bottom. Cannot raise my leg without the pant pulling down on the back of the garment i.e. no articulation. Definite questions about construction/pattern, and sample development prior to production.
Date published: 2018-01-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from tall guy review Bought these for Snowboarding/skiing/sledding. XL Tall was perfect for 6'5" and 35" waist. plenty of flexibility for snowboarding, etc.
Date published: 2018-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Firefall These bib pants were clearly designed by a mountaineer. There allow effortless movement and provider overall protection from the elements. I would highly recommend them to anyone who does winter sports or hikes in cooler temps. I found the fit a bit larger so i sized down. i am 6'2" and 185, I ended up needing a medium.
Date published: 2018-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well done MH! I bought these to ski in, I'm a big guy and always preferred bibs. I have a similar pair in black from a few years ago I liked, got these in the green. Enough but not too much insulation, one day I had to use the side zippers to cool off a bit but the rest of the time they're perfect as is or with a base layer on really cold days (below 30 degrees for me). I'm 6'4" 225 with some seasonal fluctuations with weight (37-40 waist) so I went up a size to a roomy XXL. I could probably fit in an XL long (XL is hit or miss with me) but I don't have a way to try these on before ordering and they're very comfortable as is. Some room for layers never hurts me, and I gain some weight in winter. Used about ten times so far mostly at resorts, these are built very well. Xmas day got buried in powder and these handled it easily. Comfortable and tough enough to make it hard to imagine hurting them. The chest and back portions sit pretty high which I think helps the suspenders stay in place and bite a little less on the shoulders. Highly recommended if you like bibs!
Date published: 2017-12-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Sizing not good for me Was very excited to get this today. I ordered an XL short because I'm stocky. The good: This is yet another really well made MH product. Great weight, just the right amount of insulation. Love the materials. The bad: I couldn't zip the sides up. Anyone ordering an XL short is likely a little round (apologies if you aren't). The waist fit fine (I own 2 other pairs of MH XL short pants that fit me well), but it was really small through the torso. I'd understand tight, but not able to be zipped at all seems like a cut problem if the waist is sized ok. So bummed out these don't fit me, because they're really a nice bib
Date published: 2017-12-27
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