Mountain Hardwear Hestia Bib
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Mountain Hardwear: Men's Hestia Bib: Ultra-durable protection for high-abrasion wet and cold environments. Our instant-on Dry.Q Elite waterproof/breathable technology is incredibly effective at reducing interior humidity, keeping you dry without the clamminess of traditional bibs. Full bib with adjustable suspenders, zip chest pocket and side entry zipper for easy on/off Abrasion-resistant scuff guard for extra protection Internal snow gaiter
- Mountain Hardwear
When it comes to several feet of fresh fluff, nothing keeps you dry and protected like a full bib. Suit up in the Mountain Hardwear Men's Hestia Bib Pant for full powder protection plus the advanced performance of the Dry.Q Elite shell fabric. Unlike most waterproof/breathable shells, the Dry.Q Elite doesn't require perspiration to trigger the breathability, which means you'll stay dry and comfortable from the first set of turns to the last.
Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Men's Hestia Bib DECENT FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Men's Hestia Bib Full bib with adjustable suspenders, zip chest pocket and side entry zipper for easy on/off Full length side zippers Abrasion-resistant scuff guard for extra protection Internal snow gaiter The SPECS Average Weight: 1 lb 10 oz / 737 g Inseam: 32in. / 81 cm Body: 2L Dobby (100% nylon)
The Hestia Bib from Mountain Hardwear is for when you're really getting down in rugged conditions. Ultra-durable, abrasion-resistant scuff guards keep these bibs together when you're hitting the slopes hard. Super-breathable Dry.Q Elite fabric is waterproof and starts adjusting your core temp in addition to full length side zippers. Internal snow gaiters keep the snow from creeping up your leg.
- Mountain Gear