If you get buzzed over the pursuit of technical first descents, trust the Arc'teryx Men's Stinger Bib Pant to look after your lower extremities. Rough and tumble nylon wears a smooth poker face but can stand up to the abuse of weeklong tours and days full of nothing but tricks and flips and cliffs. Gore-Tex Pro fabric is guaranteed waterproof, guaranteed breathable, and stands up to all the daily abuse you can dish out. With the bib's streamlined Expedition fit, extra high bib, and large-volume thigh pockets, you'll be making first tracks in that honey bucket of a couloir before anyone at work notices you've flown the hive. Extra-large nylon yarns are tightly woven together to create a slick, abrasion-resistant surface. It's not non-stop squats and extra-large thighs that cause this bib to whisper while you walk. Nylon is rigid, and per the Arc'teryx engineers, a little rasp for your rail-riding means your pants are almost as tough as you are. The Gore-Tex Pro 3L laminate lets hot air escape without letting the snowfall it. When you're kicking your way up the mountain, side zips open up for rapid cooling or simply to show a little leg. Anatomical design and articulated knees give you freedom of movement for easier uphill charges. The ergonomic 3-dimensional patterning lets you layer as needed without puffing out the pant profile. Kaprotec instep guards and Cordura cuffs protect the pant from crampon teeth, boot bruises, and sharp edges. The bib gives your belly a bit more protection than a jacket alone, and all but eliminate the chances you'll share a, um, vertical grin with your ski buddies.
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