Designed with a freeride influence yet filled with elements that perform in the backcountry, The North Face Women's Ceptor Bib Pant offers versatility and protection on the deepest, most epic days of the season. This full-coverage bib boasts a 3-layer waterproof membrane to shed outside moisture and block gusting wind, but remains impressively breathable so you don't end up with sweat-soaked baselayers at the top of the skin track, or after booting up to hit the kicker that you just built. To further your ability to stay cool and comfortable when you're working hard, large inner thigh vents allow you to easily let some air flow. The Ceptor has all the features that you want for a day of shredding technical lines, with nothing unnecessary that'll weigh you down and hold you back. A full lineup of pockets means you'll always have a place to stow your on-mountain essentials, and stretch boot gaiters ensure that the powder stays under your sticks and not in your boots. In case your day involves strapping on some crampons to boot up a steep chute, the reinforced scuff guards will protect your pants from cuts and snags. All of this comes with a regular fit to keep you comfortable and mobile, whether you're riding the lift or working for your turns.
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