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Armada Vision Stretch Bib Pant - Men's

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Item #ARM00HB
Past season color

Quantity:
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Tech Specs

Material:
100% polyester, DWR finish
Waterproof Rating:
10,000mm
Breathability Rating:
10,000 g/m²
Seams:
fully sealed
Fit:
regular
Pockets:
1 chest, 2 hand, 2 thigh
Venting:
inner thigh
Bib:
yes
Side Zips:
ankle gussets
Gaiters:
yes
Recommended Use:
all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding, park & freestyle skiing, park & freestyle snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty:
limited lifetime

Vision Stretch Bib Pant

Start brappin' your engines boys, it's time to head out. Strap up in the Armada Vision Stretch Bib and lead the gang out to your favorite backcountry zone for a day of building and hitting. Its waterproof, breathable membrane keeps you comfy when you're building jumps under snowfall. The inner-thigh vents help you stay cool as you build and the reinforced boot gaiters protect from wear and tear as you move about. When it's time to hit the jump, stretch material is designed to help you reach the grab and stomp the landing, but in case you totally tomahawk the pant-to-jacket integration helps keep out the snow.

  • A bib designed for powder days
  • 10K waterproofing keeps you protected in powder
  • Breathable membrane helps regulate body temperature
  • Stretch material gives you freedom of movement
  • Inner thigh venting lets you cool down when you heat up
  • Reinforced boot gaiters to protect from wear against boots
  • Pant-to-jacket snap interface to seal out snow
  • Moderately tailored design keeps you sleek
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

does the chest pocket have a zipper or just velcro?

Hello Nancy,



It looks to be just Velcro closure for that front chest pocket.



Cheers,

Henry S.

Armada

Men's Apparel & Outerwear
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Chest

34 - 35in

(86 - 89cm)

36 - 37in

(92 - 94cm)

38 - 39in

(97 - 99cm)

40 - 41in

(102 - 104cm)

42 - 44in

(107 - 109cm)

45 - 49in

(113 - 125cm)

Sleeve

30 - 31in

(76 - 79cm)

32 - 33in

(81 - 84cm)

34 - 35in

(86 - 89cm)

35 - 36in

(89 - 91cm)

36 - 37in

(91 - 94cm)

36 - 37in

(91 - 94cm)

Waist

28 - 30in

(71 - 76cm)

30 - 32in

(76 - 81cm)

32 - 34in

(81 - 86cm)

34 - 36in

(86 - 91cm)

36 - 38in

(91 - 97cm)

38 - 40in

(97 - 102cm)

Inseam

26 - 28in

(66 - 71cm)

28 - 30in

(72 - 76cm)

30 - 31in

(77 - 79cm)

32 - 33in

(81 - 84cm)

33 - 34in

(85 - 87cm)

33 - 34in

(85 - 87cm)

How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
Waist:
Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose. In most pants, waist size doesn’t correspond to any measurement of your actual waist, or where you wear your pants. Waist sizes on pants still generally coordinate with where people wore their pants back in the day, and that’s just below your belly button. Today, pants are generally worn on the high-hip, the widest area of the seat, where your femur ends. All this said, the difference between where you likely wear your pants and your listed pant size usually isn’t more than an inch and a half. So if your high-hip measures 34, you’re in the neighborhood of a 33 size pant.
Chest:
Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest. The tape measure should be snug, not loose enough to slide off but not so tight that it jams up your breathing. Lower your arms, take a breath and see what the tape tells you.
Inseam:
Using pants that fit well, measure the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg.
Sleeve:
Measure from the middle of your neck to your wrist bone. Use one hand to line up the tape end with the bone sticking out on the back end of your neck and let the tape drop over your shoulder and down your arm so you can see where the wrist lays.