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Mammut - Stoney HS Bib Pant - Men's

Mammut Stoney HS Bib Pant - Men's

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Tech Specs

[membrane/laminate] polyurethane, [face fabric] polyamide, [backing fabric] polyester
Waterproof Rating:
Breathability Rating:
fully sealed
2 thigh, 1 bib
Claimed Weight:
1lb 7.2oz
Recommended Use:
skiing, snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty:

Stoney HS Bib Pant

There are some days when it just doesn't stop dumping. When you need coverage and comfort that can keep up with all those free refills you're getting, reach for the Mammut Stoney HS Bib Pant. Perfect for deep days at the resort or in the backcountry, these bibs feature the stretchy and waterproof Mammut DRYTechnology fabric. With it you'll have shelter from the storm and the movement you need to bounce through powder lines, all with breathable performance and comfort. Inner-thigh vents let in cool air when you work up a sweat, while gaiters at the ankle ensure that deep snow doesn't creep into your boots. The bib style gives you more coverage and insurance when you're floating through waist deep powder, and a pocket in the chest has a special loop for your beacon when you're trekking deep into the backcountry. At the leg cuffs you've got Cordura reinforcements to resist abrasion from sharp ski edges, and on that same front you have adjustable leg widths that pull in tightly to lessen the chances of accidental tearing from crampons on backcountry expeditions.

  • Rip the resort thentrek into the backcountry with this bib pant
  • Waterproof fabric offers weather protection and a comfortable flex
  • Inner leg vents let you cool down after treks to higher lines
  • Keep snow out when you're riding deep with the stretchy boot gaiters
  • Reinforced cuffs and adjustable leg widths prevent crampon damage
  • Special beacon pocket at the chest helps you stay prepared
  • U-shaped front zipper is easy to use with gloves on
  • Low-fixed bib provides comfortable protection from waist-deep snow

Very excited but sizing RUNS SMALL

  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: 32

Picked up these bibs over the summer, so haven't tried them on the snow yet. I'm pretty excited.

Guidance on sizing. These bibs RUN SMALL. I wear Levis jeans with a 30" waist that fit loose and comfortably on my hips with a belt. I ended up getting these bibs in a 32" waist, and they fit very well.

Great Pants!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: 30

I was interested in a bib pant, did quite a bit of looking around to find something with the right fit. I finally went ahead and purchased these, and I've been extremely happy with them so far. The fit is a bit more slim, but overall fits true to size. I love the material of the pant, the Mammut DRYTechnology fabric is what really sold me on these - super lightweight, extremely flexible, and waterproof - perfect for resort skiing or touring. The length of the pant is also ideal as it does not get stuck in my bindings. 10/10 great ski pant for all weather skiing. Definitely recommend!

Great bib, too slim

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: 32

I bought a pair for my cousin, who had me return them as they were too tight on his thighs. He is a 30 waist, so i opted for the 32, but even that was too tight. We will try the 36 and see out it fits.

Great Ski Pants

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

These are great ski pants. Very warm. They are not baggy, but at the same time they are not overly slim. They did fit a little tight in the waist area, and they are a little bit slimmer, but not quite a slim fit. The quality of the material is great and these will keep you warm when not alot of other pants will.

How water proof are they? Have you toured in them? Wanting something for both lifts and backcountry.