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Seek unconventional heights.
Mountain Hardware's designers weren't messing around when they created the CloudSeeker Bib Pant. Admittedly a bit unconventional, but maybe revolutionary, the Cloudseeker approaches a bib with a whole new outlook, eliminating suspenders entirely, and instead offering you two separate pieces that lace together at the waist with a belt. A perfect option for those who crave extra warmth and versatility, this new approach to a bib will keep your core toastier than before, and seal the gap for snow to creep up and cause a chill.
The vest features lightweight softshell material that insulates and keeps you toasty, and has several pockets for stowing goggles, media, and other essentials. On the inside of the vest you'll find three rows of belt loops that integrate with the belt loops from the pants to weave into one piece. With three rows of options, it's easy to find the right height to lock things together for skiers of a variety of heights. The pants are made from burly 60D Air Perm softshell, and seal out the elements to keep you dry. Between the pants and jacket you'll find storage for just about anything you want to bring along, from beacon and snow study kit, to PB&Js and gummy bears.
- A new approach to bibs to insulate your core
- Lightweight softshell material repels water and wind
- RECCO technology sends your location with radar
- Adjustable waist belt keeps up your britches
- Vest and pant can be worn separately
- Vest and pant integration through belt loops seal out elements
- Ample pockets for beacons, PB&J's, and other essentials
- Q & A
Stylish all mountain bib
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
I tried these bibs on and they fit perfect. Great design! I have never seen a ski pant/bib with an attached and removable vest-awesome! Love the fact that I can wear the vest as a layer for hiking and on camping or river trips for those cool evenings.
Big fan of this design. The bib material is much more mobile and, being thin, works great for layering. I typically go base layer, bib, waffle knit hoodie then shell.