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Patagonia Men's Dual Aspect Bibs for Alpine Climbing

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Patagonia Men's Dual Aspect Bibs for Alpine Climbing

3.7/5
March 11, 2022

Not adjustable

Positives: Light weight Awesome movement for hard shell Negatives: Cant adjust the bibs. Trying to stretch them so they arent so snug in the crotch Fly zipper is so ugly! Should have a flap Still cant believe they dont adjust at the bib level Only one pocket Needs better vent system Over all a great concept, just needs a little refinement.

Response from Patagonia
March 17, 2022

Thank you for sharing your feedback on these bibs, Ryan. We're sorry those features were a miss for you! If you should decide they're a deal-breaker, you know you're welcome to [return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) the bibs. Please reach out to our Customer Service Team if we can help you find something that will better meet your needs!

February 5, 2022

Vent Zippers

You need vent zippers on the inside thighs. Im kind of shocked you dont include them.

February 5, 2022

Great for tall skinny guy

Fantastic fit for a tall skinny guy, no inseam drag on the up step. Perfect product for splitboarding.

January 24, 2022

LIGHT AND TIGHT

63 175lbs. Mediums fit well around, but were much too short. Larges feel a bit too large around, and are still a still a tad short. Would loved for the bib to be adjustable.

January 18, 2022

Excellent Lightweight Ski/Climb Pants

Finding lightweight, well fitting pants for snow/ice climbing and skiing is tricky, but Patagonia absolutely nailed it with the Dual Aspects. I was a really big fan of the Galvanized pants, and was very bummed to see them not be renewed for this season, but the Dual Aspects are an excellent, and more environmentally sustainable replacement. These a... Read Morere bar none, the best fitting pants for ice/alpine climbing I have found: no extraneous baggy material to snag on crampons (no more rubber bands around my calves and ankles!), light, breathable and protective. The bibs work very well in keeping everything in place as well, and there are zippers exactly where you want them. Though they lack some of the stretch that the galvanized pants had, I didn't miss it at all thanks the perfect fit (for me). I would not hesitate to recommend these for anyone looking for a light and fast hardshell pant! Fitting notes: I am 5'11'' and around 155 lbs.

December 25, 2021

Streamlined/Alpine tool

These are very protective, yet light and minimal. With enough options for modification. The mesh bibs are comfortable. However, the zippers are finicky especially when snow and ice is building up on the outside. The fly zipper broke second time I used it. Major bummer. What modern piece of clothing/gear doesnt have a weak zipper though?

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