The North Face Anchor Bib-123468 - Men's

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Description

Buying waterproof and breathable snow bibs and pants can melt most modest winter budgets, but The North Face Men's Anchor Bib is an affordable utility design that's also more durable than many similarly-priced snow pants on the market. The North Face wisely applied a generous Free Fit construction through the seat, knees, thighs and cuffs to make the Men's Anchor Bib roomy enough for layering and versatile enough for skiing, snowboarding, sledding and snowmobiling. This bib design is ideal for any guy concerned about owning outdoor outerwear with plenty of mobility and flexibility for active wear. In addition to reinforced edge guards along the cuffs, the Men's Anchor Bib uses a two-ply HyVent® Proweave that's waterproof and exceptionally durable. Keep in mind that the Men's Anchor Bib is lightly insulated with a Thermoliner taffeta lining, so you might need to pair it with an inner layer midweight fleece on the coldest winter days of the year.

Specifications

  • Shell fabric: Two-ply HyVent® Proweave
  • Lining: Thermoliner taffeta
  • Fully waterproof
  • Loose Free Fit construction for mobility and layering
  • Adjustable suspenders
  • Zippered bib pocket
  • Zippered handwarmer pockets
  • Flap cargo pockets
  • Zippered inner thigh vents have mesh gussets to keep snow out
  • Back pockets
  • Stretch vent gaiter with gripper elastic and boot hook
  • Chimney Venting™ system helps pull cool air into bib
  • Pant-a-lock compatibility with other jackets from The North Face
  • Reinforced edge guards

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Review Summary

4.4 out of 5

7 Reviews

Pros
  • Build quality: 2
  • Great design: 2
  • Performance: 2
  • Ease of use: 1

Cons
  • Bad design: 1
  • baggy: 1
  • Cost: 1
Quality: 4.6 / 5
Comfort: 4.5 / 5
Durability: 4.3 / 5
Warmth: 4 / 5
Water Protection: 4 / 5
Fit: 3 / 5

7 Ratings & Reviews

Comfort: 4 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
FitClothes: 3 / 5
Warmth: 3 / 5
WaterProtection: 4 / 5
Fastchet1
from Michigan
35-44 yrs

Great Bibs
February 18, 2013

I have wanted a set of waterproof bibs for a while and these are great. I am 6'2" 190 lbs and ordered size Large and the inseam was Long or 34" & they fit perfect. Well thought out pockets and I like the internal gaiters. This is not meant to be a critisim but they do fit snug around the chest. I do not think they were designed to wear a very heavy sweatshirt or jacket underneath the bib. I am using them for snowmobiling / Ice Fishing and hopefully early spring fishing when it can be cold and wet. Very impressed so far.

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Great value
TeddyC
from Virginia Beach, VA

Glad I bought this!
February 02, 2011

The North Face Anchor Bib is comfortable and fairly warm. Fits pretty true to size, I'm 5'10" around 165 lbs and the medium fit perfect on me when i adjusted the straps. The thing I liked most about the bib is that it kept most of the snow out when I went snowboarding. If I had anything negative to say about these pants is that the hook on the end of the pants would sometimes loosen my snowboard boot laces.

Comfort: 3 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
FitClothes: 2 / 5
Warmth: 4 / 5
WaterProtection: 4 / 5
nwfmate
top250Contributor

from Los Angeles
25-34 yrs

nice but little bit baggy
December 27, 2011

I went out for skiing and tried this pants. It is nice but I have to say it's little bit baggy. I prefer slimmer one so I think I will give it to my dad and get something else.

Pros: Lasts forever, Performance, Cons: Bad design, baggy
Comfort: 4 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
FitClothes: 4 / 5
Warmth: 4 / 5
WaterProtection: 4 / 5
emz122

nice bib
December 18, 2012

Easy to move, I'm comfortable This product is a little thicker. Is a strong water-repellent. There was no dissatisfaction even though it slipped one day.

Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
FitClothes: 3 / 5
Warmth: 4 / 5
WaterProtection: 4 / 5
snowchick8

December 13, 2012

I got these pants for my husband who is 6'5 and 165 lbs. Normally, I would get him a large based on his height, but I got him a medium long and they fit perfect. The fit around the waist was good, not to tight. He Loves them! They are great bibs

Pros: Great design, Cons: Cost
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
sunj
top100Contributor

18-24 yrs

Good bibs
December 09, 2012

These bib pants come up high, to get the top pocket on the chest, where it should be. Great hooks on the bottoms hold it down when in the deep snow. Lots of pockets right where I need them, room key in one, lift card in hip for the sensors at Jay Peak Resort, and cell phone up high in the chest pocket. Nice big zipper lead to make the barn door open and close easy. Love the bibs!

Parts1ski

Good pants
December 10, 2010

They will work just fine good for skiing and good for sledding and snow boarding

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Available sizes, while supplies last, include size small, size medium, size large, size extra large and size extra extra large: s, m, l, xl, xxl.

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