The FlyLow Baker Bib was the only garment of its type in our test. Its full bib construction means that the user's vulnerable waist-line gap is bridged with burly protection. For taller skiers, or anyone who skis hard, falls often, and likes to be comfortable in heavily storming conditions, this contender will be a prominent choice. As compared to the other pants in our test, the Baker Bibs are heavier, and on the least insulating end of the spectrum. There is plenty of room to layer underneath these pants for average to below average temperatures. In warmer, drier weather, these pants are overkill. The fabric isn't softened on the inside, so the pants aren't as comfortable against the skin as something like the Mammut Bormio or Arc'teryx Sabre.
The Baker Bib was updated this ski season, and the photo above represents the latest version. Read on to find out what's new!