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We review the men's Marmot Randonnee Bib - a well-designed piece for big mountain riding
Price
£400
Quality
10
Comfort
8
Value
6
Performance
8
Overall Score
8
+
good fabric choice, liked the full-length zip
nothing

Competing directly with the North Face Free Thinker, the Randonee Bib is another great design piece made for serious big mountain use. They utilise new Gore-tex stretch fabric (94% nylon, 6% elastane) which along with a semi-relaxed fit and anatomical articulated legs allows for ease of movement and great comfort.

All seams are taped and I liked the full-length side zips which make on/off, boot access and venting really easy. You get two hand pockets, a rear pocket and a cargo pocket, all with zips, and the contrasting Cordura scuff guards add to the good looks as well as protecting your keks from ski edges and bindings.

The whole lot is finished off with adjustable internal gaiters, and whilst a comparison between the Randonee and TNF Free Thinker is obvious I'm going to duck out here on giving my opinion and suggest you try for yourself as both are excellent.

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