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Do bibs interfere with movement?

I noticed WM selling a really expensive pair of Oakley bibs for pretty cheap. I'm concerned that the overalls will interfere with my grabs in the air...
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wear the overalls if you dont want them to interfere. I have pants that have overalls and i let them dangle. gets pretty annoying when you're getting off the lift and it gets caught or your arm gets tangled in it.
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I don't understand people that buy bibs and DON'T wear the suspenders. It looks fucking retarded IMHO.

I have a pair of Mountain Hardwear bins I wear on deep powder days. Nothing beats bibs in the deep stuff. No snow down the ass crack for this guy!

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To clarify, I was going to wear them properly. I'm wondering if the overall part tugs on the shoulders, etc. when reaching forward or reaching backwards with my legs crouched for grabs...
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If you buy gear that properly fits it won't be a problem so stop trying to fit into your sisters bibs.


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Bibs interfere with pooping.
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Bibs interfere with pooping.
Hmm...the bathrooms here are atrocious so that won't be a problem...

Speaking of skiers... it happens to be some guy named Seth Morrison's? pro model bib...

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