My bomber Mountain Hardwear, 2-layer "Performance Shell" Goretex bibs are getting long in the tooth, and I'm looking to move up to a 3-layer bib pant but would like something with better breathability for my torso.
My current bibs have a front panel that covers much of my chest, and while I like a slight rise at the rear of the waist, I'd prefer my next bibs to be much lower cut in front.
I've read some interesting things about the Westcomb Revenant Pants, with a removable Schoeller bib, which look like they'd fit the bill nicely: ski 'em as a pant when it's warm, as a bib when it's cold & deep:
1) Anyone have any first-hand experience with the Westcombs?
In particular, how's the durability of the eVent fabric & breathability of the Schoeller Dynamic upper?
2) Can anyone else recommend a better alternative? What are your personal favs?