I’m 6’3” tall and 175lb. I bought the Capow bibs in Large, which I think is the correct size for me overall. I have two days on them so far at Mt. Hood Meadows in conditions ranging from cold and snowy to warm spring bluebird. They performed quite well.
I experienced much hand-wringing over sizing since my individual measurements cover literally the entire sizing range according to Trew: 43” chest=XXL (not as much of an issue since the bib doesn’t go up quite to the widest point on the chest), 34-35” waist=L, 38-39” seat=S (this is a relatively more critical area, 24” thigh=XS, 34” inseam=XL (another critical measurement). Given how weird my body is (apparently), it’s a wonder this bib pant fits me as well as it does. I have only minor quibbles. I might like the inseam to be about 1" longer, but it’s still pretty darn close to perfection. The pant seat started out slightly too tight when sitting on a chair lift or squatting down in a very aggressive downhill ski position with shoulders pushed forward. I let out a couple inches of slack on the shoulder straps and this seems to have alleviated the issue.
I like the tailored fit of this bib. I was attracted to reviews saying the legs are longer and more narrow than many other products and that is true. However, the flared or bell bottom look is a bit more pronounced than I expected, even compared to photos I see online. I’d like to see a slightly more straight leg fit (less difference between leg and boot cuff diameter). The leg opening doesn’t need to be as large as it is to fit over any boot unless you want to have your buckles fully open and sticking out. Maybe this is just me.
The fabric is quite waterproof and breathable. I like the subtle stretchiness and ergonomic fit that allows freedom of motion.
I like the assortment of pockets, but it would be nice if the larger of the two chest pockets was slightly bigger. My iPhone 12 with silicone case just barely fits. The large square pockets on the front leg are good for holding gloves when you need to take them off for a minute, but I don’t like keeping stuff there while skiing downhill.