Been considering picking up some bib overalls for work as a guide. They tend to be warm, keep the snow out and are super comfortable. I can get a pair from work, Scotts I think, usually for snowboarding. But they are so damn baggy I can't really work in them. I usually wear some Sasta hiking pants, but I am sick of burning holes in them when I set up a campfire for folks. So I pretty much need something that is water proof/resistant, can allow for layering, can maybe be used for relatively strenuous activity like cross country skiing...but this isn't 100% and is definitely fire resistant. Typical activity is like, taking folks out in snowmobiles, setting up a camp for them and standing still while waiting for the aurora to come out, short cross country skiing trips, snowshoe walking, teaching bushcraft/woodskills, maintenance of snowmobiles, general maintenance, etc..typically winter stuff. But I also will do some guiding by canoe and hiking the rest of the year...but maybe they won't get much use in that regard. I am open to some suggestions and I was hoping for some thoughts and advice because I have never owned a pair. Heard good things about: https://www.filson.com/mackinaw-bibs.html#sku=11014011-fco-000002085 https://danshuntinggear.com/bibs-bulldog.html https://www.carhartt.com/products/c...ralls/Duck-Bib-Overall-Arctic-Quilt-Lined-R03 https://flylowgear.com/products/baker-bib# Also looked at Patagonia, Arcteryx, Rab, Sasta, Fjallraven, Lundhags....etc Anyone have any practical experience with these?