Reading "Outdoors: the Scandinavian way, winter edition" by Lars Falt, he mentions that ideally one should wear an expedition bib that can be removed without having to take off one's skis. The activity I have in mind is hut-to-hut cross country skiing with a minimal pack on my back and no pulk in Scandinavia. On the one hand I feel I should abide by the advise of the experts on the other hand I can see plenty of examples of people who use regular ski pants, such as Erik Normark, in northern Sweden: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LW2tzyWvHMI
What are the trade-offs and why should one get a salopette/bib that can be removed without removing one's skis. Is it about ventilation, or getting changed with ease in deep snow?