GO NINJA GO NINJA GO!
- Seven-panel ergonomic hood blocks drafts and snow
- Front fly allows hassle-free leak-taking
- Circumferential waist zip lets you take care of business without getting naked in the bathroom or the backcountry
- Four-way-stretch AirTech fabric wicks moisture
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This is a great piece. Nice and warm, wicks sweat well. Also is really fun to wear a ninja suit around the house... just saying.
Overall love the suite. Very warm and comfortable. You never have to worry about snow getting in unwanted places on deep pow days. Only complaint is that the zipper around the waist to allow for bathroom procedures is a little awkward. I think if it zipped off completly would be a lot easier. But it's pretty minor overall. Overall it's a pretty badass product. Highly recommend.
Just picked up the burnt orange XXL to house my 6'5" 215lb frame. The sleeves and legs fit surprisingly well...snug in all the right places. She fits beautifully. Can't wait to pitch out my tired old under armour heat gear!
I was able to test this out in Park City and loved it. I just ordered the hoodless one as well so that I can keep wearing it during spring riding.
I bought the ninja suit about a month ago, and I've used it twice so far on the slopes. From those times I've worn it, I have fallen in love with it! The comfort and warmth I receive from it is unmatched. The 4-way stretch wicking fabric definitely does the job. I would highly recommend this to a friend!
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Comfortable warm and cozy. Well thought out. Yes I am talking about the butt flap. Adjust the size for baggy/tight fit. I enjoy mine but the wife thinks it makes me goofy. I will sneak around the house in it and threatened to wear for Halloween. So she may have a point...
Just tried this bad boy on, toasty warm, it even has a 3/4 waist zip for number 2s. Can't wait to officially try it on the mountain. I'm 6'2'', a little under 190lbs lean, and the large fits great.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
The ninja suit is great! So comfortable to ride in and works perfectly with the freedom suit.
I'm 6'3" 180-185 lbs. Should I go L or XL?
The ninja is the best thing to have. I guess I didn't really realize how amazing it was until I didn't wear it one time while snowboarding. I was miserable and constantly missing my beautiful Ninja tucked away at home. This is a must have.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I've used a Ninja Suit for 3 years now. I will never use another piece of long underwear as long as I live. Function and comfort are unmatched. I love that one piece allows you to layer without having the "bunched up tangled layers" feeling that accompanies wearing multiple garments. Also, snow NEVER touches your skin, unless you're getting face shots of course, which is just great. The security of knowing I won't have snow down my butt lets me freely tomahawk down powder landings with complete disregard for chairlift comfort. Anyone going out in the wild without a Ninja Suit is really limiting themselves.
The only bad thing is that it is very hard to motivate yourself to get off the couch and change out of your Ninja Suit after riding, so it might inhibit your weekend nightlife motivation.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I do think this is the best long underwear available. This is after using the Ninja Suit extensively for the last 6+ years. Its the most complete protection, super versatile, and you don't have to give up any of the convenience that you might think you would for a one piece thanks to the waist zip (doesn't come apart, just opens up completely to answer the call of the wild). The Merino Wool Ninja Suit is the absolute cream of the crop, so go for that if you have the funds. Another note, this does run a bit large, and its 4-way stretch fabric, so I recommend sizing down a full size if you want it snug. I'm 5'8 170, and I wear a Medium which fits me well without being too tight.
The perfect gift for my son who writes for outdoor gear companies. He found this ninja suit & suggested it as a gift. I bought it. He loved it! Wore it yesterday snowboarding on Mt Hood and said all he needed to wear with it was his jacket and board pants. No other layers needed in 20 degree weather. Loves that snow no longer can go where it shouldn't on those less than perfect landings.
hassle-free leak-taking i must try that out.