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Way too big!

    I am 5'7" and slender - ended up ordering a medium on the reps suggestion (couldn't get a proper measurement of the hip size) . . . WAY to HUGE! I looked like I was wearing my husbands suit (he's 6'1 and 200 lbs!)Had to return it - too bad!

    Great On Hill Wardrobe Addition

      The suit is a wonderful change from a separate jacket and pants. Don't have to fumble with any zippers or snow down the pants. Definitely have to layer up on colder days, but plenty of pockets both inside and outside to stow extra stuff. Definitely worth the addition to on the hill wardrobe.

      Love this One-Piece

        I ordered this one piece in black XS. When it arrived I thought it'll be too big (I'm 5'2 and 105lbs), but onces I put it on with all my gears it was perfect. I love love love this outfit. Best customer service from as well. Love it!

        Love this One-Piece


          looks smashing and kept me dry on powder days
          ! some guy told me it looked like a skydivers jump suit, it is pretty baggy but I like the loose fit, I am a small frame 5'4 115 lbs and the small fits me good with enough room for layering as it is just a shell!



            i'm 5'6", 110 lbs and tried both the XS and S. XS fir well... a nice slim fit, but i could only fit one base layer underneath. the S gave me a little more room (which you'll need since this is really only a shell) for thick layering and impact gear. i LOVE the safari chic print (love, love, love), but ended up exchanging for the black for a little more "shelf life" (i want to wear this forever... on AND off the slopes!). the pants are boot cut, and from head to toe this suit gives you a nice curvy shape that you can't get from the standard jacket/pant combo.

            all the tech features (venting, pockets, fabric, etc...) are GREAT– typical burton! the fur on the hood is way cute but limits your peripheral vision. it's removable, so no biggs!

            last... thought i'm 100% loyal to burton, i would not have bought this at the original price $350. $210 at dogfunk is a great price! thanks guys- you are my go-to!!

            hey! I'm around the same height (5'5 1/2") but I'm 123lbs... so a good 13lbs heavier, would you suggest I go with the medium? I'm definitely a layering kind of girl.... And also, I am between the capers and the black as well... you said more shelf life for the black... are you just referring to the possibility of the print going out of style?

            cutest snow suit alive

              i love this snow suit. a one piece rocks i may have to get the whote as well. i love it it fits great. it is nice and warm and the venting is great. it is my new favorite. i even used it to walk my kids to school in a 5 day snow storm. with just my p/j.s underneath.

              Pockets full of snow

                I bought mine at the end of 2008/2009 season... Maybe the 2010 version has improved.... BUT...The two pockets on the front of the hips don't close. I ended up using iron on velcro to keep them shut. I specifically got a one-piece for days when I am riding in deep pow. I kept getting wet because the pockets would get full of snow that would melt through. I also think the texture of the suit is problematic. I own the black (maybe the copper is different). It's slightly rough and when the snow is really coming down, it sticks to the fabric. As you sit on the lift, you get caked with snow. When I tried to wipe it off, it wouldn't all come off. As the day goes on, more and more snow builds up in places like where the butt pockets velcro shut. One time, I went in to the lodge to eat and all the iced up spots melted and soaked through the fabric. When I went back out, I was cold and wet. I give it an adequate because on days when it isn't snowing and I don't ride for very long it works. I only have problems when it's snowing really hard and I am out for a long time... In other words, I don't know that any suit would hold up against some of the conditions I ride. Also, I bought the medium and wish I had the large. It's snug feeling when I bend over to strap my boots on. I am 5'7'' and wear size 31 pants.

                Burton One-Piece Snow Suit

                  These suits are great! Nothing could be hotter on the cold slopes. Keeps me warm and dry. The suit allows freedom of movement and is very comfortable to wear. This is my second one, Want to stand out above the average snowboard crowd? Buy the coppertone colored one. Besides, it makes you easy to see on the mountain!

                  One piece suits fell out of fashion a few years back, but now they are making a comeback. If you want comfort, warmth and make a fashion statement, get one of these great suits!

                  I am 5'2 and 130lbs. I'm debating between...

                  I am 5'2 and 130lbs. I'm debating between a small and a medium. I have super short legs (28" inseam) and a pretty long torso. I mostly ride in warm weather (20-50F) but HATE getting wet when I tumble. anyway, can anyone tell me how this suit is proportioned? what's the torso/leg ratio? i'm afraid that if I get the small I won't be able to bend over and layer comfortably.

                  It all depends on how you like your outerwear to fit. Baggy or a little more fitted, The small's inseam is at 29 inches and the Medium is at 30 inches. I would measure the rest of your body and go with the sizing chart on the top of the page. You will be stoked on how comfortable this is.

                  my girlfriend is 183 cm high - what size...

                  my girlfriend is 183 cm high - what size would be better to pick up?

                  Why is the price up? How am I going to...

                  Why is the price up? How am I going to do if I need to change size? I got a bigger one already.

                  does this suit fit tight? I am wondering...

                  does this suit fit tight? I am wondering whether or not to go with the small or xsmall. I wear a 26 jean/some 27, I'mm 5'5 and weight 120. I range from a small to xsmall top.. anyone know what I should do?