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Alpine expeditions are complicated enough without worrying about what baselayers to bring. Keep your cold-weather layering strategy simple and effective when you pull on the Men's Stretch Thermal Suit. The engineers at Mountain Hardwear forcused on warmth, mobility, and ease-of-entry when they designed this one-piece baselayer. Treat your core to warmth and comfort when you make this the first layer you pull on before a winter expedition or cold-weather expedition.

  • Stretch Thermal Fleece fabric boosts your warmth, stretches for mobility, and dries quickly
  • Semi-fitted cut reduces bulk without feeling skin-tight, and it allows for an ultralight next-to-skin layer if you need one
  • 6-Slider rear-zip opening allows for quick changes, and the zippers are watertight for weather protection
  • Gusseted crotch eliminates binding between the legs so you have full range of motion
  • Seat and knees are reinforced with a Spandura-overlay that increases durability
  • Two-way front zip makes it easy to climb in and out of this suit

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Crazy warm

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is a very warm unit. IMO I wouldn't use it in temps above 10degrees. For me the flex and fit is perfect.
I'm 5'10" and 180lbs, medium fits great.

FYI on base layer care: COLD water gentle wash with just a couple tablespoons of powdered non-bleach detergent, double rinse and partially tumble dry on low.

are there zippers down the outside of each...

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are there zippers down the outside of each leg?

is the front zipper two ways, so you can use it as a fly?

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No zippers on the legs. Yes, it is a 2-way zipper on the front. If only there was a drop panel on the back too...

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According to the MH website, it does have a rear drop panel!