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Patagonia Capilene Thermal Weight One-Piece Suit - Men's

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    When winter delivers two feet of fresh and sub-zero temperatures, stay warm while you get after the goods in the Patagonia Men's Capilene Thermal Weight One-Piece Suit. One-piece construction seals in precious body heat more effectively, and the Polartec Power Grid fabric features a lofted grid pattern that traps more heat without adding weight or bulk. The fabric also wicks sweat and dries quickly to keep out heat-robbing moisture, and it's stretchy for unrestricted mobility. A working fly means you don't have to strip down to take a leak, and the Polygiene treatment inhibits the growth of odor-causing microbes so your stink doesn't seep up into your jacket.
    • Polartec Power Grid fabric
    • Slim fit
    • Polygiene permanent odor control
    • Hand pockets
    • Working fly
    • Item #PAT00VQ

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [black] Polartec Power Grid (92% recycled polyester, 8% spandex), [smolder blue] Polartec Power Grid (61% polyester, 30% recycled polyester, 9% spandex)
    Fit
    slim
    Antimicrobial
    yes, Polygiene Permanent Odor Control
    Claimed Weight
    12 oz
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Almost perfect. Highly recommended

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Med

    I've had many different base-layer 1-piece suits over my 4 decades of mountaineering, skiing, and ice climbing. This may be my favorite yet. The waffle-like fabric is similar to on my R1 hoody, maybe a little thinner. The zipper drop seat is a necessity, and better than the throgh-the-crotch zippers I've used. The hood is nicely fitted with no irritation from the zipper on the neck or chin. The thin web loops work well with less bulk in your gloves than traditional thumb loops. The only things I'd like to have seen different would be the addition of at least 1 pocket, either on the chest or thigh, as it's not uncommon to wear this alone in camp/hut, and also the ankles are a bit baggy and can bunch up under your ski socks. I'd like to have seen a more form-fitting elastic fabric for the bottom few inches of the ankles for that reason (or stirrups). They are a bit more expensive than many similar pieces, and I hope they last me a number of years.

    awesome awesome awesome

      When you see this thing for the first time you know it's going to be awesome. But once you try it on and wear it a few times, it's even more awesome than you could imagine. Super warm, and crazy comfortable. Perfect for working in the garage during the winter, or for sitting on a chairlift during frigid powder days.

      Not a onesie but a Capilene hug

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Size Bought: Medium

      Patagonia has made a one piece suit off and on for some time. I have always wanted one but been hesitant to order it for myself.

      On my last hut trip, I was informed that the 1989 expedition weight capilene base layer I had been wearing since my first trip to Alaska was becoming a little too close to transparent.

      So to start the ski season off right, I caved and treated myself to an adult onesie.

      Fit wise, just like most of Patagonia's clothing, the specs were spot on and the sizing ran true.

      I wore it the first night around the house with a huge smile on my face.

      This morning I wore it ski touring and it was all I had hoped it would be.

      Gaps or seams that leave exposure to cold blasts were non-exisitant. The one piece design prevented riding up or riding down. The built in hood was perfect for the first 10 minutes of uphill travel before my body warmed up (it was before sunrise and 13° when we started moving), rolled it down as I got warm. Then when I came to a stop, it was right there to be popped back on under the helmet as we ripped skins and pointed them back down to the base and on to work.

      The views from up top were worth the 4:30am alarm.

      And I was snug as a bug in a rug.

      Not a onesie but a Capilene hug