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Color-coordinated and warm from your Adam's apple to your ankles.

Why run around the mountain with your top and bottom baselayers dettached when you can just slide into the Stoic Men's Breathe 150 1-Z Suit and feel like a kid again? Polartec Powerdry fabric provides light insulation, dries quickly, and breathes well to help you stay comfortable when you're hiking to a sidecountry stash. Just think: even if deep powder weasels its way into your outerwear, you'll never feel it thanks to the 1-Z.
  • Backcountry.com is the exclusive US distributor for Stoic products

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4 5

Warm and toasty

This suit worked great in Banff and kept my layering down to a minumum for more mobility.

1 5

nice suit.. polar tech material quality lacking...

Excellent concept... durability is lacking.. I have worn the suit once as a drysuit liner and the underwear has developed numerous snags/tears in the fabric throughout the suit.. it looks as though the fabric was torn/pulled as the result of walking through a field of thorns... I expected the suit to hold up well since it was only being used as a summer dry suit liner. I used it for a three hour paddle.. and noticed the tears throughout the suit. I am comptemplating returing the suit... however, for the price I paid for the suit.. I am not sure whether it is worth time/expense to return it. Overall, I am disappointed with the purchase.

5 5

Stoic

Ordered this for late ski trip to Alaska in May this thing kept me warm good fit didn't restrict my movement,when my brother saw it he bought 2 of them.this product is worth it way to go backcountry on the price.

What is the weight of the overall garment...

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What is the weight of the overall garment and the type of powerdry used?

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150g/m2 powerdry. No idea what the total weight is though.

3 5

Nice suit, poor fit.

I'm tall and thin, 6'1", 34" waist, 35" inseam. Long legs, not so long torso. I bought a size Medium. The legs were tight, which surprised me, and the torso was baggy and droopy. Maybe if you have more torso and less leg, the suit will fit you better.

Other than the poor fit, the suit appeared to be well made, and I'm sure it would have been warm and cozy under my ski clothing.

Kudos to Backcountry for making the return process very easy.

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I'm sorry, but 6'1" with a 35" INSEAM?! That seems way too long. I'm 6'1" average/athletic build and I have a 34" waist but a pretty standard 32" inseam. Assuming your numbers are all accurate, that means you have legs 3 inches longer than mine, but at the same time you have a torso that is 3 inches shorter. That adds up to a 6 inch relative variance, which is big. If your measurements are right, I don't think any mass produced pants will fit you... Unless you wear them as high on your waist as possible. What have you done until now? What size of pants do you normally wear? And why on earth did you order a size MEDIUM?! hahaha!

5 5

1-Z for life

This 1-Z is absolutely amazing! I wear it all the time under my ski gear, and when I am hitting the town on a cold night. This one is not a full merino, but still awesome!

5 5

this and only this

no longer do I worry about my base layers. I put this on underneath my outer wear and I'm good to go. When i get home I take off the pants and jacket and chillax wearin' nothin' but my onezie. this will probably be too warm for spring riding, I've worn this day riding and got pretty warm but not over heating. I wore this night riding in 6 degree temps at the base and was just as toasty as a freshly toasted bagel.

5 5

Great when you figure out the size

I have been eying these for awhile now, but was a bit concerned about the sizing. I am 5' 11",230lbs., about a 36 waist and usually wear an XL to XXL jacket, (46-48 suit jacket). I took a gamble on the size Large and they fit me just about perfect. Not to long, not to short. No more of that un-tucked feeling half way through the day. These, with my Arcteryx Stingray jacket is all I need on most days here in Utah. The XL's would have been way to big.

I will get a second pair.

5 5

recommended 1z

Love my purple stoic 1z with the easy reach and use crotch slip. Very warm, I typically wear it all day and underneath anything i go out in.

5 5

recommended 1z

Love my purple stoic 1z with the easy reach and use crotch slip. Very warm, I typically wear it all day and underneath anything i go out in.

4 5

Good stuff

A bit larger fit, but warm and dry nonetheless! Great for long days touring and avoiding getting wet.

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M fits well for me and I am siliar sized

4 5

Baggy top, on the long side

I'll give it 4 stars because it seems like nice fabric that would be comfortable. For reference, I'm 5-10 and 135. I always wear a Small, but although I'm on the tall end of the scale for that size, I'm so slight that many Smalls run large on me. I liked the way the bottoms fit a lot. They were snug without being tight. I found them to be the right length. I don't know what a short person would do. The top seemed baggy to me. I was hoping for a trim fit there, too, but there was a lot of excess material around the middle (more than just my slight frame would suggest) and the sleeves ran a little long. And what's with the oversize clown drawstring? That's just comical. Overall, the suit wasn't bad, but it didn't make me want to keep it. And I don't know what short people are supposed to do since there's no X-Small.

Anyone know if it has a waist or butt zip...

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Anyone know if it has a waist or butt zip to aid in going to the bathroom? Ive had the airblaster ninja suit from a few years back and that was one of the downsides.

Responded on

No Chris it doesn't, sorry you'll have to man up and get out of it in the snow.

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This suit does not have a butt zip at all. Chris, if you had the old Airblaster system that had a crotch zip, then you will be stoked on the new waist system. It has a zipper that will open up almost 90% of the suit to make for a pretty easy toilet break.

For a few bucks more I would hit up the Airblaster Ninja Suit. They keep improving a great design and making it better. They have the regular Ninja Suit, Merino Suit and the Hoodless suit.

Sizing information is really not useful...

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Sizing information is really not useful here, as this is a one piece. I'm 6'1", 170lb., 32" waist, 15" neck, 35" sleeve.
Recommendations?

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I guess you could try the large. That's what I've been thinkin about getting. I'm kinda your same dimensions. Suit would fit a lil more snug on me but that's the idea. 6'0", 185 lb, 33 waist, 17 neck, 35 sleeve. My main concern would be major wedgies if it's too short. I think with the return policy for backcountry you could return it no questions if it doesn't fit. Go for it and let the rest of us know what's up.

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I'm about your same dimensions, and I went with the medium. I was worried it'd be too small or at least short in the arms, but it fits really well actually. Go with the M.