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The North Face Men’s Himalayan Snow Suit provides you with a warm and functional vehicle to help propel you to the top of the world’s highest, coldest, and most remote summits. This full-body, 800-fill down suit features a water-resistant ripstop nylon shell backed by Gore Windstopper fabric for stout weather protection in alpine conditions. Laminated and taped baffles keep the insulation dry and in place, and the fully adjustable hood keeps the frostbite off your face. Adjustable internal suspenders keep the suit in place during technical sections, and The North Face added an interior radio pocket and two water bottle pockets to keep your water in liquid form. Abrasion reinforcements on the arms and seat hold up to rocky outcroppings, and a forearm D-ring holds your gloves when you need to adjust your knots.

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

I'm a biker in Michigan who hates not being able to ride in the winter . Now as long as the roads are clear I can ride . One ride it was 7 degrees F and even at 70 MPH I was warm . I just wish I would have bought it years ago .

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I'm 5 foot 10 inches tall and weigh 180...

I'm 5 foot 10 inches tall and weigh 180 with a 35 inch waist . would I need a med or a lrg ?

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Size? Is it sized big, small or right on...

Size? Is it sized big, small or right on when using base layers?


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What do you recommend for a women, chest...

What do you recommend for a women, chest 50" Hip 45" it doesnt matter if it fits bulky, but she doesnt want to be tight in the suit. Please answer to order

Palm Beach in a TNF Himalayan

Palm Beach in a TNF Himalayan

As a previous reviewer stated this suit is quite comfortable for a day at the beach. If you do not mind cooking within minutes.

I'm tempted to buy one just to experience how warm it would be. I live up in the Mountains of NC and during December and January it easily gets down to near zero Fahrenheit and below temperatures. It also seriously looks like the space suit from Stanley Kurbick's 2001 A Space Odyssey.

what is the lowest temp that this suit is...

what is the lowest temp that this suit is designed for, wind speed?

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Hi Daniel - This suit was designed for 8000 meter expeditions to the Himalaya. So to answer your question, as cold as you are going to find in the world. The shell material is Gore Windstopper, so it is 100% wind-blocking as well.



    i bought this suit and it was amazing, it kept me very warm in the arctic, at one point i was wearing only a pair of shorts and a t shirt under this suit. the best so far in my books. Eaven for layering under the suit its great, have good room. also with this suit i find i can bend over and get on all fours and its great its not baggy or loose like alot of then suits i have. its a really good snug fit wich i like. I have also slept in the suit and its wonderfull because your warm and dont get cold. also at home when it was very cold outside i put my suit on and whent and lied down in the snow it did the job and i would recomend this suit to anyone.


    Great for chilling at the Beach.

      I took this to Rio and it kept me amazingly warm on the white sandy beaches. Also it is a great fashion statement...seriously though...if you are wearing this you probably are thinking about how much oxygen to bring! This is like a four season sleeping bag with arms and legs...the gold standard...from what I've heard.!

      This is a great suit for skiing down the green runs at North Carolina's Sugar Mountain.

      The bright yellow color acts as a beacon to the rednecks approaching from behind and the artic padding allows those that fail to heed the cautionary warning to bounce off safely and into the surrounding woods, rendering them unconscious for the remander of the day.

      However, You have to bring a portable ac unit contained within a backpack and circulate it through the suit, which puffs it up a little more, which of course adds additional critical protection.

      So, while not perfect, it's damn close.

      Where do you get the portable ac unit from and how does it work please?

      is this suit suitable for Mount Everest?...

      is this suit suitable for Mount Everest? or any other 8000m peak?

      That's what it's for.Everest is in the Himalayas too.Ben: It also works on Mars. Look in the "Tech Specs"