Absolute Zero Down Suit
Mountain Hardwear designed the Absolute Zero Down Suit to keep you warm and comfortable while you stand on the roof of the world. This fully welded puffy suit is packed with 800-fill down and even comes with an oxygen-mask-compatible collar so you can breathe, even if you're six feet tall and you're standing at 29,029 feet.
- Welded, waterproof baffles keep down from getting wet
- Low profile insulated hood with one-hand drawcord adjustment
- One-handed hem adjustments are easy to use even wearing gloves
- Soft, stretchy internal cuff makes a draft-proof seal
- Six-slider watertight rainbow rear zip for easy in and out
- Oxygen-mask-compatible collar
- Item #MHW2264
What do you think about this product?
February 27, 2015
Mt baldy, california.
I was hot while everyone else was freezing.
January 15, 2015
Very generous ejection port
It opens all the way down with a tripple zipper on each side. I did not have it zipped down all the way in the picture. Also dont stare at my butt too long. You may becoke blind.
May 22, 2021
Bad ass too.
December 24, 2012
suit and what I use it for.
February 8, 2021
May 22, 2021
Totally bad ass!
January 8, 2015
Which seize should I order? I'm 5'9 and 1/2, 160 lbs. Will be using it for Cho Oyu with 2 or 3 layers underneath.
endo the timber
January 22, 2015
you should get a medium. i am 5' and 7.5" @ 180 and I fit it nicely. i would have plenty of room if i was 5'9" @ my weight. the problem. As you can see in my picture of my review, the suit (size M) could fit a person 2" taller easily.
February 10, 2015
I was surprised at how massive mine was when it arrived. I'm 5'10 and 165 lbs. I got the medium and seriously considered returning it for the small. However, when I tried it on with the the gear (harness, backpack, layers) it all made sense. (not a pleasant task to do this in the Cayman Islands where I live because it is so unbelievably hot to start off). I'm really happy with it now.