'70s track jacket and pant style meets modern snow-shedding technology.
The three stripes down the iconic Adidas Firebird track jacket and matching pants are legendary, having been worn by runners, rappers―and now, boarders. Step into the Adidas Men's Firebird 2L One-Piece Snowsuit, take your mark, and shred pow. This veritable suit has that '70s track jacket and pant style but is packed with modern technology for all-day riding. The 10K waterproof and breathable membrane in the jacket and the pant, along with fully taped seams, will keep you dry in cold, wet conditions. The suit's 100% recycled polyester taffeta lining and the closed cell wicking mesh in strategic heat zones add extra warmth.
Adidas covered all the bases with this suit. For comfort, there's odor-controlling brushed tricot at the chin saver, inner waistband, handwarmer pockets, and zip fly. There's zip ventilation with recycled polyester mesh at underarm and side legs, so you don't heat up as you're sprinting laps before the ski day comes to a close. There's also a zip at the waist to make pit stops a quick and easy affair. To keep the snow out of your outerwear, the Firebird has wrist gaiters with thumbholes and waterproof, recycled polyester taffeta leg gaiters. The Cordura on pant cuffs protect your pants when you are gunning it hard.
- Nylon dobby waterproof shell
- Fully taped seams
- 100% recycled polyester taffeta lining
- Closed cell wicking mesh in heat zones
- Brushed tricot chin saver, inner waistband, handwarmer pockets, and zip fly
- Zip ventilation with recycled polyester mesh at underarm and side legs
- Wrist gaiters with thumbholes
- Gusseted hem and waterproof boot gaiters with lace clips
- Cordura on pant cuffs
- Stretch mesh goggle pocket
- Pass pocket hook inside hand pocket
- Recco avalanche recovery system
Share your thoughts
Heartbroken tracksuit junkie...
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I'm 6'4" ~235, got the XL and L with plans to return one.. I'm an unabashed tracksuit junkie so was all over this. The XL was MASSIVE on me, but the L feels great in the pants, no extra--teenage snowboarder-- material in the crotch, have full range of movement, can even do jump squats in the thing. Arms are a little short, but has stretchy thumbhole things to make up for it.. Little tight in the shoulders but feel I can compromise. ** However, after wearing it for awhile I started noticing the slightest pressure just under the larynx with my layers on, this wound up becoming unbearable... Not only does the thing have a tight neck hole right there, but the weight of the suit tends to pull all my layers from the behind -- aggravating the problem. I'm inclined to think this is a design, as opposed to fit, problem. Side by side with my Airblaster, the blaster has independent panels in this area to make it roomier, as they probably know people tend to wear scarves and gaiters... I haven't had a chance to get this thing in any real wind, but it does not seem as thick and robust as the Airblaster material... Ultimately, despite all this, I'm thinking about trying and hacking some kind of rigid insert that I can stick in there to try and avert the chocking problem as I just can't quit this thing....