Stay warm and stoked on the most brutally bone-chilling days.
- Front fly and 350-degreee waist zipper let you take care of business (#1 AND #2) without getting naked in the resort restroom or the backcountry
- Expedition-weight fleece fabric designed to keep you warm on the coldest days
- Thumbholes at cuff openings lock in heat under your jacket and gloves
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Which ninja suite would be the warmest to...
Which ninja suite would be the warmest to work outdoors in on the job. I don't move around much, just in a general area. No climbing nor anything like that. The wind freezes me to the bone and it cuts right through my clothes. The air temp is 20-30 degrees, but with the wind I FREEZE.
This would be your best option! The merino wool version is pretty warm as well and doesn't hold as much of a stench if you use it for work daily.
This may be a stupid ???, but how do get...
This may be a stupid ???, but how do get into it? All thru the back of the waist? Bottom first? Doesn't it get horribly stretched when trying to get the other half of your body in?
It zips from the hood down to the navel. You'd put it on legs first like a jump suit.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
does what it say
Everyday all winter
This is the must have underlayer for any snowboarder or skier.
The fact that your upper underlayer will not slide up your stomach when you ride is worth every penny - plus it is a great after boarding outfit to wear around the house.
This Ninja is no joke. If you run cold or are spending a lot of time in the backcountry, this is perfect.