Guy in Shorts

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My old Obermeyer one piece is going out today on a snowboarder that is just learning. Functionality beats fashion for a beginner on a wet day.
 

Spooky

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I have pretty much being wearing Volcom Snow since 2000. Their pants zip into the jacket creating a faux mix-and-match one piece. I have 3 pairs of pants, 2 and 3 layer gortex shells and one normal.

I'm super stoked this year because I am finally rolling my ripe banana suit. I bought this kit a long time ago but I packed on some extra lbs up to 235 and the pants wouldn't fit. Well, I lost a bunch and now im that im back at 200 and they fit again!

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ARL67

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^^^ From here it looks more mustard than banana, but lookin' good nonetheless :thumb:
 

Lady_Salina

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This is the suit I want this year, if I earn enough over the season, lol. Tried it on three times, love it on, it's $3500.00 CDN in Whistler. There is several one piece suits available this season in various brands. The bathroom is a pain for women in a one piece. (edited to add the link, oops

 
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DanoT

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I liked skiing in my old Chlorophille GoreTex onsie shell that was a good fit but hated going indoors and unzipping and having to wiggle out of the top and then having it hanging off your hips. More wiggling to get it back on.

I much prefer a bib pants and jacket with a powder cuff.
 

crgildart

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I liked skiing in my old Chlorophille GoreTex onsie shell that was a good fit but hated going indoors and unzipping and having to wiggle out of the top and then having it hanging off your hips. More wiggling to get it back on.
Best time for a onesie is when you have slopeside ski in ski out lodging. Just kick off your boots, step in to fuzzy slippers and drop the onesie stepping out with your lounge pants already on under it. After dinner, step back in to it, boot up, and back out the door for the night session.
 

DanoT

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I have like 87 suits now. All vintage, no Tipsy Elves etc
Don't you have a video of you modelling your collection? This seems like the time and place for a fashion show.
 
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