wear it under my uniform during the winter months to avoid bunched
up layers at my waist. Like wearing a big warm hug.
Fits very well, easy to put on once you get over the whole entry thru
the neck idea. Toasty warm. Highly recommended.
Great product! Use it for golf and fishing (under waders) and it kepps
me very warm without restricting movement.
This is the best thing I have found for keeping warm without bulking
up. Absolutely toasty, I use it for both golf and stand up
paddling.....definitely need another one for those long cold stretches.
This suit is awesome. Kept me warm while kayak fishing this morning,
temps were in the high 20's. I never once felt uncomfortable from
being too chilly. It's soft and feels great and the neck entry is a neat
feature that eliminates buttons and zippers.
Great union suit. Fits perfect, easy to get into, keeps you warm in 30-
40 degree water, wicks moisture from body, is comfortable, and
doesn't rub you raw anywhere. I highly recommend and say this is
the best union suit for kayaking cold water. 50 degrees and up would
be too hot actively paddling.
Great one piece....thick, soft and warm. Doesn't scrunch up. Make
sure ya put it on with the relief opening in the front
This fleece suit really is
awesome. It has been on two
paddling trips and a ski trip so
far this year. Has held up great
and kept me warm. Once you
learn the procedure to get it on
and off, it is not an issue. In
warmer temps this thing will be
a bit hot, but if you're paddling
in 20-40 degree weather it's
Used it a for a week
snowboarding at Vail. Kept me
warm and dry sweating after
miles of runs and riding the
chairlift to the top of the
mountain at -15 F and 20mph
winds. Also, it somehow never
stunk from sweat. Will never
ride again without it.
Ed says it is as warm as
I really love this. I've worn it
at pool practice with shorts and
a dry top. Just for fun I
checked out how it was after a
swim. Even though I'm on the
thin side I didn't feel like it was
baggy on me. I've worn it
under a dry suit on the river on
a cool autumn day and was
100% comfortable. The neck
is pretty interesting. When I
put the suit on I worry that my
neck will be exposed but once
I get a dry top/suit on I've
never noticed it. I do have to
say that the trickiest bit is
getting the suit off. I start with
one arm, then a shoulder, then
get the other arm out.
Anyways.... I'm really glad I
got this suit. It is as warm as
My son-in-law was thrilled with the
suit, and was so pleased with it
that he actually tried it on the day
I gifted it.
Haven't tried it on the yak
just yet, but appears perfect
for what I need to go
underneath my IR Double D
Drysuit. I just need to have
the length hemmed slightly due
to my short inseam, and may in
fact have elastic stirrups
sewn in so as not to bunch up
when I put the drysuit on.
Super warm and comfortable.