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Do they still exist? Where can I get one besides the thrift shop?
post #2 of 18
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Originally Posted by ThaFurnace
Do they still exist? Where can I get one besides the thrift shop?
Mountain Hardware still made one a few years back. There were a couple in the CB outlet near me, as late as last summer. I think I saw some in at least one ski shop last winter. I was not looking for them, so if I saw them, they must still be available.

So, I guess that means look a bit harder, they are, apparently, still being made.:

Now if you are talkin neon---ask Phil to check his closet!
post #3 of 18
Try Killy Skiwear (www.nevicakilly.com)

Don't expect it to be inexpensive. Your best bet will be to contact Killy retailers in "resort" areas - Vail, Aspen, Whistler, Tremblant, etc. Happy hunting!
post #4 of 18
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I always did think they were far superior to pants/bibs & jackets. This might be slight overkill (TNF Himalayan). And at $1000, it ain't cheap either.



I could definitely dig the neon green and/or pink.


Any of you other forum members ski with the one piece?
post #5 of 18
I've said it before and I'll say it again, "you can't get snow in you pants if you aint wearing any pants." I would not be without my one-piece on a deep powder day, especially if I'm tele skiing. You can roll around in the powder and come up skiing and dry. How can it be any better than that?
post #6 of 18

Oakley Medic Suit ^

This is what is huge right now among freestyle/park skiers. The one piece is comming back strong, companies like orage and siver starting kicking out more for the up comming season. I plan on getting a one piece myself once they go on sale.
post #7 of 18
Snowboarders spend so much time sitting around in the snow I would think they'd have jumped on the one-piece years ago.
post #8 of 18
ebay baby $5
post #9 of 18
^ Just don't pay any attention to the explosion on impact: We already heard about the fate of that outfit madman!
post #10 of 18
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Originally Posted by madmanmlh
ebay baby $5
That guy in the background is even more classic than the one-piece.

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post #11 of 18
Check sledhead gear.

Cabela's has the TransAlaska & SnowyRange suits for $cheep.
post #12 of 18
If I remember correctly TNF made a "SteepTech" one-piece that was actually quite good...Maybe some will show up on feebay.
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Originally Posted by Bob Peters
That guy in the background is even more classic than the one-piece.

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Yeah, will has a really large Jew Fro, as he calls it. That thing was the hit of the party in jackson.
heres the other guys from the group
i like theirs better http://www.uvm.edu/~dwatkins/Jackson...htiesstyle.jpg
post #14 of 18
Well, this is technically a one-piece

post #15 of 18
would the coyote ruff clash with the jew'fro?



(I am actually interested in the provenance of that there coyote. They've a range Canada to Mexico. The garment states 'imported'. Is there a coyote export industry?)
post #16 of 18
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Originally Posted by madmanmlh
Yeah, will has a really large Jew Fro, as he calls it. That thing was the hit of the party in jackson.
heres the other guys from the group
i like theirs better http://www.uvm.edu/~dwatkins/Jackson...htiesstyle.jpg
Do I want to know what that one guy is doing with his hand?:
post #17 of 18
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Originally Posted by Frau
Do I want to know what that one guy is doing with his hand?:
nope
post #18 of 18
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Originally Posted by Bob Peters
That guy in the background is even more classic than the one-piece.

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Isn't that Screetch from Saved By The Bell?
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