Whether you're tearing up the mountain on your snowboard or your snowmobile, you're gonna want the Tobe Vivid Mono Suit in your corner. This rugged one-piece snowsuit features 45,000mm of waterproof protection from head to toe, keeping you dry no matter how deep the snow you're falling into gets, and every seam is fully sealed so there's no avenue for moisture to sneak in. Even the Aquaguard zippers are designed to keep water out. Integrated leg and wrist gaiters further bolster your snow defenses, and the leg gaiters include metal hooks for attaching to your boots. The durable Cordura construction is built to stand up to hard-charging mountain adventures, with reinforced seams that are double stitched for durability. Kevlar patches are placed at high wear places such as the knees, inner calf, and cuffs. Tobe equipped the suit with a kill switch D-ring, so you can attach a lanyard to your snowmobile's engine in case you and your rig part ways unexpectedly. The Vivid isn't all techy performance features, either--it also boasts plenty of comfort for long days in the snow. The same membrane that's powerfully waterproof is also breathable, so you're not sweating up a storm when you're riding hard, and the suit features ventilation points at both the chest (so you can still unzip with a backpack on) and thighs, so you can dump heat quickly. Internal ergonomic shoulder braces offer a comfortable, adjustable fit, and interior drawcords at the waist let you further tweak for ideal comfort. And--of course--there are plenty of pockets for stashing snacks, maps, phone, music, ski pass, and more.
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