I/O Merino Contact Pilot Suit
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Protect yourself from bitter cold seeping into your bones with the next-to-skin baselayer Pilot Suit from I/O BIO. Soft, breathable, and naturally odor-free, you stay cozy and comfy. The semi-fitted hood fits under helmets while the deep front zipper allows for easy on and offs.
- Mountain Gear refers to the men's version
The I/O Bio Men's Contact Pilot Suit is head to toe perfection. The hooded union suit design eliminates cold spots, and the "bomb-bay" relief zipper provides total convenience.The Men's Contact Pilot Suit is the ultimate base layer, providing warm, wicking comfort beneath your other layers. Hood for brain warmth, thumb loops for sleeve control and a waist drawcord to keep your warmth corralled. Enigma fabric, a Merino wool and elastane blend, is super breathable, dries quickly and feels soft against your skin. Natural, renewable, fine-thread Merino wool is soft, itch-free, warm, quick-drying and does not absorb odors.Merino wool can absorb up to 30% of its weight in water without feeling wet or losing its insulating capability.UV and burn-resistant for long-term durability.Can be washed and tumble dried for convenient cleaning.
- NRS refers to the men's version
Not since Shackleton's Voyage have men Endeavored to wear their long underwear for months on end without complaint. Enter the I/O Bio Merino Men's Contact 1 Pilot Suit. Perfect fit and stretch, ideal hood, thumb loops and waist draw cord, completed with a bomb-bay zip in the South P(h)ole region. They're SO perfect, Ernest may just want to try again!
- Altrec Outdoors refers to the men's version
Since you put on the one-piece I/O Bio Merino Contact Pilot Suit, you've noticed that your man parts stay drier, and ultimately warmer so you keep taking laps while your crew dries out in the lodge. Given its hooded, full-body look, you could easily use the Pilot Suit to channel your inner ninja, but once you feel the soft, warm, moisture-wicking wool surrounding your body, you won't think twice as you put down your sword and pick up a pair of skis.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version