Sad to see this go but i have too much shit. Let me know if you got questions... I'm 6' 2" and it fits well.
The Sickbird Suit was designed for those looking for the ultimate in storm protection. 3L construction, durable 140-denier, 4-way stretch fabric and functional design make this the perfect weapon for slaying big lines. A 20K/25K rating means you’ll stay dry all day long, no matter what Mother Nature throws in your face. Guaranteed to make you SKI FAST.
Helmet compatible hood with 3-point adjustment
Internal waistband adjustment for custom fit
Huge pit and thigh vents to dump heat
Cuff adjustment for hiking and skinning
STRAFE OUTERWEAR (for those that dont know)
After twin brothers Pete and John Gaston graduated from CU-Boulder in 2009, they moved to Aspen with a plan to launch a technical outerwear company. “We started Strafe because most outerwear is made for mountaineers, not skiers,” Pete says. Their products include the one-of-a-kind Sickbird, a one-piece suit, and the Nomad pants and jacket.
“The Sickbird is what we are known for,” Pete says, describing laminated three-layer fabric that’s waterproof, stretchable and breathable. “A high-performance technical one-piece like that just didn’t exist.” Sickbird suit: $600 retail. Nomad jacket: $350; pants: $300.
Made by Strafe Outerwear, Aspen Highlands, (970) 429-8648, http://www.strafeouterwear.com .