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Sean Passanisi
(passanis) - MLife
Important news for Cap 4 fans on 03/10/2013 21:11:35 MDT Print View

For Fall 2013, Patagonia is producing a Cap 4 EW One-Piece Suite, a.k.a. a onesie.

Gram counters note that this thing will weigh in at 363 g, 13 g less than the separate cap 4 hoody and bottoms. Yes, it's less flexible but I expect to be wearing this thing around my house pretty much permanently. Unclear whether there is an opening for the buttocks.

Stephen M
(stephenm) - MLife

Locale: Mind your own business
Re: Important news for Cap 4 fans on 03/10/2013 21:14:08 MDT Print View

The question of the backside opening has always put me off one piece bad layer, it will be interesting to see how this goes.

Vince Contreras
(pillowthread) - F

Locale: like, in my head???
Please please please... on 03/10/2013 22:00:49 MDT Print View

...let there be attached footies. I, too, will live one of these if there's integrated slipper socks...

Sean Passanisi
(passanis) - MLife
Re: Please please please... on 03/10/2013 22:16:34 MDT Print View

Sorry, looks like the onesie is ankle-length. :(

Jeff Jeff
(TwoFortyJeff) - F
Re: Important news for Cap 4 fans on 03/10/2013 22:27:41 MDT Print View

I can't imagine how cold it would have to be for me to want to be covered from head to toe in cap 4.

Dale Wambaugh
(dwambaugh) - MLife

Locale: Pacific Northwest
Re: Re: Important news for Cap 4 fans on 03/10/2013 23:28:26 MDT Print View

If they made a red one in R2 with a matching balaclava, you could change your trail name to Elmo ;)


Ken Bennett
(ken_bennett) - F

Locale: southeastern usa
Re: Please please please... on 03/11/2013 13:07:34 MDT Print View

Just find your favorite wool socks and sew them to the ankles of the onesie.

Richard Fischel
drop seats on 03/11/2013 13:19:04 MDT Print View

i have a couple of patagonia fleeces that are bibs and onesies. they have all have fairly functional drop-seat arrangements and double slider front zippers.

Mike M
(mtwarden) - MLife

Locale: Montana
onesie on 03/11/2013 14:38:49 MDT Print View

for a few grams I'd rather have two pieces that can be added or subtracted as needed- I've worn the top a bunch of times that I wouldn't have wanted the bottoms

for house lounging on the other hand....... :)