- modern styling with rear flap opening
- classic button-up front extends down the mid-section
- cotton and polyester fiber blend helps to keep you warm and provides breathability
- cuffed sleeves and fitted leg openings help retain heat
- tag-free design for increased comfort
- essential cold-weather thermal
The first change I noticed was the collar is now a rib-knit collar similar to a Jockey Classic T-shirt instead of the bound-edge collar from previous years. The new collar may contribute to the neckline being slightly lower than last year's union suit, which buttoned at the base of the neck. The suit's top button is slightly below the top (not neck) button of a buttoned shirt, which, at least on my body, hides the collar completely. The body of the union suit is loose fitting on my 5'10", 165 lb frame (32" waist and 40" chest). There is an inch or so of extra room through the waist and lower chest, though the shoulders seem to fit correctly. The legs and arms of the suit fit well, and keep their shape and length after several hours of work/wear. Union suits I have purchased from other manufacturers seem to become shorter in the arms and legs over time. The three-button drop seat is still a great feature and beats the single button vertical seat found in other union suits. The cotton-blend fabric is soft and there has been no shrinkage through a couple of wash cycles.
Overall, this is a good union suit for cold weather activities.
Minor problem of button holes expanding after use and trouble keeping buttoned.
wear around the house
I like the flap in the back