Like loggers—who spend their days bending, lifting, cutting and hauling—we consider a good pair of suspenders crucial to our performance. Our custom-constructed harness is padded for comfort, have three adjustments points to keep everything in place, and have two thoughtfully-placed radio clips. The mesh panel between the shoulder blades gives you a more ergonomic fit without sacrificing breathability. Our suspenders are as rugged as the terrain we ride in.
You can never have too many pockets
With 4 external pockets, a goggle-specific pocket and a smart-pocket for your phone, this suit has storage for all your adventure essentials—and then some. Remembering which pocket you put things in is up to you.
A snowmobile’s ventilation system is crucial to the machines performance. When the engine overheats, it loses power. Our bodies work similarly—we also need the ability to cool down. So when we designed the ventilation system for this monosuit, we drew inspiration from our toys. Micro stretch panels mimic vent screens to keep rain and snow out. And we moved the vents closer to the chest so that they works optimally with backpacks.
Customize your zipper
A collar that is too tight feels constrictive. One that’s too loose can be cold. And a centered zipper under your chin can be jabbing and uncomfortable. That’s why we re-developed this zipper on this monosuit 4 times: to design a collar that every rider could customize for the combination of comfort and ventilation.
V3 of the non-insulated Tiro Monosuit. With the Tiro Monosuit we have packed the high quality together with minimal design, which makes it our most "bang-for-the-buck MonoSuit". The Tiro MonoSuit is available both as an insulated and non insulated version. >>California Proposition 65
MembraneSympatex® 45,000 mm