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Duofold Men's Mid Weight Double Layer Thermal Union Suit, Navy, XX-Large
150.12 SAR

Duofold Men's Mid Weight Double Layer Thermal Union Suit, Navy, XX-Large

by  Duofold, Pants -  980 ratings

150.12 SAR 

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  • Two-layer thermal for warmth in cold weather
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    Ultimate thermal underwear. Count on this wool-blend union suit for warmth in very cold weather.


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  • Sizing Chart for this Item (since Amazon won't give you one)
    By GlobalBeats on 30 October 2013

    There is no sizing chart provided for this union suit, so I will spare you the agony I had to go through ordering the wrong size:

    Men's Sizes:
    Small: Chest 34"-36"
    Pants/Waist: 29"-30"

    Medium: Chest 38"-40"
    Pants/Waist: 32"-34"

    Large: Chest 42"-44"
    Pants/Waist: 36"-38"

    X-Large: Chest 46"-48"
    Pants/Waist: 40"-42"

    2X-Large: Chest 50"-52"
    Pants/Waist: 44"-46"

    This info came off the package itself. It would have been nice to know this BEFORE I ordered. Since my camping trip is in 2 days, I don't have time to return them and will have to use them, even though they are too large. I am 5'10" and 175LB, and the Large are way to big, although the length is about right. They are HUGE in the mid-section. Hopefully this info will help you. The suit itself is nice quality, and I would give it 5 stars if Amazon hadn't screwed me out of a sizing chart.

    500 people found this review helpful

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  • Fit? Warmth? Length? Perfect. All perfect.
    By Marc Falzon on 20 December 2017

    I just got in my Duofold Union suit, put it on, and I'm writing this review while wearing it. I'm very happy with this product, in fact, I couldn't be happier. It fits perfectly. I wanted to give you a breakdown of my thoughts on this product. Keep in mind I was NOT asked to review this product and have no incentive to do so.

    - Fit: Perfect. Not too tight or too small. I'm a size S guy, and normally at this size I've found it fits too tight and the sleeves/legs are too long. That WAS the case with the Carhart Union suit. I had to send it back. The Carhart was made for a slim model dude. The duofold is made for an average guy who doesn't have a 6 pack. The Duofold is perfect.
    - Sleeves/Legs: The sleeves aren't too long or too short, but just right.
    - Warmth: Double layer. Oh man, it's warm. Way better than the single thickness union suits that are sold. The best part? My regular clothes, and tight jeans, still fit over it.

    What I don't like:
    - Buttflap. This is just personal preference. I like the fold fashioned buttflap that has two buttons at the top. This has a side button that opens the back. Again, no big deal, but eh.

    26 people found this review helpful

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  • Bought 8 of these comfortable and toasty....
    By J. Brasher on 21 January 2016

    Bought 8 of these in all different sizes for our family holiday fun photos. Both male and female wore them. The fit is meant to be a bit loose as pj's so if you are wanting to wear them under clothing, you might want to go down a size for a snugger fit. The fabric is like a heavy tee shirt feel and they seem to be made well. We were all surprised at how comfortable and warm they were!

    64 people found this review helpful

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  • Comfortable! How this men's union suit fits a woman.
    By KP on 22 February 2019

    I work in cold conditions where undergarments are required to be natural fibers and a porta-john/porta-potty is often my only option. I usually avoid wool because even soft wool makes me itch; but, I know it is warm. So, cotton on the inside got my attention. I wanted one less layer that I have to tuck in.
    I am impressed with how comfortable this union suit is.
    It arrived yesterday and I slept in it last night to test comfort. I love it! I plan to buy more.
    For women's sizing: I looked at the image of a sizing chart they provided and read reviews.
    My measurements are 40" chest and 30" waist. 140 lb. And 5'4".
    A 30" inseam pant fits to my ankles when standing, I generally buy 32" inseam pants.
    I bought size small.
    The fit is a bit long in the crotch, likely because I have a short torso and no "package." :)
    It's not tight in the chest either. There is room for shrinking.
    The leg length is just right, with the crotch pulled up. (I have long legs for my height)
    If the leg length shrinks, I am prepared to deal with it since I have long socks. But I'll update if they shrink at all.
    Usage of rear button fly:
    Clearly the fly was made for men, so I knew there would be some adjusting. In order to sit on the throne and pee like a lady while using this fly, you've got to pull it forward a bit with one hand and hold it in place. I say it's worth it to avoid much of the freezing cold air in the porta-johns. I am getting a she-wee, so, I wont need to worry about that as often.
    In a couple days I will try it on under all my layers and test it in a cold work environment for 13 hours, then I will update.

    Update: it did shrink a little bit. It still fits. The leg length is still great. The crotch area is a bit less baggy now.
    The union suit certainly helps keep me warmer. Today was a high of 0° ferenheit and I'm not nearly as cold as I was with a thinner under-layer.
    Ladies: For those who were wondering, it works great with a Freshette (similar to she-wee) but I can still use the rear opening for all my restroom needs as well.

    9 people found this review helpful

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  • Underwear from The 50's....The 1850's
    By Inspector Nash Bridges on 16 February 2017

    In Dashiell Hammett's Maltese Falcon, private-eye Sam Spade "put(s) on a thin white union-suit".

    Sam Spade knew that he needed a good base layer when he was out on an all night stake-out. Believe when Inspector Nash Bridges tells you that it gets pretty cold when you sit in a car all night, peeking into windows with a set of binoculars.

    Lay down behind a bush. Nobody will see you. When was the last time that you needed to lay down behind a bush.......in your underwear?

    Sam Spade never crawled around the bushes in his underwear.

    A union suit is a type of one-piece long underwear. Created in Utica, New York, United States, it originated as women's wear during the 19th-century United States clothing reform efforts, as an alternative to constricting garments, and soon gained popularity among men as well. The first union suit was patented in 1868 as "emancipation union under flannel". Traditionally made of red flannel with long arms and long legs, it buttoned up the front and had a button-up flap in the rear covering the buttocks (colloquially known as the "access hatch", "drop seat", "fireman's flap", and other names). Depending on the size, some union suits can have a dozen buttons on the front to be fastened through buttonholes from the neck down to the groin area.

    The garment remained in common use in North America into the 20th century. As its popularity waned, it became chiefly working men's wear, increasingly replaced by two-piece long underwear, also known as "long johns". It was not uncommon until the mid-20th century for rural men to wear the same union suit continuously all week, or even all winter.

    Cut the sleeves off. When layering, you do not need to have bulky arms which restrict movement. Leave the rear flap button open. In the event of an emergency, you do not need to fumble with a button that you can't see. Socks go on under, not over. Socks need to be on your legs. If you pull the socks on over your union suit, or long johns, they will quit, fail, and fall down.

    If you actually have to go outdoors to use an outhouse, you'll be glad to have these on as you're disrobed to execute your final orders.

    Staying warm and dry depends upon proper layering. This is one of the better base layers for you to start with.

    And this is the kind of underwear that you need to grow a beard for.

    27 people found this review helpful

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