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W's Sickbird 3L Shell Suit

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  • The SICKBIRD SUIT is perfect for the deepest storm days and as anyone who has worn one in these conditions will tell you, once you go once-piece you won't go back. Designed to provide the ultimate in outerwear protection, comfort, and simplicity, the updated Sickbird Suit is now constructed with the uncompromisingly durable and weatherproof Recon Elite 3L 4-way stretch fabric. The women's Sickbird has a flattering cut and relaxed fit that enhances freedom of movement with ample storage and vents to maximize utility. Forget what you know about the onesie because the Strafe Sickbird suit is like nothing you've ever experienced.


  • FIT: Relaxed

    PANT INSEAM: 32 in (size Small)


    • Linnea is 5'5"/165cm wearing size Small (Peachy)
    • Jordie is 5'4"/188cm wearing size Small (Olive)
  • FACE FABRIC: Recon ELITE 3L 4-way stretch | 100% nylon face, 100% polyester jersey backer, DWR treatment

    INSULATION: none

    LINING: none

    WEIGHT: 960 g (33.9 oz)


    GUARANTEE: Strafe 2 Year Warranty

aspen mountain powder turn with skier in peachy sickbed suit


  • Unique one-piece shell with fully seam sealed, 3-layer waterproof construction and DWR (durable water repellent) finish.
  • A very limited production piece, this suit will be your one-of-a-kind look on the mountain.
  • Extremely durable (200,000+ Martindale) and 4-way stretch face fabric provides reliability, garment longevity, and uninhibited mobility during activity with exposed underarm and hamstring vents for warmer days.
  • Removable internal suspenders for hiking and après domination.
  • Relaxed fit and seamless waist for effortless mobility and comfort.
  • Soft microfleece lined front hood & chin guard adds next-to-skin comfort and warmth. Full length interior windguard keeps breeze out. Integrated helmet compatible hood with 3-point adjustment for inclement weather.
  • Spacious hand pockets with interior mesh electronics sleeve in right hand pocket and two lower zippered cargo pockets. Oversized pack-friendly chest pockets with one interior mesh electronics sleeve.
  • Interior zippered mesh pocket with media port and a large mesh drop pocket with elastic binding; plus a pass pocket on lower sleeve
  • Keep snow out and warmth in with the buttery-soft quick-dry knit thumbhole cuffs and stretch powder gaiters with gripper elastic. Zippered hem gussets on cuff for boot or binding compatibility.
  • Water resistant and reliable YKK AquaGuard® (Coil) and VISLON® zippers and snaps.
  • Added durability with CORDURA® hem guards and external CORDURA® scuff guards.

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    United States United States
    I recommend this product


    Absolutely a 10/10 with the Sickbird. Fit is spot on, Recon fabric is like no other and the warmth factor in a shell design is surprising and incredible. Wearing a med weight base was not bulky at all underneath. The suspenders built in kept the layers in place and honestly made it simple for Apres Ski!

    • How would you rate the sizing of this product? Runs SmallPerfectRuns Large
    • What size did you purchase? S
    • What is your favorite mountain or place to ride? Stratton Vermont
    Strafe Outerwear W's Sickbird 3L Shell Suit Review
    jenny k.
    United States United States
    I recommend this product

    Bring me snow

    Hope it works last one i had stayed water resistant for 4 years in tride. Ps finding a taylor to alter sucks.

    • What is your favorite mountain or place to ride? Tride
    • What size did you purchase? M
    • How would you rate the sizing of this product? Runs SmallPerfectRuns Large
    Tiffany T.
    United States United States
    I recommend this product

    LOVE this suit

    can't wait to try it out next year! Looks and feels awesome.

    • What is your favorite mountain or place to ride? Jackson Hole
    • What size did you purchase? S
    • How would you rate the sizing of this product? Runs SmallPerfectRuns Large

    Strafe Outerwear

    Next year's forecast: powder days in your new sickbird suit!

    Austria Austria
    I recommend this product

    Such a great investment!!

    I've been living in this suit for the last couple of months ski touring in the Austrian Alps. It's so thoughtfully designed I thought it well worth a review! DETAILS: All of the air vents, pockets, seems, scuff guards and hand warmers are super well thought out and I get sooooo many compliments on the colours (I have the pink and the green suits from the 2019-20 collection). When I'm touring I'm either a sweaty mess or shivering and in all of the different conditions this suit has kept me dry and comfortably warm. The seams are properly waterproofed and the fabric at the top around the chin doesn't chafe. The hood fits securely over a helmet. So far there's no sign of wear and tear on the suit where my AVA bag surely rubs or from carrying skis over my shoulder. The suspenders inside mean you can take the top jacket off, tie it around your waist and still be properly covered. SIZING: I'm 168/5'5", lean and normally wear a 25 in trousers and the XS is a perfect fit. It's not too baggy and it's also not too tight. I am comfortably wearing first and second layers beneath. If you're a few inches taller than me I think you might need to take a S. For comparison, I'm also an XS in Ortovox, an XS in Arc'teryx and a 34 in Toni Sailor. LAYERING: On warmer days I only need a first layer but when it's wet or cold I've been wearing either the Aero Insulator or the Aero Pullover Insulator so I highly recommend both of these jackets (both in XS). For super arctic days I comfortably wear a thicker puffer.

    • How would you rate the sizing of this product? Runs SmallPerfectRuns Large
    • What size did you purchase? XS
    • What is your favorite mountain or place to ride? Austrian Alps

    Worth It!

    I bought a previous year's model and after riding it a full season I can say that I absolutely love it. I tried on several onesies before buying this one and this was the best fitting suit of those I tried - roomy where needed for comfort and movement, but still cut in a way that's stylish. It's also extremely well made, durable, waterproof, and warm. I definitely prefer the one-color design, which I have in a vibrant turquoise. Overall an expensive investment, but worth it.