Tiro V2 Monosuit Insulated

by Tobe

The TOBE Tiro™ V2 Insulated Mono Suit is intended for the beginner to intermediate rider. Tiro™ V2 Utilizes the Sympatex® 45,000mm membrane and 2-layer construction to ensure complete protected from the elements. We've added a light 120g insulation layer in the arms and legs and a slightly heavier 200g in the body. All zippers are fully waterproof with YKK Aquaguard® and all seams are double stitched for added durability. Added mesh lined under arms zipper vents ensure optimal temperature regulation. Features laser cut neoprene wrist gaters, fully functioning cell phone pocket and Armortex® Kevlar reinforced leg cuffs.

Fit Profile: Hybrid Fit

Sizing Recommendation: Most people order true-to-size when purchasing an insulated mono suit. Order one size down for tailored fit. Order usual size for regular fit, if you have wide shoulders or if you wear bulky internal protective equipment

The Tiro V2 Mono Suit is intended for intermediate users. Tiro V2 Utilizes the Sympatex® 45,000mm membrane and 2-layer construction to ensure the wearer is completely protected from the elements. Tiro V2 is 100% waterproof, 100% windproof and optimally breathable.

The Tiro V2 Mono Suit offers plenty of storage for all your needs in the backcountry with 5 exterior pockets, including a large cargo pocket on each leg, and an interior goggle pocket and functional cell phone pocket.

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.

In the most technologically advanced age in history, most outerwear still requires us to take our phone out of our pockets. Our silicone smart-pocket is touch-friendly, helping you stay connected and communicate faster, so that you can spend less time pulling your phone out and more time having fun.

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.


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