All foam clothes are sewn with an industrial walking foot machine or an industrial serger.  The lining is tricot with the outer mesh covering.  Everything is a synthetic material--polyester or nylon.  Mesh has holes in it, the wind goes right thru it, which is why it handles moisture so well, the moisture from your body goes out to the cold.  So you must wear an uncoated windbreaker over top.



Women's jackets are made with Princess seaming which means there is an extra fitting seam along the bust line that fits to your body much better than a straight front.

The back also has a Princess seaming. 

The sleeves and hems are finished with the mesh covering the raw edges.  Using a serger at the hems of foam and lining allows for a smooth finish, then the mesh is turned under.

The collar finishes off the neckline and in a 1 inch jacket, the collar is made with 1/2 inch foam so that it is much more comfortable to wear.

The sleeves in a one inch jacket are made from 3/4 inch foam so you have much more movement range. 

For a woman with a large bust, we usually add a webbing strap under the bust, as that allows for a better fit and doesn't allow cold to get up there.

The back of the jacket is longer than the front, so when you bend, the cold doesn't go up your back.


Women's pants have a seam down the back of the fanny, that allows for a better fit.  Very comfortable.

The waist has a drawstring in it to pull it tight.  There is a fly front with snaps.

Since sitting down pulls on the knee material, there is extra foam and fabric in the front legs for knees.


When measuring, don't wear jeans, as they add about 5 inches to your size.  Foam clothes are to worn as underwear, so measure over your undies.

Your jacket must fit over your hips PLUS the foam of your pants, so extra is added at the width of the hem of jacket.


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Men's jackets are a straight front and back.  1/2 inch collar and 3/4" foam on a one inch jacket

Pants have fly front with snaps and a drawstring at waist to pull tight.

At the crotch area, there is a diamond shaped gusset that keeps 4 inches of foam seams from gathering at that particular area.

Finished hems and extra room at knee so that sitting down is comfortable.


If you have a large belly, then I need to know that, so the front can fit over and below it.

If you wear your pants below your belly, then I need to know that too, so i can fit your properly.


Presently I don't have children's pictures--have given those clothes to the families.

Jacket sleeves, and pants legs are made longer so they can be rolled up for growth.  Most kids don't grow that much in girth, just height.



Hats are made with strap/snaps under the chin that can be pulled back and snapped behind the head. 

The cover can be your choice of color.

A bill on the cap is optional, but keeps the falling snow out of your eyes.



Mittens are made with thumb in the correct position, not like an oven mitt.

There is a D ring at the wrist that is for attaching a snap lock on a cord, which is attached to your outer wind breaker (under the sleeve) so that you could drop your mittens and wouldn't lose them.  This is especially nice for children.


The mitten goes over your sleeve hem, and has a drawstring cord to tighten it. 

At the wrist is a strap that tightens it at that point.

You can choose the color of the outer cover.

Bed Booties


Booties are made like slippers, with a strap at the ankle.

They can be worn inside your sleeping bag or bed.


Overshoes are made of cordura (a fabric for duffle bags or suitcases) that has a waterproof coating on the bottom.  They are basically like  galoshes.

You can choose the color

Stuf sacs are made of waterproof cordura, which is what they use to make suitcases.
It has grommets and cord closure
Straps for carrying over the shoulders. 

There is a strap with snap lock to condense and bind foam into smaller piece so you can stuff it better.  $2 each