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Epix pt 2 - Ironman Suit
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Aug 19, 2010  hits 24,647

You really have to embrace your inner geek when you wear one of these.
You really have to embrace your inner geek when you wear one of these.

In the second part of our review of Epix gear, we check out the Ironman suit, another true-to-its-name design that lets adults dress up like a comic book superhero. Yeah, sounded cool to us too.


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  • This colorway doesn't actually exist (we Photoshopped the red and gold in), but we'd love to see it produced.
  • This is what the suit really looks like - the gradients help sell the illusion of a metallic surface.
  • The back of the suit has a different design from the front, and really looks the part.
  • The Epix logo is placed on the side here, and on the centerpiece of the chest.
  • The squared-off pockets are nice and deep, with plenty of room for gels and more.
  • You really have to embrace your inner geek when you wear one of these.

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