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Extra-Large Footed Pajamas with Hood and Drop Seat - Men's Plus Size - Great Christmas Gift

Updated on November 14, 2015
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Being large size myself, I feel qualified to choose appropriate clothes,not always easy to find, for other generously proportioned people


It's Amazing the Way Onesies or Footy Pajamas have Caught on

They're not romantic, Some of them aren't even practical, but they certainly do keep you warm in winter, and they are distinctly cuddly.

What's more, you can wear your usual T-shirt and pants, or thermal underwear, underneath, and then you'd be as snug as a bug in a rug.

If you wear these around the home, you'll save on winter heating bills and could keep your place about 5 degrees cooler than usual.....that is, provided no-one else at home objects, or refuses to dress as warmly as you.

I'm Planning to Give the Above Footed Pyjamas to my Brother as a Christmas Present

He's 6ft tall and weighs about 13 stone, and he'll be amazed to get something like this in his size.

To my mind, he's a bit eccentric - He lived in Africa for about 35 years, and feels the English cold very much, especially as he suffers from Raynaud's disease, which means he has poor circulation and gets cold hands and feet.

So what does he do?

He sleeps with the window open, even in mid-winter with sub-zero temperatures. He says he can't breathe when it's shut. So he sleeps wrapped in a duvet with a couple of blankets on top, a scarf and a woolly hat with ear-muffs. At the age of 80 he can afford to be odd, but I bet he looks a real treat when he's all dressed up to go to bed! It would be hard to stop myself laughing if I saw him.

I think he's going to love these warm fleecy footed pajamas, and I suspect he'll be wearing them to lounge about his flat half the day.

What makes these particular onesies a winner is that they have a drop-down flap, so he's never going to get caught short struggling to get them down in time when he goes to the bathroom in a hurry. With some of them, you'd have to virtually strip off to go, but not these cleverly designed ones. He could even keep the hood up to keep his ears warm.

Here are Some More Footed Onesies; This one is Currently Half Price

Del Rossa Microfleece Footed Pajamas, Steel, XXX-Large (A0320STL3X)
Del Rossa Microfleece Footed Pajamas, Steel, XXX-Large (A0320STL3X)

hood and zip-off feet with non-skid traction design

100% cotton

Adult One Piece Pajama Suits

Here's the selling blurb:

Premium Microfiber Fleece

Size Small to 3X, please see product description.

Elastic back with a gathered waist line

Comffy hood and zip-off feet with non-skid traction design


NB: the Onesies Above and the Family Onesies Below do Not Have an Opening Rear Flap

Not having a rear flap may not bother you, but I thought I should just point it out.

The footies below are more expensive than the first two on this page, but I love the idea of a whole regiment of family members wearing them..

Even your pets won't get left out - I've never seen that before, but I suppose it's progress. I wonder whether this will start a hashTrend, with people all round the world putting their pets with footies on Facebook, whatsApp, Twitter and YouTube.

Onesie Day

Craigmount Onesie Day

What are Your Feelings About Onesies?

 (that isn't me, by the way - I'm better looking)
(that isn't me, by the way - I'm better looking) | Source

Would you take the plunge and wear them ?

This fashion, or maybe we should say fashion disaster, really took hold in 2010. Onesies were originally only intended to keep babies and small children warm. It was anticipated that their parents would help them to dress and undress.

Then, the extraordinary happened - They became a grown-up phenomenon, developed as a sort of anti-fashion statement by students, who, mostly, were able to dress and undress themselves without assistance.

Later even their parents and grandparents began to see the sense in dressing warmly for winter, in the face of odd looks by the non-cognoscenti. But I would suggest that assisted dressing should be the norm for those of feeble constitution and advanced years.

I Have Just a Few Words to Say About Onesies:

- Just don't let your fans see you wearing them

- Not a good look outside the confines of your home

- Not suave or sophisticated

- Could look adorable if you look adorable anyway

Take the Poll below, and see what everyone else thinks:

Could you, would you love a man in a Onesy?

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    • flinnie lm profile image

      Gloria Freeman 

      4 years ago from Alabama USA

      I like these footed PJs, great for cold weather.

    • Gloriousconfusion profile imageAUTHOR

      Diana Grant 

      5 years ago from United Kingdom

      @Brite-Ideas: True, some people don't need anything on their feet to keep warm, but if you turn the central heating off at night to save money, an extra layer on your feet can be very cozy - after all, lots of people put their feet on a hot water bottle to warm them up.

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      Barbara Tremblay Cipak 

      5 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      lol - my friend and I were at the mall today (something I never do) and we saw some these displayed and were in fact commenting on them, I told her that her feet would get so hot she would have to cut the footies off of them!


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