FOR LOUNGING ON THE OBSERVATION DECK
Spacesuits aren’t known for their comfort. After all, they’re basically life-support capsules that encase the astronaut, keeping them alive in the harsh vacuum of space, where they’re being bombarded with debris and radiation. But inside the protection of the International Space Station, crewmembers get slightly more comfortable clothing. However, because of the limited resources on the ISS (both water and storage space) they only get to change clothes once every ten days.
We do not suggest you try that with this Astronaut Hooded Lounger. It looks like an EVA suit, but it’s actually soft, comfy fleece. It has shiny silver details and ribbed cuffs at the wrists and ankles that’ll keep the cold from seeping in. Just maybe not to the extreme of the coldness of space. Also, throw this in the laundry more than once every ten days so you don’t scare your crewmates off.