Freedom to ride in style. Freedom to #2 with ease.
Those 1980s monoskiers had the right idea about something—no, not their choice of skis—yes, those one-piece suits; those things were good. With the Airblaster Men's Freedom Suit, you can throw it back in style without having to clip into some forward-facing snowboard like a crazy person. Now the Freedom Suit isn't some thrift-store gem to be worn once a year for drinking wine coolers at that 80s-themed kegger; this is the real deal, with fully-taped seams and modern waterproof fabric.
The best thing about one-pieces is that you can rock the steep and deep all day long without chunks of ice and snow creeping their way down into your drawers. The second-best thing about this one-piece is the waist zipper for easy access when you're out in the back bowl and this morning's gas-station burrito starts telling you it's time. Man, those Airblaster designers sure were thinking. You know what else they were thinking about? You, they were thinking about you, and how you need a media cord port and interior pocket for jamming out to your tunes. They also gave you cool features like mesh-lined legs, underarm vents, wrist gaiters, and adjustable lower-leg gaiters.
- Waterproof nylon
- Fully-taped seams
- Tailored fit
- One-piece design
- Ninja baselayer suit compatible
- Waist zip #2 access
- Mesh-lined legs
- Underarm vents
- Lycra wrist gaiters
- Media cord port and internal pocket
- Adjustable lower leg gaiters
- Reinforced knee, butt, and kick patches
- Hidden stash pocket
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i am fairly big person that is 6'5 and 300 pounds and to Imagen my fit of a linemen who plays football. would the 3XL fit me? the waist of myself is 40 but thats all i know. here is a photo in comparison who is small compared to me. (im the dude)
Nice Quality. Takes Getting Used To.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
Fairly baggy fit, and I'm tall (6'2" 220lbs). The low hanging crotch can bother you. I wear a backpack which keeps the suit where I like it. The suit is just a shell, so you'll need base and midlayers. You will not get snow inside your clothing (my reason for buying). It is very effective. I would have preferred cargo type pockets, but overall it is a nice product.
What is the inseam length for a men's small Airblaster Freedom Suit?