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Say goodbye to that pair of underwear.

You were halfway through the run when mama nature called and you needed to take a little piss break. Never one to half-ass anything, you went for the ol’ pee-fart combo. You gambled, and there is a very good chance that you gambled and lost. The Freedom Suit from Airblaster makes it easy to check on your shart-status with a circumferential waist zip that gives you easy access so you can check your pants or just pinch one off on purpose.
  • One-piece construction eliminates entry points for snow and wind so you stay dry when you’re neck-deep in white
  • Fully taped seams stop moisture from sleazing in so you don’t get wet
  • External pass pocket makes it easy to show your pass so that liftie that you’ve seen 80 times this season will stop asking to see your pass
  • Wrist gaiters and leg gaiters block snow from bullying its way into your suit

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1 5

Another ripped seam

Chalk up another return -- ripped a 4-inch hole along the seam on the right side of my Freedom Suit this past weekend. Didn't last more than 10 total days of boarding. I am by no means an extreme boarder, so this is definitely a quality issue. I also noticed the velcro seams coming loose on mine too. Whoever decided to use single stitching along all of the seams clearly has never actually been on a snowboard. Dogfunk should consider pulling this product from the catalog until Airblaster can improve the quality.

It's quite a shame because the Ninja Suit + Freedom Suit was a great combination while it lasted. I will be keeping the Ninja Suit but returning the Freedom Suit.

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I also had serious issue with the velcro on my suit. All the velcro strips that run up the main zipper came loose within 2 days of riding. The flap of left thigh pocket of my suit also tore away in one corner. Very cheaply made. Quite disappointed.

1 5

busted butt seam

First air in my new suit and split the pants wide open. How embarrassing. It fit me nice and baggy. Shouldn't have ripped. Whole suit is only single stitched. Dogfunk's return policy is the best. Refund with no questions asked. Can't beat that.

busted butt seam
1 5

oh well....

first i have to say its comfortable especialy while wearing a backprotector. the quality just sucks: the velcro in the front and pockets just came off after opening 3 times, same for the stiching in average...... at the inside the stiching came lose the complete side off the arm...it really sucks, since i was so eager to get it..... i guess this suit will not last till the end of season...
airbalster should work on their quality....

busted butt seam

busted butt seam

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First air in my new suit and split the pants wide open. How embarrassing. It fit me nice and baggy. Shouldn't have ripped. Whole suit is only single stitched.

5 5

Large Freedom Suit

My Suit just came in.
I'm 6'1" @ 260 and the large is snug but not too tight.
If you like your clothing baggy, It might be a little small.
I can't wear a sweater and thick sweats underneath it, but it will be perfect for under armor or the ninja suit.
If you are less in weight, the large is a perfect fit.
Overall, this suit is bad ass and I cannot wait to shred with it.

Large Freedom Suit

I am 180cm and 75kg. Is L-size for me?
Thanks...

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I am 180cm and 75kg. Is L-size for me?
Thanks foe answer!

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Probably depends how baggy you want your suit to be. I'm 178cm, 90kg, and it's long in the sleeves and legs, but not rediculously long. With my boots and gloves on, it's got just the right amount of bagginess. The medium might be a better choice - if you can find one...

4 5

check fit and quality... but still a very fresh suit!

i have not used this on the mountain so this is applies only to trying in on before riding in it. first of all with regards to fit... i am 5' 11" and weigh about 180. i have a 30 inch inseam and 36 inch waist. based on reviews and research i got a medium cause everyone said it was so baggy. well, the medium was too small. not so much in the size but the because legs of the bottom half have a boot cut to them and the thigh portion was very tight with only long underwear on. also, when i put my thumbs thru the wrist gaitors, it was too short for me to lean foward to adjust bindings. and with a 36 inch waist, it was snug. so i thought that if temps drop and i have to add layers, it would be way too tight. i returned the medium for a large and was very pleased. not too much more baggy. i did not look ridiculous in the large at all. pant lenght was good (30 inch inseam) and the arms allowed me to have full range of motion. this is certainly the type of garment you would want a little extra room in as opposed to being tight. the legs are boot cut meaning the thigh portion is tapered and below the knee flares out. even with the large the fit is not too baggy and i certainly dont feel like i am wearing a big trash bag. it has a rad "haz mat" feel to it and i know i will be super warm. the zip up to the top with a helmut still gives you plenty of breathing room and wearing a helmut does not seem to restrict too much. a word about the initial quaility of the garment. it is made in china and quality is only average from inspection. certainly not up to the standards of some higher end lines. but for $250 i think it seems to be well made and i am sure a.b. had to cut some corners to keep the price down. as mentioned before, if the central zipper breaks, you are in trouble. i noticed some poorly sewn areas and hope it will hold up under riding conditions... looks superfly though and i am sure it will get plenty of attention on the mountain. all in all seems to be a solid piece for the price and much better than pants and a back filled with snow after a tumble. good on a.b. for making solid equipment without breaking the bank.

4 5

check fit and quality... but still a very fresh suit!

i have not used this on the mountain so this is applies only to trying in on before riding in it. first of all with regards to fit... i am 5' 11" and weigh about 180. i have a 30 inch inseam and 36 inch waist. based on reviews and research i got a medium cause everyone said it was so baggy. well, the medium was too small. not so much in the size but the because legs of the bottom half have a boot cut to them and the thigh portion was very tight with only long underwear on. also, when i put my thumbs thru the wrist gaitors, it was too short for me to lean foward to adjust bindings. and with a 36 inch waist, it was snug. so i thought that if temps drop and i have to add layers, it would be way too tight. i returned the medium for a large and was very pleased. not too much more baggy. i did not look ridiculous in the large at all. pant lenght was good (30 inch inseam) and the arms allowed me to have full range of motion. this is certainly the type of garment you would want a little extra room in as opposed to being tight. the legs are boot cut meaning the thigh portion is tapered and below the knee flares out. even with the large the fit is not too baggy and i certainly dont feel like i am wearing a big trash bag. it has a rad "haz mat" feel to it and i know i will be super warm. the zip up to the top with a helmut still gives you plenty of breathing room and wearing a helmut does not seem to restrict too much. a word about the initial quaility of the garment. it is made in china and quality is only average from inspection. certainly not up to the standards of some higher end lines. but for $250 i think it seems to be well made and i am sure a.b. had to cut some corners to keep the price down. as mentioned before, if the central zipper breaks, you are in trouble. i noticed some poorly sewn areas and hope it will hold up under riding conditions... looks superfly though and i am sure it will get plenty of attention on the mountain. all in all seems to be a solid piece for the price and much better than pants and a back filled with snow after a tumble. good on a.b. for making solid equipment without breaking the bank.

Large freedom suit

Large freedom suit

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I'm just under 6', just under 200lb, 36" waist. This thing is pretty baggy, particularly in terms of length, but it's damned comfy.

Is there anywhere I can get an Airblaster...

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Is there anywhere I can get an Airblaster Freedom Suit in size small? There was one on the Airblaster site but it's gone now, it doesn't matter the color I just really need a size small!

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Sorry dude but we're sold out and Airblaster is sold out. This is the type of product you need to buy early in the year because they go so quick.

6', 200lb, 36" inch waist. What size do...

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6', 200lb, 36" inch waist. What size do you recommend, and will I be covered in most conditions if I've got something like the sumo/ninja suit underneath, or would additional layers be required on the colder days (-20C/-4F)?

Thanks guys.

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What's up TJD, one-piece snow suits are warmer than two pieces because you get a pocket of warm air from your head to your toes. So in -20C, you will probably be warm enough with a Ninja and maybe another base layer top over it. It depends on how warm blooded you are.

For your size, I recommend XL so the waist won't be too restricting. Large is good to 34 inch waist.

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Thanks Shredwise, but I already got my Large and it's almost perfect. Probably a little bigger than I would have liked, but that's mostly just because it's rediculously long! I think a medium would have been too tight. I'm stoked with this gear. Can't wait to get on the slopes with it.

Just as a side note, you should probably change the details regarding pockets. Given that there are no rear pockets, and there's actually one internal breast pocket. The hand pockets are rad.

hey im about 5'8" 30 waist and i want a...

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hey im about 5'8" 30 waist and i want a nice baggy suit u know. what size do u recomend.

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You want a medium. I'm 6 feet tall and the large airblaster stuff is baggy on me.

I am 6'1 @ 260 lbs. I am beefy, but I am...

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I am 6'1 @ 260 lbs. I am beefy, but I am not a fat ass. would a XL freedom suit get around my 38" waist comfortably?

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I'm 6 ft 200 lbs, and the large was very big on me. I'm sending it back for a medium and I bet a large would fit you pretty well. Definitely at least a 38 waist on the large.

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cdf4270066, I'm about the same height and weight, but with a 36" waist. Would you recommend the medium or large?

I'm 6'7" (I know...), any chance one of...

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I'm 6'7" (I know...), any chance one of these will fit?

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Sup Screech- at 6'7, I wouldn't be able to guarantee that the double X will fit. My buddy who is 6'6 has some XXL Airblaster pants and they're just long enough. If you're a lanky 6'7, you have a chance the Freedom Suit will be alright. If you're a beefy 6'7, you'll probs want to go with something else.

Food for thought - just imagine the self-inflicted eternal wedgie you'll receive any time you sit on the lift. OW.

i'm 6'3"...will the xxl fit kinda baggy?

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i'm 6'3"...will the xxl fit kinda baggy?

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Yep it will. XL will fit you pretty regs.

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Sweeeet!

Freedomsuit -
I have been snowboarding for about 10 years and the freedom suit is by far the best piece of winter gear I have owned. Far superior than wearing separate pant / jacket - Think Gloves vs. Mitts..Mitts = +way warmer because of the pocket of air inside one compartment as oppose to several...

My only concern at first was that if the center waist zip breaks then your basically screwed. However, after trying it on and checking it out, the seams look to be quite well held together and the zippers are of good quality, so I don't think that will be an issue.

Although I have yet try it out on the slopes (still waiting for snow!) I can say that it looks and feels like it will completely seal out all the wetness and offer good warmth just by wearing sweats/long johns (light weight ++).

The front pockets may seem weird at first, but since they are located on the front of the thigh, your board-lock/wallet/candy etc. wont get crushed or stab you when you perch on the ski lifts!

The pass pocket is the front breast pocket with the Airblaster logo, which is actually just a flap that reveals a sealed plastic window - sick!

The hood is nice and deep and adjustable via draw cords - I can imagine being completely sealed inside the suit on the whiteout days and being 100% comfortable and without sacrificing mobility.

If you get too hot, the vents are nice and easy to open and will certainly cool ya down.

Finally, the center zip... The center zip is key! think about it - true onezie means taking the entire suit off to do your biz....not with the center zip though! One quick unzip and then blam! easy peasy.

All in all I believe that anyone who is serious about being absolutely comfortable, warm, and lightweight all at the same time, should definitely include the Airblaster 1 piece in their arsenal.

I cant wait to try this bad boy out - hurry up snow!

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Hi! I'm just wondering how cold is it where you live?
Can you only use sweats/long johns when it's up to -10 C degrees? (14 F)
I'm worried because it's just a shell..

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trinelise i'm from north jersey and was riding in this suit today with just under armor on underneath and i was a little cold going up the lift. of course you forget you're cold while riding down but the ride up absolutely sucked. when people say this is just a shell they mean it. it is not insulated at all so make sure you layer. but on the plus side, no more snow in the butt!

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vicki, what was the temperature?

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This is a follow up to the review I posted above.
The suit, like others have mentioned is of poor quality - Mostly based on the single stitch around most the seams and the poor stitch quality on the velcro patches. I wore the suit for a weekend in Mont Tremblent -by the end of the weekend I had a few split seams and missing velcro pieces. I was super stoked about this suit at first glance but after testing it out I realize I will be returning this product to dogfunk. - To the dogfunk staff, if you could help me out in this regard that would be great. Do i just send it in and then go to the return page and say that I have returned it?
Thank you!

And is the suit only to keep dry, or is...

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And is the suit only to keep dry, or is it insultated/puffy too`?
-Trinelise

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The suit is not insulated, it is just a shell. On cold days you will want to wear long underwear beneath your Freedom Suit.

I'm 5 11, 160, would a LRG be super...

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I'm 5 11, 160, would a LRG be super baggy?

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No, it wouldn't be super baggy. YOu could choose a medium or large and either will fit.

Im 6'2, usually wear a 32 L pant...will...

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Im 6'2, usually wear a 32 L pant...will the Large be big enough?
also does the circumfrence zip seal out the pow completely?

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Whatup b34n, you prob want to go XL. I'm 6' zero and I wear a large in the Airblaster unisuit. And yes, you'll be 100% entombed in dryness! Like a method tweakin mummy!

the forest looks really vibrant. is that...

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the forest looks really vibrant. is that the true color? cuz on all other websites it looks much darker. dont worry im going to buy the suit either way but the true color will help me decide between the forest and black. thanks

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This will be the accurate color. Airblaster website's colors are kinda washed out.

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From what I remeber it is a shade darker, abit more forest rather than torquie.