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Your new favorite base layer for milder weather.

The Airblaster Hoodless Ninja Suit delivers all of the same great function as the regular version, but with shorter legs and no hood for warmer spring weather (or riders who just prefer a more low-profile first layer). Four-way stretch wicking fabric allows for ultimate freedom of movement, while the circumferential waist zip lets you take care of business without getting mostly nude in the resort restroom.

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5 5


  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share

Super warm! Perfect for when outside for long periods of time!

4 5

Legs cut off

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Make sure that you read the description because i got one pair and another though they were the same but one had the half legs for your boots. Both work well just thought the picture was a bit miss leading.

5 5

This is the future, the future is now.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Quit wasting time or money on anything else. This is the end all be all base layer for any serious rider. and they make kick ass pj's. the material is sooo comfy. I've been wearing my now for 3 weeks, only taking it off to wash it... and then I miss it... Just got the merino for the cold days and will buy another hoodless if they have it. Hoodless is perfect for normal riding. IDK if you know, but if you tuck your base layer into your boots you create a layer line that will cut off blood circulation... why be a victim when you can be a NINJA?

5 5

Basic Necessity

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I can't ski without my Ninja Suit. Where to start... You'll never get snow down your back ever again, the 3/4 legs make wearing this with ski boots perfect, i've worn it and washed it at least 200 times and its still in good shape, and as the other reviews say, it really doesn't get that stinky, all things considered...

My tip is buy 2, then you can switch back and forth if you ride a lot.

5 5

This thing is INSANE

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

First time wearing one of these, it was awesome. Two days boarding, no smell. Kept me nice and warm, but when it did heat up a little it wasn't all sweaty and gross.
Freaking comfortable, i was wearing mine around the house before the trip. Can't recommend it enough!

5 5

Totally Great

Wish I could have picked this up earlier this season, but, the best thing about this suit is that I could still wear it for the warm end of the season, and I have no doubts that it will keep me warm on most days midseason as well. Ever have a problem with snow goin' down the crack in your back? How about a lack of wrist gaiters on that sweet jacket you have? This guy will solve both those problems! I also have a mop of long, flowing Fabio hair that I would prefer not to restrict with a traditional ninja hood, so this eliminates that, as well as cuts off a little extra material on the bottom that is always covered by my socks anyway.
I'm a skinny 130, and about 5'11'', and got the medium, which fits me pretty well.

5 5

It's awesome

I work at a mountain so if I'm not riding I'm working and this is one of the best things I own. I'm looking into getting another one because I have to wash it almost every dAy deffinetly worth the money

5 5

nice addition

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The hoodless Ninja Suit is nice for a couple reasons...

You don't need to have the hood bunch up in the back of your neck while riding (though it doesn't even bunch that badly due to the lightweight fabric)
The knee-length legs do not allow for extra fabric inside your boot. Also good if you wear a knee brace!
Mock turtle necks are friggin cool.

5 5

Das Ninja Suit

I just received this thing in the mail and I was super impressed by its build quality and the thoughfulness put into make it. Front opening to pee and the ass zips out for #2's. Very comfortable to be in overall. I'm excited to wear it on the slopes. Will report back with the results.

I'm 6' 4" and pretty skinny. will a size...

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I'm 6' 4" and pretty skinny. will a size L pinch my balls or should i go with the XL?

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I might go with the XL. I'm 6' and 160 and have a large and theres a little room in the torso to move around and never feel restricting, but If I was much taller I'd size up.

Plus the thing fits pretty tight anyway, The people that designed it probably know not a ton of really fat people are buying these

5 5


I have had the hoodless Ninja and the regular. Both are awesome, but personally I like the hoodless. It is a great alternative if you dont want a hood and need a little leg breathing room. The best first layer in the world.

I'm about 5'8"-5'9", 125 pounds, with a...

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I'm about 5'8"-5'9", 125 pounds, with a slim runners build (high school varsity xc and track), and I'm expecting to grow another 2 inches or so. I have a 30" waist and 32" inseam. What size should I get? Thanks!

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I'd say Medium. I'm similar size but a little fatter and wear a Medium. It might be a little baggy, but a size Small would probably be too short.

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I agree, I am 5'8" and weigh 135 and wear a medium