Airblaster Men's Freedom Suit

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Airblaster Freedom Suit
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Like the comfortable yet high-tech one-piece an astronaut wears as he hovers above the earth, the Airblaster Freedom Suit will take you to places beyond your wildest dreams, but it will keep you as comfy as if you were reading a mystery novel and lazily sipping Chamomile on your bear-skin rug. And, while you don't have to be overly concerned about aliens and scorching-hot space rocks slipping into your trousers, you do ride with the constant threat of snowballs if you're still wearing the antiquated jacket-and-pant setup. Step into the future where we all wear jump-suits. Proof? Check out ANY sci-fi TV show set in the future.

The Freedom Suit is made with tough nylon. Not only will you enjoy the admiring glances of hundreds of potential mates, you'll also enjoy the shell's waterproofing and breathability that protect you from snow and clamminess. Fully taped seams eliminate typical weak spots, and internal boot gaiters with lace hooks keep snow from finding its way into your pant legs. The Freedom Suit is also equipped with zippered underarm vents and zippered, mesh-lined leg vents that allow you to dump heat in a hurry if you need to. At this point, you're probably thinking, "This suit is astonishing, but what if I have to poop?" The folks at Airblaster also poop, so they included a 350-degree waist zipper that makes potty-time a good time, every time. There's also a zippered fly so you can write your name in the snow in a hurry and get the hell out of there. Welcome to the future.

Lining and Layers:

  • Zippered, mesh-lined leg vents


  • Tough nylon construction (10K/10K), fully taped seams


  • Classic fit top, boot-cut bottom


  • Fixed, adjustable hood


  • Boot gaiters with lace hooks
The Airblaster Freedom Suit is designed to put the full court press on powder conditions. Designed with a fun-damentally smooth style and a 350 circumferential waist zip that allows you to expel waste in moments of specific movements, the Freedom Suit grants you life and liberty in the pursuit of powder without restricting mobility like a Chinese Finger Trap.
Due in large part to its 10K waterproof and breathable fabric, the comfort of the Freedom Suit frees the frosty feelings that build up from pushing pencils at your desk. Encased in its one-piece design, you'll forget about your 9-to-5 while its Classic Fit and Boot Cut send style streaming out into the skies like the Star Spangled Banner. But freedom requires hard work and determination, and for that, leg vents and pit zips have been outfitted to help regulate body temperature.
In closing, the Freedom Suit from Airblaster culminates in a perfect storm of fabrics and features that combat the perfect storms that blanket our mountains with snow each year. For that we salute both Airblaster and Mother Nature for their ongoing commitment to their healthy symbiotic relationship.
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Also available for: Women
Breathability Rating:10,000 g/m
Fit:Classic fit through the top and boot cut fit through the pants
Pockets:2 front pockets, 1 pass pocket and 2 side pockets
Seam Sealing:Fully taped
Vents:Mesh-lined vents under arms and inner thigh
Waterproof Rating:10,000 mm
Zipper:Circumferential waist zipper
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Airblaster Freedom Suit Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Just picked up this jacket in a size small in black. I'm a 5'1, 125lb girl and I've heard that the women's freedom suit fits a little strange and that I should just size down in a mens, thats exactly what I did and I'm so glad.
I like my stuff a little baggy, so this fit is perfect for me. For anyone else that likes normal sizing and they are small like me, xs is your best bet. The quality is amazing, the fabric is not stiff at all, very soft and comfortable. I haven't been able to take it out yet but it seems like it's a little more burly than just a shell, I think just a good first layer and I'd be warm on the coldest days.

kelcie2326132 at on 11/12/2013

I ordered this suit for my husband. He loves it. He can't wait for snow to start falling so he can wear it on the mountain. He fully expects everyone to be jealous of his hip, new snow gear. Why aren't we all wearing one-piece suits? I'm thinking about buying one for myself now if they make them in women's.

Amber at on 10/29/2013

Great one piece, however it is only a shell and should be worn with a ninja suit or enough layers to keep you warm. Sizing seems to run large for me (but I'm also an XS). There are plenty of pockets for gear, and works great with the Ruroc helmet pictured (the hood fits over most helmets).

Gab at on 01/19/2014

Neutral Reviews:

I love this suit. I just ordered my 4th one - but there's the problem. The thing is built like crap. The seams fall apart, it rips very easily, the Velcro comes off. The only reason I buy these is because Backcountry stands behind them (Airblaster won't - they know it's cheap). But enough ranting, here's what I love:
Very waterproof / windproof
Boot gaiters and wrist gaiters
Mesh vents
Zippers don't leak
Hood fits over helmet
Non-insulated (easy to layer beneath)
Tons of pockets
Middle zipper rarely breaks and allows easy access (bathroom)
Convenient front pass pocket (window sort of sucks though)
BTW: I'm 6'3" 175 lbs and I like the XL. Large works but it gets tight on the shoulders when sitting down sometimes (it's a 1 piece problem)

CJ Horecky at on 01/14/2014