Airblaster Men's Ninja Suit

Priced: $79.95 - $120.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 5 reviews.
Airblaster Ninja Suit
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Airblaster Ninja Suit: Bruce Lee tested, Chuck Norris approved! The Ninja Suit judo chops winter’s chill right in the jugular. As your one and only base layer, AKA your onezy of wonder, AKA your bastion of body, AKA your temperature tuxedo (see the tuxedo print), the Ninja Suit; made of Air-Tech 4-way stretch wicking fabric with 7-panel ergonomic hood and a full length chest zip, boldly battles the biting frost. Though there is more than just warmth that embodies the Ninja Suit, its circumferential waist zip ups the flawless function factor with easy bathroom visits, i.e. you won’t have to fully disrobe when you sit upon the throne; just zip and sit. It’s that simple. Coupled with the Airblaster Freedom Suit and you have yourself a two piece outerwear and base layer combo that coexists harmoniously like the stars and the sky, beautiful! The question one must ask is, not why, but why not? Get your Airblaster Ninja Suit today and enlist your own shogun army to combat the cold!

Fit:

  • Next-to-skin fit

Fabric:

  • Air Tech 4-way stretch brushed fabric

Hood:

  • 7-panel ergonomic hood

Sizing:

  • Full-length front chest zip

Weather and Wind:

  • Thumb loops at wrist cuff to seal out snow

Zippers:

  • 350-degree waist zip for easy bathroom access

Features:

  • 94% Brushed Poly / 6% Lycra
  • Front fly for easy #1 access
Snowboards.net

The Air Blaster Ninja Suit is a baselayer like none other and will definitely become one of your favorite pieces of clothing and one that will definitely help keep you warm when you're out on the mountain. As a full suit you might suspect that it would hinder your mobility. Nay, I say! It's made with a 4-Way Stretch Air Tech Fabric which is not only super cozy but will stretch with your movement so you can bend, twist and turn without any restrictions. The synthetic materials are moisture-wicking so that sweat can be moved away from your skin helping you to stay dry and warm. What about going in for a break? When it comes to using the bathroom you have a front fly for number one and a waist zip for number two. Thumb Loops at the cuff keep the suit on snugly and the full-length front chest zip allows you to cool down or stay warm depending on the temperature. The original one-piece hooded long underwear is back so next time you head to the mountain and want something that is comfortable, warm and has a style all its own, then make sure you're wearing the Air Blaster Ninja Suit.


Backcountry.com

Airblaster claims their Ninja Suit is the best long underwear on the planet—and darn it, they may be right. The one-piece design completely seals out snow to keep you warm, dry, and stoked from first chair to passing out on your couch with sore legs.

Airblaster's Air Tech fabric is made with brushed polyester and Lycra for a cozy feel and unrestricted mobility. The fit is next-to-skin to help it wick moisture and insulate more effectively. A seven panel form-fitting hood covers up your dome on extra cold days and thumb holes in the cuffs prevent snow from getting in your sleeves. There's no need to worry about what happens if the need to go #2 overwhelms you when you're at the mountain—a 350-degree waist zipper makes it easy to take care of business without having to completely undress.
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Also available for: Women
Fabrics/Materials:Air-Tech 4-way stretch wicking fabric
Moisture Wicking:yes
hood:7-panel ergonomic hood
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Airblaster Ninja Suit Reviews:

Reviews:

I still have my first ninja suit from 2005. Although the material isnt as soft as the current ones, its lasted me many seasons and i've easily gotten my moneys worth out of it. If you have extra cash or if you easily get cold, i highly recommend dropping in on the merino wool ninja suit. You can tell a lot of thought went into making these suits extremely functional and comfortable. I really love the 7 panel form fitted head, and the thumb hole cuffs so that you dont get snow up your arm when you fall. Speaking of which, probably the best funcion of this suit besides staying super warm is keeping all that snow and wind off your back on pow days when you crash. I think once you put this thing on you'll have a hard time taking it off. Definately a must have

colin edlund at Backcountry.com on 09/30/2013

Man this performed so much better than I anticipated. Originally i got this for snowboarding, and it was awesome. It's so warm i could get by comfortably with just my jacket and pants over it in a northwest storm day plus you never have to experience getting snow down your back when you fall! It also breathes very well. I have started wearing it almost everyday during the winter under my clothes when im going to school or hanging around town. The only downside is that i dont have more than one to wear. My girlfriend is starting to complain how much i wear this thing! As for sizing, im 5'8, 150 lbs and the small fits snug, however i went with a medium because i prefer a little extra room for less restriction of movement when im doing activities. Overall great product and a must have!

Michael Wescott at Backcountry.com on 09/25/2013

Got these a few weeks ago, really comfortable and warm. I even slept with them for several nights. Only complaint is the zipper near the waist. Popped off during washroom break, had to rely on my gf's sewing work to fix it. At the end I bought another ninja suit with merino wool in case when it gets too cold up the mountain.

AB928 at Backcountry.com on 11/08/2013

I havent ridden with this thing yet, but i've worn it around a bit and it's super comfy. I even slept in it a few nights ago. One complaint is that if you dont have a shirt on under it it gets kinda itchy. but over all super sweet.

Cal at Backcountry.com on 11/02/2013

overall great fit and warm, wicks sweat well. im 6'1'' 180 lbs and the large fits me perfect! Stretches well enough to do ninja kicks at home.

scott keller at Backcountry.com on 09/25/2013