Airblaster Freedom Suit

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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.

- Backcountry.com

No matter how hard the snow persists, the Women's Airblaster Freedom Suit won't let it find it's way down your pants. With a price similar to that of a single jacket, this bang-for-your-buck one-piece snowboard suit will keep you warmer and drier than any two pieces ever could. When you tumble through fluffy powder with this full body protection, your top half won't ride up and expose your warm skin to icy wetness. Additionally, this fully seam sealed suit won't leave you exposed when nature calls, with its 350 circumferential waist zip, you'll be all set to take care of business.

- Altrec Outlet