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  • Airblaster Yeti Beast Suit
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    Airblaster Yeti Beast Suit
    As you eye up the cliff drop just yards below you, contemplating whether or not you should send it, remember that you're wearing the Airblaster Men's Yeti Beast Suit and let that fact make the decision for you. Because even if you bomb it out and tomahawk twenty feet, the full-suit design and Vortex fabric paired with Nanotex Aquapel treatment provides 30,000mm of waterproofing to ensure that you stay bone-dry while hucking carcass, end over end. Then, its insanely breathable design and zippered leg and underarm vents also allow sweaty moisture to escape as you frantically hike around, searching for your goggles that did, unfortunately, get launched off your head from the crash. Adjustable leg gaiters with hooks do their part to block out snow from sneaking in (on especially deep days), while the 350-waist zipper (otherwise known as the point of bathroom-access) has your back when you realize that eating that gas-station breakfast burrito was a very, very bad idea. Plus, Airblaster equipped this bad boy with a bevy of zippered pockets to ensure all of your on-hill goodies, and then some, come safely along for the ride.
  • Airblaster Rainbreaker Jacket
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    Airblaster Rainbreaker Jacket
    When your sunny day spent lapping the park turns stormy, rely on the Airblaster Men's Rainbreaker Jacket to have your back with dry protection. Crafted with a waxed oxford fabrication and 10K waterproofing, the Rainbreaker lives up to its name and defends you from the wet and rainy that usually comes along with spring riding. An adjustable hood allows you to customize your protection depending on the weather, and two buttoned hand pockets offer storage for your smaller essentials.
  • Airblaster Puffin Insulated Pullover
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    Airblaster Puffin Insulated Pullover
    Throw on the Airblaster Men's Puffin Insulated Pullover for some toasty protection against the cold before walking down the street to grab your daily coffee. The Puffin features 80 grams of insulation which wraps you in cozy comfort when it's bitingly cold outside, and a Vortex construction (with Nanotex Aquapel DWR treatment) keeps you shielded from light rain if you get caught in an unexpected storm on your day out. A front kangaroo pocket offers a warm respite for your your frozen hands, and the adjustable hood cinches down easily when the wind really gets whipping.
  • Airblaster Sassy Sweater
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    Airblaster Sassy Sweater
    Slip on the Airblaster Men's Sassy Sweater and disappear into the woods with your other Yeti brethren; they won't notice you're really a human.
  • Airblaster Double Puff Jacket
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    Airblaster Double Puff Jacket
    Acting as two jackets in one, the Airblaster Men's Double Puff Jacket is a double-sided insulated jacket, with a quilted side with 120g synthetic insulation for heat-trapping warmth on cool-to-chilly days. Shedding passing showers from dampening your inner layers, the jacket's Nanotex Aquapel DWR finish along the quilted side prevents outside moisture from soaking through. Furthermore, this jacket zips into the waterproof/breathable Airblaster Foreign One Shell for extra protection when you're snowboarding. Add in hand pockets, as well as a zippered chest pocket, for easy-stashing excellence.
  • Airblaster Bruiser Jacket
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    Airblaster Bruiser Jacket
    Don't let its "tough guy" exterior fool you: the Airblaster Men's Bruiser Jacket is really a big ol' sweetie with a heart of gold. We mean, its waterproof, breathable construction does offer some serious protection against Mother Nature's worst, but the simple style and adjustable hem drawstring guarantee it'll be one of your best friends in no time.
  • Airblaster Hot Freedom Suit
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    Airblaster Hot Freedom Suit
    Break free from the notion that you need to have both a jacket and pant for protection and style at the mountain this winter. Instead, pick up the simple, toasty, and above all, stylish Airblaster Men's Hot Freedom Suit for endless fun in the snow. A waterproof, breathable membrane fortifies the already-tough, midweight oxford fabric for defense against rain, sleet, and snow, while its full-suit design ensures that you'll never again have to worry about exposing your bare back to the freeze when you tomahawk in pow. Zonal insulation throughout this suit shows you where it gets its name, especially come January, and mesh-lined, zippered leg and underarm vents help dump excess heat quickly when you're hiking for your turns and inevitably working up a sweat. And when you're out in nature, and nature calls, rely on the 350-degree waist zipper to get yourself out of any, um... messy situations. Oh, yeah, Airblaster also covered the Hot Freedom in zippered pockets for safe transport of your wallet, phone, keys, snacks, and just about anything else you can think of.
  • Airblaster Freedom Plus Toaster Jacket - Men
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    Airblaster Freedom Plus Toaster Jacket - Men
    Stay warm and dry on the mountain while keeping it weird with the Airblaster Men's Freedom Plus Toaster Jacket. A waterproof, breathable construction protects you from some of the most turbulent storms February can muster up, while the 100g of synthetic Toaster insulation wraps you in cozy comfort as temps make their way to the single digits. Mesh-lined underarm vents let the much-needed cool air in (and sweaty moisture out) when you're hiking for your turns, and an attached powder skirt defends you against snow on deep pow days. Airblaster rounded this jacket out with multiple pockets for your goggles, wallet, phone, and mid-day snacks.
  • Airblaster AB/BC Jacket
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    Airblaster AB/BC Jacket
    Tailored to the needs of Brandon Concard's well-rounded riding style, the Airblaster Men's AB/BC Jacket is equally comfortable slaying handrails downtown and floating across fluffy powder in the mountains. Its no-nonsense design features a 15k/10k membrane for premium waterproofing, backed by fully sealed seams for impenetrable protection from outside moisture. Mesh-lined underarm vents quickly expel body heat when chilly mornings give way to bluebird skies and rapidly warming temperatures. Mapped synthetic insulation traps extra core warmth without restricting key movement in your arms. The tailored fit is slim, but long for a modern look with maximum coverage for riding in the deepest snow. The removable powder skirt prevents blower pow from shooting inside the jacket on those deep storm days, and it even includes a clear pass window for quickly loading onto your favorite lift. Ample storage is provided in the form of snap-closure chest and lower pockets, alongside an internal media pocket for routing your favorite jams on the mountain.
  • Airblaster Go Medium Pullover Hoodie
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    Airblaster Go Medium Pullover Hoodie
    Throw on the Airblaster Men's Go Medium Pullover Hoodie, hit a couple twenty footers, maybe slide a flat rail, and that's it. This classic pullover hoodie keeps you comfortable, stylish, and most importantly, right in your comfort zone of low-impact fun on small features in the park.
  • Airblaster Ninja Pullover Hoodie
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    Airblaster Ninja Pullover Hoodie
    It's a known fact that sunglasses make you invisible to everyone else, and the Airblaster Men's Ninja Pullover Hoodie definitely makes you feel well-equipped to take on several ninjas and not have your baselayers be saturated in sweat by the time you're done whooping-butt. This hoodie features Airblaster's Waffle Wick fleece, which as its name suggests, wicks away the build up of moisture and dries quickly. Additionally, the mesh under arm provide effortless temperature regulation, and the hand pockets keep necessities, like your super saucy ninja stars, close by.
  • Airblaster Bear Inuslated Vest
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    Airblaster Bear Inuslated Vest
    Bear Inuslated Vest - Men's
  • Airblaster Foreign One Jacket
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    Airblaster Foreign One Jacket
    Whether you're lapping your local park or you're shredding pow abroad in exotic locations, you can always count on the Airblaster Men's Foreign One Jacket. It offers the waterproofing you need to handle whatever conditions you may face, and it has tabs that connect to Airblaster's Double Puff Jacket so you can essentially turn it into an insulated jacket when you're facing frigid weather. Its classic looks fit in from the icy parks of the East Coast to the bottomless snow of Japan, and the Midweight Glacier fabric and fully taped seams work together to keep you dry. Mesh-lined underarm vents help you blow off steam when you're cruising on sunny spring afternoons, while a removable powder skirt keeps snow out when nature drops off the goods. It also includes shred-specific features including a Cat Spray Media Hole so you can keep the tunes cranked while you ride.
  • Airblaster Freedom Suit
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    Airblaster Freedom Suit
    Even though you're 99% sure that you're going to ragdoll when you send that cliff you've been eyeing, you won't mind--because you're wearing the Airblaster Men's Freedom Suit. This one-piece takes pow day enjoyment to the next level by sealing out snow so you can slash, tumble, and hot tub into the deepest powder without getting wet and cold. The 15K-rated fabric with fully taped seams keeps you dry when the snow is coming down, and adjustable boot gaiters and Lycra hand gaiters prevent snow from coming in through the openings. The tailored one-piece fit keeps your swag levels up, and a 350-degree zipper at the waist makes it easy to take care of business in the lodge bathroom without getting completely undressed. Mesh-lined inseam and underarm vents help you cool off after an especially intense run or while you're hiking in search of secret stashes. Rip Stopper reinforced hems increase durability, and the media pocket has a headphone port so you can keep the pow ballads cranked while you surf through the deep stuff.
  • Airblaster Workhorse Jacket
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    Airblaster Workhorse Jacket
    Take your skate style to the mountain with the Airblaster Men's Workhorse Jacket. It has the look of a classic workwear jacket combined with all the tech you demand in a snowboard coat. And like your favorite canvas jacket, the Workhorse has a super-tough fabric that stands up to abuse sustained in the streets or on the slopes. However, unlike your favorite canvas jacket, the Workhorse's fabric is also waterproof and breathable to keep you dry and comfy in harsh winter weather. Fully taped seams prevent moisture from seeping in, and a removable powder skirt keeps snow out when you're surfing through the deep stuff. Mesh-lined underarm vents dump heat when you're sessioning rails, and an internal pocket with headphone port lets you keep the tunes going so you can stay focused on the line in front of you
  • Airblaster Grumpy Jacket
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    Airblaster Grumpy Jacket
    There's nothing to be upset about when you're snowboarding with the Airblaster Men's Grumpy Jacket on. With highly rated waterproof breathable protection, the Grumpy keeps a smile on your face at snowy ski resorts, and fully taped seams prevent snowfall from seeping through any seam for enhanced protection. The 100g of midweight insulation ensures warmth throughout winter's brisk temperatures, while a tailored fit consists a regular size with a longer length for extra coverage. Airblaster equipped the Grumpy with zippers at each underarm for ventilated airflow. Additionally, you can remove the powder skirt for groomer days, and the adjustable hood secures over beanies in blustery weather. Not to mention, snap external cuffs, a drawstring at the hem, and Lycra wrist gaiters keep bad weather at bay.
  • Airblaster Vintersars Jacket
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    Airblaster Vintersars Jacket
    Based on the original Airblaster jacket that started it all, the Men's Vintersars Jacket sports a simple design and basic features for riders who want to stay dry while they're slashing around with their friends without spending a fortune or looking like some overly-serious skier. The 10K-rated fabric is waterpoof enough to handle all but the wettest storms, and the classic fit is roomy enough to layer under when temperatures plummet. Mesh-lined underarm vents help you cool off in a hurry when you're hot-lapping the park, and a powder skirt and Lycra wrist gaiters keep snow out when the snow gods deliver the goods. An internal chest pocket with a headphone port lets you bump tunes while you shred to motivate you to stay wild on the slopes.
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