Airblaster Merino Ninja Suit - Women's

Airblaster Merino Ninja Suit - Women's
Airblaster Merino Ninja Suit - Women's
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Merino Ninja Suit - Women's by Airblaster
The Airblaster Women's Merino Ninja Suit places all other baselayers in a chokehold and makes them cry for mercy. Whether you're a femme-fatale freestyler or an apprentice learning the ropes of the alpine dojo, you will appreciate the wonderful warmth, superior moisture management, and funk-fighting skill set of the miraculous merino wool fibers and fabulous four-way stretch Lycra material. Merino wool is renowned for its insulating properties, extremely soft feel, and natural odor resistance, and it's blended with a touch of Lycra for extra stretch so you can move freely. The fit is next-to-skin to help it wick moisture more efficiently, and the cut is women's-specific for comfort. 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 you need to use the bathroom when you're at the mountain--a 350 waist zipper makes it easy to take care of business without having to completely undress.

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SKU: ABT000W
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