Airblaster Ninja Suit Pro - Men's

Airblaster Ninja Suit Pro - Men's
Airblaster Ninja Suit Pro - Men's
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Ninja Suit Pro - Men's by Airblaster
Airblaster's Ninja Suits stared out as a fun way to keep warm at ski resorts and terrain parks, but its fully-covered design quickly grew in popularity over a few seasons, to the point where professional freeriders and backcountry skiers requested a performance-oriented baselayer built to feel comfier on skin tracks and in powder. The Ninja Suit Pro delivers a thoughtful, hybrid design that keeps comfy from big mountains all the way down to the base. Its stretchy merino wool blend brings the thermal regulation and odor control that brought the original Ninja Suit to the next level, and Schoeller Nanosphere softshell adds water-resistance and breathability to the hood, shoulders, and knees. The result is comfy, warm baselayer that you can wear when it's snowing on a skin track without adding midlayers or shells.

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