Hot diggity dang.
Whether you're wyling out in powder like a psyched-up kid on a sugar binge or carving corduroy like you were just born to do so, the Airblaster Women's Hot Freedom Suit ensures spicy style and unimpeded mobility—two things that are relatively important when it comes to having fun in the grand scheme of life. This style-swindling one-piece features a waterproof exterior for protection against precipitation and beer-spills alike, while the zonal synthetic insulation curbs the cold even when wet. Additionally, the myriad of pockets keep all your hill-side necessities secure and close at hand. The leg gaiters are fully adjustable for personalized protection, and the zippered waist enables relatively effortless bathroom use—so you don't have to worry about your sleeves taking a dip in the resort toilet as you attempt to wrangle yourself free from the confines of your clothing. Not to mention, the underarm and leg ventilation provides on-the-go temperature regulation, meaning you're able to dump excess body heat and refrain from feeling (too much) like a hot mess.
- A seriously awesome one-piece for skiing up a storm
- Waterproof exterior protects against precipitation
- Synthetic insulation assures warmth even when wet
- Myriad of pockets keep necessities close
- Waist zipper enables relatively effortless bathroom use
- Underarm and leg ventilation dumps excess body heat quickly
- Leg gaiters are adjustable for personalized protection
- Q & A
The best "Juan-zee" ever
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: Runs large
- Size Bought: XS
Totally surpassed my expectations,I have never skied nor seen snow before. This "Juan-Zee" as we started to call it, kept me warm every day of my 10 day ski trip to Copper Mountain, Colorado. As many falls as I endured, never once snow made it in.
I am 5'1" weigh 115 lbs the small was too big and thanks to Matt Reider, at Backcountry we we're able to get XS in time for the trip.
I think you will get a kick out of this as much as I did, when I fell the ambassadors on the mountain swarmed around asking me if I know where my parents are, must have been the Airblaster siut, no one on the mountain has one like it!!
Helmet,gloves and undergarments also fit great, thanks Matt
The size guide isnât accurate. Iâm 5 ft 6.5 and 124 lbs. I should order a medium or large which I have never been. Usually a small or XS. I called and was informed I should order the L. I went with the M and itâs way too big both in length and width. Iâm exchanging for a S. The quality seems amazing though...good looking snowsuit, well made!
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Fit: Runs large
- Size Bought: medium
It's a great suit. Practical for snowboarding. However the sizing is a little weird. I got the small which fits. It's a little snug when layering. Hence, why I returned it and got the medium instead. the medium fits better with some room. But the legs are long. I would suggest this suit for a taller person. It's not for short chicks. Well made suit though. I'll try out the medium on the slopes and see what happens.
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: Runs small
- Size Bought: XL
Loved this. No pinching in the waist which made it easier to get up on my board, kept me warm and insanely comfortable. Im never going back to pants and a jacket again. Only complaint at all was that my butt was a bit damp by the end of the day where snow got through the 360 zipper. However, that 360 zipper was key so I didn't care. Lots of people complained about the crotch being low- I found it was perfect. In the L, which fit me, I wasn't able to full raise my arms. The XL was perfect and fit my height perfectly. This might not work if you are over 6ft though.
Rocking my sweet suit.
I walk my dog and want a warm one piece snow suit. Which women's one piece do you recommend?