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Airblaster Merino Wool Ninja Suit - Men's

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Merino Wool Ninja Suit


  • One-piece baselayer for long days spent on your favorite slopes
  • Merino wool blend provides steady warmth and next-to-skin softness
  • Stretch construction moves with you as you shred your heart out
  • Snug-fitting hood keeps your head and ears nice and warm in the cold
  • 350-degree waist and front fly allow for quick bathroom breaks
  • Thumbhole sleeves prevent bunching when you're pulling on layers
  • Drawcord waistband helps make your fit as comfortable as possible
  • Item #ABTZ243

Material
55% merino wool, 37% tencel, 8% spandex
Fit
regular
Style
one-piece suit
Hood
fixed
Thumbholes
yes
Anti-Odor
merino wool
Recommended Use
skiing, snowboarding, nordic skiing
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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>Rating: 5

Oh the perfect lazy day attire

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
Xxlg
Height
5` 8"
Weight
245 lbs

I purchased two of the polyester blend ninja suits... and while I loved them enough to buy two.. The wool suit is in my opinion better. It has a better feel initially it was ever so slightly itchy but that went away and I just get a snug warmth. It’s also more breathable as the polyester version has me stinking a lil even with deodorant which is weird. I prefer wool for its antimicrobial properties and breathable nature. Wool for any outdoor clothing is superior. I wear smart wool socks in the summer for hikes and compared to a Nike cotton sock it is still fluffy and my feet aren’t drenched at 3 mile mark on a nice 85 degree Kentucky day. Idk price is definitely steeper but I’d say worth it.

>Rating: 4

Great onesie insulation

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
XL
Height
6` 4"
Weight
215 lbs

These are well designed and durable, they make a great primary layer and facilitate additional layers on top. I've used mine skiing, heliskiing and snowmobiling. The hood is awesome under a helmet too. I wish they had a heavyweight version as would love to replace additional layers with a single one and the waist zipper could be more ergonomic for taking care of business - not sure why they didn't make it more of a flap to ease sitting when necessary. I do like it adequately I now have two, night spruce and fire. Initially I took it to the cleaners but it seems to do fine in the regular wash on delicate cycle and air dry. XL works great for me - I am 6'4" and 215#, 34 waist, athletic build.

>Rating: 5

best all around piece I own.

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
Medium
Height
6` 0"
Weight
160 lbs

I am 6’ even and 155-165 pounds depending and I got the medium. It fits perfectly. The top fits a tad loose and the crotch sags a bit but honestly with how diverse everyone’s bodies are, the fit doesn’t get any better. The length of the arms are just fine which was something I worried about given my lanky arms. The hood fits snugly and I basically live in this thing. The merino is a great bonus. It’s a bit itchy at first but I just rock my boxer briefs underneath and sometimes a t-shirt. I have since softened it up by hand washing with fabric softener and air drying I rarely wear a under shirt now. The zip works perfectly however if you have no butt like me, it takes a second to get used to where the zipper lies which for me is right across the top of my butt. If I pull the zip up to my waiste then the legs are short and the top is baggy. It’s so not an issue though. Also if you’re wondering whether to do wool or not, you’ve got to weigh your need for a warmer fabric. My wife had the regular and she loves it’s feel and isn’t at all jealous of mine in wool.

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