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SKU-ab3vis04bc16zz-airblaster-snowboard-jackets Airblaster Vintersars Snowboard Jacket from Altrec  sku

Airblaster Vintersars Snowboard Jacket - ab3vis04bc16zz-airblaster-snowboard-jackets by Airblaster

Item description: This Hiking Snowboard Jackets product is by Airblaster - The return of the iconic outerwear piece that started it all, the Airblaster Vintersars Jacket harkens back to the original daze, when Airblaster was the only company that said things like "Stay Wild!" or "Have fun with your Friends!" New try to find a single snowboarding company that doesn't "echo" this sentiment in their marketing. Huh, that's weird. But you know the original when you see it. So whether you shred lines or shift paradigms, the Airblaster Vintersars Jacket will keep you dry and remind you to Stay Wild. 10K mm Waterproof 8K g/m² Breathability Critically seam taped Classic fit Freedom Series trims package Lycra wrist gaiters Adjustable velcro cuff closure Powder skirt with pass window Inner mesh goggle pocket Mesh lined underarm vents Internal chest pocket with media cord port YKK zippers throughout... Learn More

Manufacturer: Airblaster

Keywords: Snowboard Jackets

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