It should never have worked, but Airblaster are flying ever closer to their 20th anniversary with the same crew who took a punt on the project back in Portland, Oregan, over 15 years ago.
What began as a startup among pro rider, Travis Parker and co-founders Jesse Grandkoski and Paul Miller has now developed into a global brand, with a stacked international roster of riders, whilst still remaining true to its roots and humble origins, not to mention standing out as one of the most authentic and quality outerwear brands in the industry.
“Next season see the return of the classics, with a few new artist collabs and throwback colourways thrown into the mix”
Next season sees the return of the classics, with a few new artist collabs from the likes of Hannah Eddy and Lucas Beaufort and a few throwback colourways thrown into the mix. And, of course, the legendary Ninja Suits remain the unofficial underwear sponsor for every self-respecting snowboarder around the world.
The Ninja Suit Pro is made from a merino blend with extra-durable stretch panels in the upper body and lower profile compression materials in the legs and ankles. Worn by the likes of Pat Moore, they’re built to last in the backcountry, but not just beneficial when riding. Maybe not so surprising, Airblaster has also tapped into the fishing and hunting market with the bad boys. And, of course, the ninja market, too.