About Airblaster

In 2002, Travis Parker decided that snowboarding was getting way too serious, and started Airblaster to make things fun again. He named it after a fart, just in case anyone was unclear of what he was trying to do, and from there Airblaster has continued to make quality, stylish gear that doesn’t take itself too seriously. No attitude, just awesomeness. evo Collective athlete Brandon Cocard is sponsored by Airblaster, as is soul rider of the North Cascades, Temple Cummins. Airblaster is dedicated to fun, freedom and friends. Sounds pretty good to us!

Side Hit Society: Presented by Airblaster


You can’t talk about Airblaster without talking about Ninja Suits, the one-piece mid-layer that’s perfect for crime fighting and riding. Their gear lines up with their outlook—they say they put the fun in function, and that’s true. Everything has a fun twist, from the more technical Glacier Collection of jackets and pants to the Slayer Collection of street styles.