On the face of it, Airhole make rad tubes with an iconic hole. Underneath the mask, they’re much more than that, with their Airhole Facemasks encouraging innovation, creativity and freedom of expression for freeriders everywhere.

Airhole Facemasks

Bored of braving the backcountry with no protection, Canadian snowboarders Chris Brown and Kale Stephens had an idea. Armed with an old sewing machine, they cut their way through discarded jackets, creating the first Airhole facemask and patented breath hole in the process.

Since 2006, Airhole have continued to defend adventurers from the elements. With everything from tubes to balaclavas, they continue to breathe fresh air into the facemask industry with their unique and iconic designs.