Kurt was the kid who could hold his breath the longest. He was also the kid who had the largest collection of plastic dinosaurs on the block. He was a weird kid who grew up to be an even stranger adult. It takes a mighty weird person to walk into a cloud of toxic gas strong enough to fell a mutant weight-lifter cockroach wearing a protective suit built under contract for the government by the lowest bidder.
"Airtight is an unreformed practical joker; sneezing powder, plastic barf, whoopee cushion-the whole bit!! No prank is too low for him. You'd think that other Joes would hate his guts, but they don't. Because when the bad guys escalate the fire fight and start playing dirty, it's old Airtight who suits up and wades into the thick of it."
Sporting yellow with touches of olive green, Airtight was one of my favorite figures even though he was not sporting traditional military colors. But then again, chemical warfare isn't really considered 'traditional' warfare by any means.
Came with a backpack, a rifle-type thing with a hose attachment, and another hose which fits on the upper part of the backpack and connects to the back of Airtight's helmet. The tiny peg on the bottom of the backpack where the rifle hose connects to is very delicate, and broke off rather easily....[See More]
Subseries from G.I. Joe - Classic Collection Toy Series
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