It's not a typo in the name Oakley Women's Grete Insulated Jacket; while it is indeed a great jacket, it's inspired by ski pro Grete Eliassen. Shred like Grete, in comfort and style, with a water-resistant, breathable shell, toasty-warm Thinsulate, and a loose-fit, raglan-sleeve style that people notice—not that with your smooth, ripping moves you'd need that.
- Laminated shell is water-resistant and breathable for cool, dry comfort
- Fully seam-sealed construction keeps out leaks and drafts
- 80g Thinsulate provides toasty warmth when temps drop
- Loose fit is roomier and a couple inches longer than Oakley's regular fit for optimal mobility
- Attached hood with molded pulls and hold-down magnet system keeps your head warm and dry when you need it and stays out of the way when you don't
- Back vents release excess heat when you're riding or hiking up a sweat
- Removable powder skirt, wrist gaiters, and hem drawcord seal out the snow and cold
- Laser-cut H2O zippers resist water and freeze-ups
- Front storm flap on two-way front zipper adds a barrier against the elements
- Mp3 molded porthole makes rocking out easy
- Includes designated pocket for goggles and zippered pockets that secure essentials
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Hi there...this jacket looks and sounds great! What are the matching ski pants u r wearing with this, please.... cheers Maria
Has all the right little things
- Gender: Female
I have been in the same ski jacket style for the last five years - a nice shell that I would throw on top of any amount of layers based on the weather. Moving to the jacket was a nice chage. I like the longer length, although it took some getting used to. The hood is large enough to fit over my helmet and it has a magnet to stick to the back of the jacket when I dont want to wear it. The thumb holes are nice to eliminate the gap between my gloves and sleeves as well. I would just caution that the jacket runs a big. Consider going down a size if you do not plan on layering.
Another sizing question... I typically...
Another sizing question... I typically wear a men's medium for bagginess; would you recommend the large or xl? Stoked to rock this jacket!
Go with the large! The XL is pretty big and if you usually use a medium, you will love the Large.
Myself in NZ
Bright is in!
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I designed this jacket with a lot in mind. First, I wanted a jacket that I could use on super snowy and hot sunny days throughout the year. The vents are designed to let air flow through the jacket coming through the pits and out the back. This creates a nice refreshing air flow while you start to heat up. You can also close the vents on the cold days and stay warm and dry. The hood is large enough to ski comfortably with a helmet inside and the face protection in front is soft so it will not scratch your chin.
Let me know if you have any more questions about this jacket!