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There is a reason that the Alps Jacket is the choice of both Tanner Hall and Seth Morrison.
The Oakley Splice is basically built on the same chassis that the Crowbar is. It should fit similar to the Crowbar. It has additional downward peripheral and zero pinch around the nose which leads to better nasal air flow.
The Oakley O frame will probably work. My seven year old prefers this to the XS O Frame. You should also check out Oakley's women's specific goggle...the Stolkholm. It is made for petite faces.
Yes, they should fit no problem.
I love the Float Bib! Wear it up, wear it down, or zip it off! Either way you have super style on the slopes or getting a beer afterwards.
The Float Jacket is part of Oakley's Pro Rider Series......Marie-France Roy rides in this steezy piece! Super warm, super comfy, and super cute!
Layer with this piece for warmth. However, you will not get wet in this Alps Jacket.....3 layer event fabric with fully taped seams and water proof zippers!
The optics on the Crowbar can't be beat, so why change? Want something different? Check out the new Oakley Splice. Same optics, increased downward/outward peripheral, and no nose pinch so better nasal air flow.
20K mm waterproofing, 20K breathability with fully taped seams
The Oakley Vintage Lines Windbreaker is just that....a windbreaker. There is no insulation. It would be fantastic for Spring skiing. As far as layering, I guess that would depend on temperature.
A medium in an Oakley women's jacket is an 8/10.
Yes, Oakley does make the Alps pants in black.