Oakley Hazel Jacket

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

BioZone(TM) Fleece 2 interior is designed with zoned panels that alternate between breathable mesh, snug compression and cozy insulation. Critically taped seams supply essential durability for the extreme rider, and multiple pockets store valuable items safely, including media players for melodious runs. The fabric of the Hazel Jacket is finished with Hydrogauge(TM) 10 laminate to keep out the elements and maintain airflow without weighing you down.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Stay on your game both shred and style-wise with the Oakley Women's Hazel Insulated Jacket. Waterproof breathable protection and engineered warmth keep you on the slopes for longer, and signature Oakley styling keeps you looking good while you're out there. The polyester fabric features a HydroGauge 10 coating for waterproof protection, and taped critical seams prevent moisture from seeping in through the cracks. The BioZone Fleece 2 lining features three different types of fabric located in strategic areas to maximize moisture management, warmth, and comfort where it's needed. Mesh-lined underarm vents can be opened up to help you dump heat on warm days or intense hikes, and the fixed powder skirt prevents snow from going up your jacket when you're surfing through the deep stuff.

- Backcountry.com

Oakley Hazel Jacket

previously retailed for:
$103.50 - $119.90

The Oakley Hazel Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 2, 2014 at Rocky Mountain Trail.

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