Oakley Stillwell Jacket

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Hydrogauge(TM) 15 fabric and strategically placed vents strike the perfect balance between insulation and breathability. Specialized details including hidden pockets and a built-in goggle wipe deliver the storage and crystal-clear vision high-performance riders demand. With a loose fit and and lightweight feel, the Stillwell jacket is comfortable and competition ready.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

When the folks at Oakley design a jacket, they usually pack it with features. The Stillwell is no exception. This waterproof breathable jacket is designed specifically for skiing and snowboarding in the harshest winter conditions, and is loaded with features to make a cold, cruel day of riding lifts as enjoyable as possible. The Stillwell has fully taped seams, and it's built with Oakley's proprietary Hydrogauge 15 waterproof breathable laminate that shrugs off even the nastiest and wettest winter storms. Pretty impressive. The loose fit adds style and makes it easy to layer underneath. It also comes with an adjustable fixed hood to protect your dome from falling snow. A powder skirt and wrist gaiters seal out snow and drafts. Two hand pockets, a chest pocket, and a stretch accessory pocket take care of your stuff, and a hidden stash pocket guards your secrets. Underarm zipper vents allow you to dump heat quickly. Several features are in place to help you take care of your eyewear, including a dedicated lens pocket, a goggle wipe, and lens squeegees at the cuffs.

- Backcountry.com

Oakley Stillwell Jacket

previously retailed for:
$149.90 - $165.00

The Oakley Stillwell Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 18, 2015 at Rocky Mountain Trail.

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