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O’Neill Blue products were designed for durability, more circularity and towards a better future. That’s why we currently have a minimum requirement of at least 50% preferred materials in a style to be classified as O’Neill Blue. We are proud to say that more than 8 out of 10 of the O’Neill Spring/Summer collection consists of O’Neill Blue product - and we won’t stop there. We are well on our way towards a 100% O’Neill Blue range by 2025.
Ergonomically curved seams for maximum freedom of movement. The seams are constructed at at a contoured angle to aid freedom of movement.
A protective piece of comfortable fabric to keep the zip soft and cosy against your chin and avoid rash.
The connector system is located at the top of the pants. This lets you connect the pants snow gaiter to the jacket at the front as well as the rear and the sides. Just loop your belt through and away you go.
Critically Taped Seams
In order to make an outerwear garment waterproof, you need more than waterproof fabrics - you also need taped seams. A simple seam becomes a taped seam once waterproof taping has been carefully and firmly placed over a stitched seam. Critically taped seams means that only the seams in critical, exposed areas are taped.
Keep the heat in and the snow out with the fixed hood. Ergonomically shaped hood with build in visor for maximum storm coverage.
The place to store your goggles inside your jacket when not in use or need to dry. Made from highly breathable, ventilated mesh fabric, your goggles won't fog up when stashed in the goggle pocket.
Lift Pass Pocket
Keep your lift pass safely in its (zippered) pocket. The pocket is always positioned on your left underarm to scan your lift pass with ease at the automatic access control gates.
The barrier between the snow and your body when you take a tumble. This piece of fabric is found at the bottom hem inside the jacket with press buttons to seal it and stop snow getting in.
Covers the zipper to keep moisture and the cold air out. A protective flap of fabric which sits in front of the jacket over the zip to stop cold winds getting into your jacket.
Wrist Gaitor Without Tumbhole
A stretchy piece of fabric at the end of the arm cuff which you can put your hands in to stop snow going down your sleeve.