If you like to ski powder and you like to be in control, the Volkl Shiro is the ski for you. I have never had to work less but get more smiles than ever before on this ski. It really is a dream on powder. You just cruise and enjoy. Usually I get 100% leg burn on powder days. With this ski you will feel 10% of burn, seriously!
This is my go-to sweater during the winter. The Oakley women’s Warm’N Dry sweatshirt style works as a jacket when it is not too chilly out and you can wear it under a coat. I love wearing this sweatshirt out to a nice dinner in a ski town.
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Elevate is a brand new goggle Oakley introduced this year. I skied in this goggle all year instead of the Crow Bar. I liked the smaller size of the goggle compared to the Crow Bar because the Crow Bar is really big. I ski every day in a helmet and it fit great. It looks really good on a hat too, but I would not recommend skiing without a helmet.
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Oakley gave me the opportunity to help inspire a women’s outerwear pant for the 11/12 Snow Season. Over the years of walking in the snow I have learned the importance of proper fit in the pant. We came up with the Oakley Lines Pant. The features include a slim pant. I like a slim pant around the thigh and bottom because when you are walking around you want to feel like you are wearing a pair of pants. Also, a pant that keep you warm and dry from snow and wet snow.
There are air vents in the inner upper thigh which is easy to open and close when you need the change in heat and air-flow. I believe this pant has everything a skier/snowboarder would need on the mountain. It looks good and it does it’s job to keep you warm and dry in the winter.
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I helped Oakley design this jacket called Lines. It is part of Oakley’s Pro Rider Series. Which means Oakley designed this jacket from inspiration by me. When working with Oakley, I told them I wanted a light-weight jacket that breathes during long hikes and keeps me warm in the storm on the chair-lift.
I was lucky enough to wear this jacket a few times last season to test it out. My Oakley teammates were jealous because they all really liked this jacket. It fits my mountaineer/freestyle/skier style perfectly. It also has a slim fit so you do not feel like you are wearing a boxy jacket, instead it is fit to your body.
I wanted the zipper to go across diagonally because I do not like a zipper on my chin when I am wearing it. With this design your chin will not get hit or rubbed by the zipper. Also, the fake-fur is detachable if you wish to take it off on wetter days.
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