Winter Warm-Up With Oakley

If there is a company that knows how to stay warm in the winter months, it’s Oakley. The eyewear-slash-clothing giant has a hand in nearly every sport, but focuses a remarkable amount of attention on winter sports and makes a long list of products for tackling the mountain. If ripping down the hills on a piece of fiberglass is not your thing, you’re in luck, since the following items were created with the everyday in mind.

The Motion 26 Backpack
Color: Black
Price: $200

When the time to catch a flight to a Supercross round comes soon, and we will have to cram a weekend’s worth of gear inside a pair of small bags, you can bet that the Motion 26 backpack will be one we fill to the brim. Completely constructed of a waterproof fabric, it can store a whooping 26 liters of materials inside its numerous pockets and withstand the abuse of being thrown in overhead compartments.

Reserve Reversible Woven
Colors: Utility Blue (shown), Worn Olive, New Crimson, Grenadine
Sizes: Small – Extra, Extra Large
Price: $100

From the first glance, the Reserve appears to be just a standard plaid woven shirt. Looks can be deceiving, because the Reserve is actually reversible and two shirts in one. The polyester interior features the same details as the cotton exterior, including buttons, pockets, and logos, so it’s ready for when the weather takes a turn.

The Motion Pants
Color: Black (shown), Stone Grey
Sizes: 28-40
Price: $110

When you are on the move, sometimes a pair of standard denim jeans can’t cut it. The thick cotton doesn’t breathe well, gets soaked by rain and snow, and can only stretch so far until it rips and holes. That’s why the Motion pants are the perfect thing for when you are, uh, in motion. The polyester and spandex construction are unrestrictive, designed to let just the right amount of airflow through, and can resist spills and stains.

Mosby Jacket
Colors: Orion Blue (shown), Jet Black, Gringo Scuro
Sizes: Small-Extra,Extra Large
Price: $160

There’s not much worse than being dressed wrong for the weather conditions. You could overdo the layers during a warm day and forced to lug around the extra clothes, or frozen to the bone in nothing but light threads on a cool day. This is where to Mosby jacket comes into play. When the temps are low, don the hood and fight off the cold. Once the mercury rises, unsnap the hood and wear an unrestrictive nylon and polyester coat that has pockets for all of your essentials.

Johnston Woven
Colors: Chino Blue (shown), Heather Grey, Jet Black
Sizes: Small – Extra, Extra Large
Price: $125

When it comes to cold weather fabrics, there are few better than wool. Mixing it with polyester, like Oakley has done with the Johnston woven, makes the fabric even stronger and resilient against the elements. Sure, the shirt may look rather plain, but hidden in the simplicity is a proven second skin.

Roman Fleece
Colors: Shadow (shown), Stone Grey, Crystal Grey
Sizes: Small – Extra, Extra Large
Price: $110

The Roman is as performance-minded as a fleece can be. Built of polyester and nylon, it contours to the body for a close fit made for a workout in mind. The elastic cuffs keep warmth inside the fabric and around the body, and reflective elements keep you insight when the sun goes down.