Oakley State Ski Jacket - Waterproof, Insulated, Zip Neck (For Women)
About Oakley State Ski Jacket - Waterproof, Insulated, Zip Neck (For Women)
Closeouts. The state of your slope-worthy wardrobe reaches new heights when you add Oakley's cutting-edge State ski jacket. The unique and incredibly adorable pullover design includes weather protection like waterproof breathable fabric and Thinsulate® insulation as well as a stylish magnetic closure with oversize buttons that protect the zip neck.
- Waterproof breathable fabric technology
- Fully seam-sealed construction
- Thinsulate® insulation warms your core and wicks moisture
- Critically placed fleece along the arms, chest and back provides extra warmth where you need it
- Attached drawcord hood
- Kangaroo handwarmer pockets with zip
- YKK® neck zip with magnet closure and oversize buttons
- Spandex wrist gaiters with thumbholes
- Hook-and-loop adjustable cuffs
- Pit zips with two-way zip
- Fixed, snap-back powder skirt system
- Rib-knit collar and hem seals in warmth
- Neck zip: 9"
- Length: 27" (based on small)
- Weight: 2 lb. 12 oz.
- Fabric: Polyester shell and lining
- Insulation: Polyester
- Care: Machine wash/dry
- Classic Fit
- Made in China
Specs about Oakley State Ski Jacket - Waterproof, Insulated, Zip Neck (For Women)
General Women's Size Chart
For Alpha sizing, hover over "Sizes Available" shown above to determine the Numeric size conversion listed below.
Note: Please use the following sizing chart for general reference only. Sizes between different vendors and manufacturers do vary. Item specific sizing is best found in the item description.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Colorado Ex-pat from Akron, OH on Thursday, January 19, 2012I love this jacket. I am tall, wear an XL, and have long limbs. This jacket fits me perfectly. The length of the sleeves is awesome - they come way down onto my hands and this is hard for me to find in a jacket. The cut is loose enough to allow easy movement and some layering if I want it (but layering won't be necessary if I'm doing something active). On the other hand, it's not too big or loose. I also love the giant pit zips; it is really easy to vent quickly.
Admittedly, it's an anorak so on/off is not as easy as it would be in a standard jacket. I've always loved anoraks, though - one less place for snow to build up and get in - and am more than happy to deal with the pull-over issue.
I'm not sure how this would fit on a smaller frame because of the loose cut and long proportions. But if you're a tall woman who wants to move, give this a chance.
- Best Uses: General winter wear, Snow sports
- Pros: EASY FIT, Stylish, Warm, Waterproof
Verified Buyer Reviewed by outside all the time from Portland, OR on Wednesday, January 11, 2012I bought this jacket to hike in the cold and snow. I have since hiked, and hit the snow up in the mountains. I was very happy with this coat. It stayed put, kept the wind out, and I was dry.
- Best Uses: Hike, Snow play
- Cons: Isn't a figure fit
- Pros: Dry, Kept wind out, Warm
Reviewed by Petit Chou from Washington, DC on Friday, January 6, 2012I really wanted to like this jacket because it was so cute. The cut is really flattering especially if you have wide shoulders or full in the chest. Unfortunately, I found it really hard to take off without messing up my hair and more importantly, struggling like a person in a straitjacket. I think this would work out ok for someone who only likes to wear the minimal under layer without a midlayer so you can remove it more easily. Also the snow skirt didn't have snaps that you can undo, so it can bunch if you aren't careful.
FYI: The XS fit well for my 110lb 34-27-35 frame even with a shirt and midlayer.
- Cons: Hard to take off, No snap in snow skirt
- Pros: Cute, Flattering cut, Great color combo
Reviewed by skister from utah on Friday, January 6, 2012Got as a gift. This is a pullover. Cute magnetic buttons at the neck. Kind of big around the middle area. Only 1 pocket - handwarmer. That is a dealbreaker for me, need more pockets on the slopes.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by jenb from Whitefish, MT on Thursday, January 5, 2012I like the idea of a pullover jacket, but haven't found one yet that is easy to get on and off and a good weight to layer.
- Best Uses: Not a good fit for me
- Cons: Hard to get on and off
- Pros: Good weight for skiing
Question & Answer
The Oakley State Ski Jacket does not zip all the way down, it is a pullover.
Unfortunately we are out of size (Medium) and Oakley has you sized right in that range. You could try a small but you are just on the upper end of small sizing in the Oakley State Ski Jacket -
I would go medium. I am between a size 8-10 and always go medium. I like my clothes a little tight, but don't like the world to see every crease. And if looking at outdoor gear definitely go medium.