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The new 'Snow' collection by Oakley

In collaboration with six winter sports phenomena

The new 'Snow' collection by Oakley  In collaboration with six winter sports phenomena

Oakley presented the new 'Snow'collection, presented together with the best international winter sports athletes. The excellent team consists of Stale Sandbech, Sage Kotsenburg, Øystein Braten, Jamie Anderson, Yuki Kadono, Aleksander Ammodt Kilde, protagonists of snowboarding and skiing, each with its own selection of garments made for the Snow line. They are collections designed for the mountains, but not only, indeed capable of combining technique and style, technology and comfort. In practice, sport and its aesthetics. 

Stale Sandbech is a snowboarder with a silver at the 2014 Sochi Games, and her collection is just one example of dialogue of the versatility of Oakley's Snow garments, as well as those of gold medalist (also in Sochi) Sage Kotsenburg, where there is an eye to style despite the great technical work behind jackets and gloves. In Øystein Braten's line she is another gold medal, this time in Pyeongchang (in 2018), and the bright colors she has always worn are reflected in wide-cut garments, such as jackets and trousers, colored camouflage or with mountain-inspired graphics. At the highest level there is also Jamie Anderson, the most winning snowboarder in history, and it is his leopard print jackets, full-length overalls and in general the glamorous timbre of his entire line.

For Yuki Kandono, snowboarder with two wins at the U.S. Open in 2015 and 2020), there are a pair of cargo pants and the Thermonuclear Protection parka, the one with which he won the American tournament in 2020 and which Oakley revisited for this Snow edition. Finally, Aleksander Aamodt Kilde, reigning Alpine Skiing World Cup champion, for whom Oakley designed (in collaboration with him, as for everyone else) an exclusive professional ski helmet, the ARC5 PRO.