Our favourite multi-colour ski and snowboarding clothing company is back – the British brand that was launched in 2014, OOSC, has launched its new collection for the 2022-23 winter season and continues to bring a strong eco and sustainability product that has a high level of technical performance too.
A range of one piece suits, jacket, pants, fleeces and base layers are geared towards all kinds of skiers and snowboarders, whether they are hitting the piste, park or powder. For this season, OOSC has improved its Jacket and Bib-Pants and launched new designs and colour ways that will certainly help you stand out on the slopes.
Each ski suit is created with over 50 recycled plastic bottles and built with 100% recycled durable nylon, that’s sourced from the sea and mostly comes from used fishing nets.
But there’s no plaice (sorry about that) for compromises with OOSC, with technical jackets and pants that have up to a 20,000mm waterproof rating, you’ll definitely stay dry and warm and the breathability rating is topped with a zero carbon durable water repellent material too.
Let’s take a look at some of the new styles for this winter.
Totally re built for the 2022-23 winter, this technical jacket looks like it will be turning heads off the slopes as well as helping you to make them on them too. With a 20,000 mm waterproof rating, the Yeh Man is designed for all weather conditions and ideal for hitting those big powder days on the mountain.
The Khaki, grey and black colour scheme really stands out, but its looks are backed up by a ton of features including taped seams, cuff gaiters with thumb holes, goggle pocket, lift pass pocket, helmet adaptable hood, snow skirt and fleece chin guard.
The front YKK zip is also covered with a flap held down by magnetic snappers. This is the ultimate protection combined with style jacket for big days on the mountain and big après sessions at the end of an epic day.
The perfect addition to the Yeh Man Jacket, these bib pants are built with the same technical features to match the jacket and offer a serious amount of protection for freeride, park or piste skiers heading out in all conditions. There’s a total of no less than 7 pockets to stash valuables and items including a large kangaroo pouch at the front.
The 100% recycled fabric is super durable and that’s backed up by the ankle gaiters and zips. One of the nice extra features is the Taffeta lined bum patch – I mean who likes a cold backside on those long chairlift rides?
The black colouring means the pants can be combined with a whole range of jackets and they look great over a base or mid layer jacket when propped up at the après bar too.
This re-designed overhead jacket just looks so cool, we are really impressed with the styling here. With the 10,000mm waterproof rating, it’s good enough for pretty much all of the conditions you’ll face on a cold (or warm) mountain side.
Highly breathable, the Snow Park is packed full of features including taped seams, fleece chin guard, cuff gaiters with thumb holes, goggle pocket, lift pass pocket, helmet adaptable hood and a headphone loop. If you’re a fan of the overhead style then this little number will keep heads turning in your direction on and off the slopes.
Definitely one for the park, but also for the powder and suits both skiers and snowboarders looking for technical, stylish and eco-friendly jackets.