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Inspired by the raw style of pro Eero Ettala, the Oakley Entire Jacket offers riders of the rip an all-around rip-worthy package. Low-bulk Thinsulate insulation keeps you warm without impeding your style, which is a key factor when you’re fighting gravity 20 feet up.

  • Removable powder skirt means you can wear this jacket casually without extra bulk
  • Underarm vents help you regulate temps when you’re spinning white-hot tricks
  • Fully taped seams seal out snow when you biff it, and adjustable cuff and wrist gaiters round out the entirety of the Entire
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i am looking to buy the oakley entire...

i am looking to buy the oakley entire jacket but am unsure of what size to get. i am 6'3 and 175 pounds. Does anybody if the overall length and sleeve length are the same in the large and extra large? I am a skinny feller. Want it to be long enough, but don't want to be swimming in it. Any help would be clutch.

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Any idea if Backcountry is going to get...

Any idea if Backcountry is going to get this jacket in in the black/white color? Or can anyone recommend any other Oakley jacket with a similar fit as this one. I tried it on at the store and loved the fit of it, just didn't like the color.

why does backcountry have the jacket in...

why does backcountry have the jacket in the green color but the oakley site does not? is it the same jacket?

Thanks for your question. The shop under will select specific colors like other retail stores. They do not always feature all of the colors available for the season. The Entire jacket featured on is the same jacket featured on, but we have some additional colors. Pray for snow and I hope this is helpful.

How heavy is the insulation on this jacket?...

How heavy is the insulation on this jacket? I now have a spyder insulated jacket and am torn whether to buy a shell or stick with a jacket with insulation. I mostly ski on the east coast taking about 2 trips a year to utah. Will this jacket be too hot for mid 30 degree days with just a Tshirt underneath? (I jib around a decent bit making me stay pretty warm while skiing)?

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What types of pockets does this jacket...

What types of pockets does this jacket have? I haven't been able to find more information than the two front pockets, so does this one also have one for media, as well? I'd love to get either the Entire or the Freight jacket but I need the media.

Is there a list somewhere that shows which...

Is there a list somewhere that shows which jackets have a zip to pant interface and which pants will connect to which jackets? I know that Volcom, Oakley, and certain Marmot ones have this system but most websites usually don't list this feature, and if they do it doesn't tell you concretely which jackets work with which pants. Even here in Jackson Hole where I live, you can't walk into a dealer store and have a giant selection of coats to actually look at and figure this stuff out.

I don't believe there is a list. Because some companies have a patent on "zip-tech," other companies are not allowed to advertise their zip together technology. I know, sucks. I can tell you that Burton and Volcom do zip together, but that's all I know.

Is this jacket warm?

Is this jacket warm?

Best Answer

Hey Schnappi

Straight from the 3M site...

3M™ Thinsulate™ Insulation
The original warmth without bulk insulation. Inch for inch no insulation keeps you warmer than Thinsulate insulation. When you compare equal thicknesses‚ Thinsulate insulation provides up to twice the warmth of other high-loft insulating materials and nearly one and a half times the warmth of down.

While I don't know how warm you are looking for, this jacket does sound like it has potential. Super cold days will prolly call for some layering, but it will really be a personal test on how you feel in the weather.