Brand Spotlight: O’Neill Outerwear 2018/2019 Product Preview

O’Neill’s women’s Frozen Wave Anorak and Shred Bibs in a denim look alongside the O’Neill Fleece.
Men’s and women’s O’Neill Frozen Wave kits.
A few of O’Neill’s key women’s pieces. The Jones Contour Jacket with Streamlined Pants and Frontier Parka with Glamour Pants.
Jeremy Jones himself breaks down the Firewall Magma lining to TransWorld’s Eddie Wall. The design features a thermal energy-absorbing pattern that retains body warmth.
Pattern details on the women’s Hybrid Culture Jacket.
Jeremy Jones showing off the insulation on his signature O’Neill Dark Star Jacket. This piece along with his others all feature a recycled stretch fabric and maximum waterproofing.
Sound advice on the O’Neill Hybrid Decode Jacket.
The Protect Our Winters partnership on the O’Neill Jones Dark Star Jacket.
O’Neill’s Hyperdry fabric treatment adds stain resistance, water repelling and quick-drying attributes.
Seb Toots signature O’Neill Jacket and Bib.
The O’Neill Tech Shield Hoodie featured amongst some of the Jeremy Jones signature pieces.
The O’Neill Tech Shield Hoodie is built from a stretch soft shell fabric and has a longer fit, DWR waterproofing and zippered pockets.
Surf details on the O’Neill Frozen Wave Anorak Jacket.
Another look at the retro O’Neill Frozen Wave pieces.
The O’Neill women’s Jones Darkstar Jacket with the Jones Sync Pants, and men’s Jones Dark Star Jacket and Jones Voyager 3L Pants.
Two key kits, the O’Neill Hybrid Utility Jackets and Hybrid Friday Pants.
The O’Neill Transit Insulator alongside the Construct and Shred Bib pants.
Some legit layering options: the O’Neill Piste Hoodie Fleece, Transit BX Jacket and Hyrbid Tech Shield Hoodie.
The O’Neill women’s Frontier Parka.
Some of the key ladies layers: the O’Neill Hooded Baffle Fleece, Allure Jacket and O’Neill Fleece.
Rounding out the selection with the Baffle and Allure.

O’Neill Snowboarding Outerwear 2019 Preview

Words & Photos: Ben Gavelda

For those who don't know, O'Neill's impact on both surf and snow are quite legendary. Jack O'Neill invented the wetsuit and carried that neoprene warmth to snowboarding in the 70s as well as neon colors in the 80s. "Snow is just frozen water" and "it's always summer on the inside" were some of his sayings that drive the company and its design. A passion for the two cold board sports has led to so much more over the years. For 2019 the brand continues to keep you warm and dry with Hyperdry fabric treatment and Firewall Magma lining.

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Their long relationship with iconic freeride snowboarder Jeremy Jones brings big mountain proven outerwear designs and a partnership with Protect Our Winters. Even simple pieces like their Tech Shield Hoodie bring warmth and waterproofing in subtle ways. See what's coming down the pipeline right here.

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