Well, I got mine today. I wish I could say it blows so no one will get it, but honestly, it is pretty sick. It is a lot thicker than I thought and I like the material. I will be wearing it quite often. nuff said.
the fur is buttoned in by like 5 buttons. So it is really easy to remove, yet not visible. Pretty clever. the waterproofing I dont know about. It has a very textured feel to it, sort of like the old flak pants and jacket, abrasive, you know. It is quite warm though, almost semi-puffyish
^no one was trying to make anyone feel bad, you are the one being the ass, B. I was merely telling him to stop asking a million and one questions and let it go, either buy it or don't. anyway, to answer Jeff's question: no, the holes dont act as ventilation. This jacket is a ton warmer than I thought it would be. It has a fair amount of insulation and is pretty heavy.
The Oakley Anorak jacket is a lifestyles/street/casual/fashion jacket. It does NOT have the waterproof capabilities of Oakley's other coats, to be a ski or snowboard jacket. It is designed for streetwear. It does not fit like most snow jackets will. Again, it is NOT recommened for a ski coat, as it does NOT have the expected strength/lifespan necessary for the high demands put upon these. This is all straight from Oakley headquarters. It is NOT recommended!
i wont drop out of high school for skiing, mom
just becausd simon and tanner wore it does not make it the same coat. These guys get there gear 18 months before we do, many many changes occur to the line of clothes and gear in this 1.5 years. You can buy a buckshot and put fir and other extras on it and you will almost be like them. Oakley is smart they can change thier minds and designs and fool people like you into spending hundreds more than necessary. GO for it