You’ll find this jacket and pant combo from O’Neill at the intersection of style and functionality.
Let’s get right to the point—with its long jacket style and roomy cut overall, O’Neill is keeping the baggy style alive in its Quest Jacket and Contest Pant combo.
But there’s more than just fashion in the package— with 20K breathability and waterproofing in the 2L Quest shell, complete with fully taped seams and Hyperdry technology, O’Neill is also offering its own take on a fully functional shell jacket.
Slip into the roomy, long-waisted jacket and the indisputably baggy pants, and you’re well-covered in a comfortable, loose-fitting combo that still holds up to the demands of today’s all-mountain freeskier. That 20K/20K waterproofing/breathability and long jacket cut keep you warm and dry while getting washed in powder on the deep days—bundle up in the hood and the chin guard, and you’re ready to face anything Mother Nature can throw at you. And for those days when you find yourself dropping in to the park, the relaxed fit of this clothing will blend right in with the freestyle crowd, proving that technical outerwear doesn’t always need to have a tight, form-fitting appearance.
At 10K/10K waterproofing and breathability, the Contest pants don’t have quite the same rating as the Quest Jacket, but critically taped seams and Hyperdry technology will still keep you protected in almost all conditions. As long as you’re not planning on strapping on crampons anytime soon (they don’t go so well with baggy pants, we’ve learned), this pant checks all the boxes, including roomy cargo pockets on both sides.
To top it off, the low-key color picks and canvas washed fabric on the jacket round out the styling on this combo nicely—completing this kit’s tightwalk rope between unobtrusive style and uncompromising performance. When you need outerwear that doesn’t compromise fashion for function, but finds a way to do both well, O’Neill might have what you’re looking for.