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Oakley Slanty DWR Hoodie

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Description: Oakley Slanty DWR Hoodie

Key Features of Oakley Slanty DWR Hoodie:
  • DWR
  • Drawstring hood cinch system
  • Secure hand pockets
  • Media-compatible pocket
  • 100% Polyester Melange Brushed-Back Fleece
  • Fit: Regular

Slanty DWR

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i ordered an Oakley Slanty DWR hoodie in jet black. Your website shows the "jet black" as a grey jacket with jet black trim. I received an all black jacket today. ???? How can I ensure I get the right one when I return the one you sent?
Dave S on Dec 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I'm sorry for any inconvenience the site may have cause you. Call Andy or Karl directly at 1 (800) 409-7669.

As of right now this product page has shows two colorways Black (jet Black) and Grey (Shadow). After a few tests the orders went through correctly on our end.
I need a hoody or flannel that's semi waterproof like the Oakley slanty...spring ski style - you have any recommendations?
john e on Mar 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I highly recommend. The same reasons you wish to buy it are the same reasons I bought this hoodie. Enjoy it.
There seems to be a color way mismatch between Oakley and all retail stores?. I ordered the shadow, which looks light grey in the image with dark trim, but the one I received looks dark grey, like the herb colored one, however the tag says shadow.
A shopper on Dec 23, 2015
I cannot speak for other retailers or Oakley themselves, but the Slanty DWR Hoodie in the Shadow colorway will be a glossy medium grey. Similar... possibly slightly darker than what is pictured here. The Herb colorway is a green (oliveish) color. The Jet black.... is black. Quite possibly the discrepancy you are noting comes from camera light on the shiny DWR surface.