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Meet Owner Operator: Winter Apparel Fit For a Classic Ski Movie

There are, it seems, endless ski and snowboard apparel philosophies. Venture out onto the slope and you'll see quite the variety. Baggy skiers. Technical backcountry dudes with cutting-edge fabrics. Former racers. Old timers skiing on straight skis twice their size. List goes on. 

Owner Operator, a new American-made winter brand, has a unique design aesthetic that borrows from classic ski apparel tradition, but makes sure to update it so that you don't look like you're using your Grandpa's stuff. It's the best of both worlds.

Made in America Knit Hat - $45
Nothing wrong with a little pride.

Adirondack Overshirt - $295
Made of thick wool, it's probably the burliest shirt on the market. Wear as a shirt or a jacket; it's that warm.

Boot Pack - $95
This Cordura pack gives your boots the home they deserve. It's got straps on the other side so you can wear it like a backpack.

101 Pant - $295
Breathable and waterproof on the outside, fleece-lined on the inside, 'nuff said.

Marina Pack - $145
Owner Operator's pack reminds us of the early designs from The North Face or vintage REI. Made with water-resistant Cordura, it has a detachable zip pouch in the front for your essentials.

Owner Operator Foam Cap - $27
It's not corduroy, but it's still pretty damn classic.

Don't Shred on Me T-Shirt - $32
"Do you even shred bro?"


Ethan Wolff-Mann is an editor at Supercompressor. He played the lead in Hot Dog: The Movie.