Obermeyer - Get Outside

Obermeyer has a singular purpose – to get people outside. Whether it’s to stop and feel the breeze, or to take in the view down the side of a mountain or skiing, hiking, and building snow forts, there’s something essential and profound about moments spent out of the central heating and in the outdoors. Because getting away from it all, at whatever altitude or solitude.



At Obermeyer, they know moments take on greater meaning when you’re living in the moment. At your own pace, you can breathe, feel, reconnect, and hear nature’s essence. We become better humans. Not to mention, wesee the world with a greater range of vision as a large, majestic place to which we are directly connected.


With all that in mind, they aim to innovate and develop products and solutions that make nature more accessible, more comfortable, and more fun so you can get out there and make moments.

Introducing the Katze Suit, a new stunning performance piece for this season. We have decades of history in designing one-pieces that put both function and fashion first. Focusing on our fit and premium materials with the use of Schoeller® stretch fabrics and Allied Down and Feather responsibly-sourced insulation, the Katze suit will keep you warm and fierce on the mountain and après all winter long.



Obermeyer has been designing one pieces for decades. The Katze Suit isn’t our first and it won’t be their last - but it just may be their best.


“The Freedom Suit”- first seen in 1940’s Italy, the one-piece ski suit reached mainstream popularity in the U.S. in the ‘60s and ‘70s.


Obermeyer embraced the “freedom suit” for its comfort, warmth, and head-to-toe styling.


With Obermeyer’s first Swarovski® partnership, they welcome the Evanna, defining elegance and functional fashion. Feminine fit and warmth is the foundation of the Evanna design, featuring 4-way stretch fabric and linings and responsibly sourced Allied Feather and Down 700 Fill Power Goose Down insulation for ultimate comfort on the mountain and at Après.

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