Quiksilver

  • CrunchDeals: Quiksilver Opus jacket now half off

    CrunchDeals: Quiksilver Opus jacket now half off

    I'd like to think I had something to do with this. Heh. The Opus jacket is now only $200, which is half of what it was when I reviewed it. It's a still a bit spendy, but I wholeheartedly endorse it. Product Page Read More

  • Review: Quiksilver Opus jacket

    Review: Quiksilver Opus jacket

    Quicksilver isn’t known for their technical wear outside of the water, but the Opus is one bitchin’ jacket with a couple nerdtastic components. It’s made from Schoeller fabric and Quiksilver’s own Quik Repel material; it’s water-resistant and shields the body from low temps and wind. I did a little bit of research into Schoeller and they seem to be pretty big in the… Read More

  • The Ray from Quiksilver is eco-friendly and badass

    The Ray from Quiksilver is eco-friendly and badass

    Being eco-friendly has been a hot topic for most companies this year and Quiksilver is no different. The Ray is a limited edition watch (1,000 unit run) hitting stores next month for $500, but why is it considered eco-friendly? Or to be more precise, an eco-conscious design? Many of its parts are 100 percent recycled: aluminum, mineral crystal, anti-allergy 316L stainless steel and solvent free… Read More

  • CG Holiday 2007 Recommendation: Quiksilver Double Daffy

    CG Holiday 2007 Recommendation: Quiksilver Double Daffy

    Ski/Snowboard season is in full swing and if you haven’t picked up a new jacket or you’re looking for one to ask for the holidays then look no further. The Double Daffy from Quiksilver features Plantronics stereo sound and voice via Bluetooth. That means you can crank out your tunes and take calls while carving up fresh power in the back country. If you get lost or something then you… Read More

  • Plantronics + Quiksilver/Roxy = Bluetooth Audio That Doesn't Look Douchey

    (or, indeed, unwired) clothing is something we’ve seen before, iPod remotes in sleeves and the like, but Plantronics has partnered with Roxy and Quiksilver and they seem to have gotten it right, releasing a series of snowboarding equipment with built-in stereo Bluetooth hands-free kits. The line of parkas and helmets allows not only for chatting with co-boarders on the slopes via Bluetooth… Read More