Say goodbye to whipping winds and bone-chilling cold…
Hello, to a stylish removable, hood that will keep you toasty without restricting movement
To find out more behind how Overeasy got its start and what’s in store for the future, Josh interviews Overeasy founder, Eva Shaw
MORE ABOUT THE EPISODE...
Josh sits down with Overeasy co-founder Eva Shaw. Overeasy is the proud makers of the HoodE, a pioneering form of headwear that acts as a removable hood and delivers a highly functional solution to keeping warm without sacrificing style. Like many innovative outerwear accessories, Overeasy was founded out of necessity, when Vermont native and ski racer, Eva Shaw became frustrated by what she had to wear to stay warm. She ultimately wanted gear that she could express herself with but perform at a high level. For those familiar with wearing a hood while skiing or snowboarding, this becomes a huge limiting factor in range of mobility. Since the HoodE is a detachable hood, you don’t experience the same limitation that you might find on your jacket. What’s even more refreshing is how many styles and fabric options are available to fit your vibe. There’s no question that the HoodE is going to popup like wild fire on the mountain and we’re psyched to see what else Shaw and the Overeasy team will come up with next!
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