Mr Neff came up for the idea of an action sport headwear company whilst at Brigham Young University, Utah back in the glory days of 2002. He started off with standard cottage industry production methods by hand knitting all the beanies with Neff embroidered onto the knit.

Since then he’s added a stellar roster of riders to the team that are the dominators of park, pipe and everything in-between - and you'll now find outerwear, gloves, casual clothing and much more in the Neff catalogue.

Hit the left and right arrows to see what Neff have in store for the 2015 2016 season


This Zoo colourway of the Daily is another unmistakable jacket design from the house of Neff - following in the path that previous one-of-a-kind stylings like the Cheeseburger Daily 2 that many of you will have seen on Tim Humphreys.

Under that colourful exterior, the Daily is a basic shell 10k/10k with critically taped seams, and comes in an Oxford fabric.


This Pathfinder jacket is a new one for the coming season, and features all the familiar stylings of a parker - but comes equipped to handle all the elements.

It's insulated, with a 10k/10k outer and full taped seams for when the weather gets trashy, and comes in a 2-way stretch twill so you can keep those movements free and easy.


Ponderously modelled with the aid of Onboard's Yalda - we have on show here the Peak Jacket and Cope Bib from Neff (on the left, incase you're struggling with your day today).

The red checkered peak jacket is an insulated 'Downproof' jacket for keeping things toasty out on the hill. Combining 10k/10k outer with down lining.

And the Cope Bib is an overall shell pant that's ready to be put to work. 10k/10k waterproofing and breathability with critically taped seams, and a 2-way stretch twill fabric, so you can get loose.


Everyone loves a good mountain shirt - and Neff have introduced their own take on one to their line for the new season.

Coming in with plaid red patch colourway and a high colour - it's going to be an ideal hybrid for those spring days where you don't need full tech coverage.


Neff's Specialist jacket is a military inspired number that's more than just standard issue.

Built in a 4-way stretch twill fabric, it's been made with movement in mind, and packs fully taped seams under a 10k/10k outer layer.

They've paired that up here with the classic cargo 'Gnargo' pants - slightly more simple with 10k/10k critically taped seams, and a two way stretch twill fabric.


Backcountry orientated - the anorak style Raptor jacket is a high end shell that you can layer up with and know you'll be staying dry and comfortable.

It's backed by a 15k/15k material in stretch 3L fabric, with fully taped seams, so you know nothing's getting in through the gaps.


Another less-technical number - this DWR (Durable Water Repellant) quilt style jacket is made with lightweight insulation in a polyester filled construction, to keep you extra comfy.

Neff have put it together here with another colourway of the Gnargo pant, this time a blue-based camo, with the same 10k/10k, critically taped features as before.


A trio of colours go into the design of Neff's Trifecta jacket, mixing khaki, red and black in a modern colour blocked jacket with lines as clean and techy as the ones you'll be cutting out on the hill.

Under the hood it's a 10k/10k, critically taped jacket, with a soft peached fabric finish.

Matching it up here is the aptly named Tailor pant - a shell that's meant to fit as the name suggest - not too loose and not too tight - just right.

The Tailors are a 10k/10k critically taped pant - in a freeing four-way stretch twill fabric.


This women's base layer combo not only features a mouthwatering selection of doughnuts - but it's made in a mid-weight fabric with moisture wicking properties too. What more could you want?


Neff have got a new styling in their backpack range this year - and, as ever, a diverse range of styles to choose from. There's that food theme again!


Whether you're after a classic balaclava - or a drawstring number with a bit more room to adjust - Neff have got your whole head covered. Patterned, bright, or black, it's down to you...


Taking it back to where Neff began, as you can see here there's far too much in Neff's beanie selection for us to possibly go through every one individually.

Think of a colour/style, and chances are it's in there...


Cap collectors rejoice - Neff have heaps to choose from in this department too.


Bear meets its catch in this original design for the Character mitt - an old favourite just as strong as before.

These come with removable wrist leashes incase you're one of those forgetful sorts - as well as grippy palms, and Fiberfill insulation to keep them fingers warm.


Missed breakfast? Well now you can have yours on the hill...(sort of).

Unfortunately not edible - these bacon and egg mitts pack the same tech as their Bear counterpart - and will make all fans of the day's most important meal feel right at home.


The Neff Ripper Halldor mitts are, of course, the gloves of choice for one part of Iceland's favourite snowboarding siblings - and presumably come derived from previous year's Ripper gloves, made for perfect grip.

Classic camo colourways - they're sure to be a hit.


Completing the Helgason brotherhood - Eiki has his own version of Neff's Rover gloves this year - and in a similar colourway to his Pro Switchback bindings too!

Made with coated mesh and neoprene, they have a synthetic palm for grip and waterproofing so you can dial in your grabs.


Neff's high-end leather Work Mitts get a Sage Kotsenburg twist for this season with the addition of that skull/tie dye patch slap bang in the middle.

With a palm side pull tag for quick entry, Fiberfill insulation and a Bemberg liner - we reckon the chances of chilly digits in these has got to be low.