When the mountain brings the nose-biting storm, bring the cold-battling Batavia.
- Thick 100g insulation in the torso preserves warmth while the 60g-insulated sleeves keep you warm while in action
- Fleece-lined collar and thermal banana (a piece of fleece on the back of the neck) prevent chills and raw-face rubbing
- Powder skirt keeps out the snow when you find a super-deep stand of trees
- Jacket-to-pant snaps create a seamless barrier with compatible Orage pants (sold separately) for the deepest powder days
- Goggle pocket features a removable chamois bag to hold your eyewear while you take ski shots in the bar
- The internal music player pocket features a cord port to pipe your headphones to your ears without stray wires
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- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Bought a $400 dollar Orage coat and the Zipper was broken within a year. And the material started to whole through in one spot for no reason! This coat was used for picking the kids up at school. Conatcting Orage I get a snide response of " we will determine if it was normal use before we will warranty it" What a terrible compnay! Do not buy this overpriced crap Walmart coats las longer!
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
I wouldn't recommend this jacket for skiing. It's very thin (feels somewhat cheaply made) and lacks the features that most of us would require for a ski jacket (for instance, the pockets are velcro only, no zippers!). There isn't very much insulation, it feels very thin. It may be good for casual outdoor activities, but it wouldn't work well for skiing.
The only positives were that it's very bright (I love things that aren't duller once you see them in person!) and the fit was accurate. Unfortunately, because it won't be able to stand up to my ski habit, I'll be returning it.
Bought this jacket on Tuesday of last week and recieved it along with the other gear I had purchased on Thursday, such uber fast shipping! I was able to take her for a test spin this weekend while doing some night skiing in Michigan. The temp was in the mid teens all day and it barely fazed me with this jacket on. The color is great(it's a bit darker and not quite as pink as in the product photo), and the fit is a bit more relaxed which I actually quite enjoyed! I'm really petite 5'1, 96 lbs and the S fits pretty great, the sleeves are maybe a titch too long, but you just cinch the cuffs and away you go! Overall, this jacket was an amazing buy and I highly recommend this jacket to any lady whose looking for a jacket that performs great while still giving you that killer punch of style. Love it, Orage.
I ordered this jacket through SAC for $60. I can't believe it would be worth any more. The day it arrived it was 12 degrees by me and I went outside in the jacket and the wind went right through me. My Patagonia shell was more effective in the wind. I ordered a size medium and the arms were very short on me (I will admit I do I have pretty long arms though). I have a few Orage products and really like them, but this was definitely not worth it.
I bought this jacket on S&C for under $70 and I think that is a fair price for this jacket. I bought the "flame" color which is not red and not quite orange either but bright nonetheless. I am an orange lover so I was actually hoping it'd be more orange that it is. At any rate, I love it. . It is super warm and ultra light given the warmth it provides however, I did not give it 5 stars because it has no pit zips and it really needs them. I love the Velcro closures on the jacket, both on the pockets and also on the zippered front. I like to carry gloves in the front pockets and find zippered pockets a pain while riding so they are perfect. The inside pockets are perfect for a phone and a second set of gloves (I carry two pairs). The front zip is a double zipper which I like because I enjoy the flexibility of having only the middle part of the jacket zipped. The zippers work properly and do not get stuck in the fabric which I appreciate very much. I have a significantly more expensive Spyder Jacket which has terrible zippers in this regard. I also appreciate the fleece lined neckline and adjustable hood. I find I can zip the jacket all the way up to the neck and then fold the neck down (like a turtleneck) and it isn't annoying, but instead comfortable. The hood does not come off this jacket and does not fit over a helmet either. All in all, this is a perfect jacket for riding, as you can see. I have been out in some light drizzle (live in WA) and stayed warm and dry. I love it. It can be improved upon though.