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I got this on steep & cheap for like $80 a month ago, i was a little skeptical. However this jacket is sick, especially for the price. It has a good fit, I think the hood is perfect, and its pretty warm. Its definatley resort oriented, i wouldnt want to bring it out hiking because it is a little bulky. Anyways def a good deal for price.
is this, or is this not insulated? there...
is this, or is this not insulated? there are two posts saying completely opposite things, and on the info it says not insulated.
http://www.orage.com/fw08/flash#/tj-pro-model/?sku=HJM-73-08 - thats the orage site saying it's insulated, also
Yea its insulated, pretty warm.
TJ in the trees at steamboat
This thing is great. Kept me warm even though i had a few nasty spills. The powder skirt really helped
First thing you should know is that this jacket is insulated. Also, the cuffs are pretty bulky and have fleece on them. The hood is pretty useless and is not even head-compatible at all. On the plus side, the chest pockets have a decent amount of space and the cut if loose but not too baggy. If you want something warm and comfortable, by all means go for the Orage TJ, but if you want something more fitting and useful, go for another jacket instead.
Orage Tj Pro Jacket
Nice coat but the black & white looks too much like a Holstein cow.
LOVE THIS JACKET!
By far the most comfortable jacket ive ever had. Very warm too.
this jacket is NOT black
though it is really sick, the black ink/white is really kind of a charcoal grey. Nice comfortable fit, little extra length without being stupid long. Really nice fleece lining on the back panel. I got the large and its a perfect, slightly baggy without being ridiculous looking, for reference im 5'10" 165 pounds with broad shoulders. One of the sweetest jackets I own.
I don't know why Zack Byrd wrote two reviews just ripping this jacket up. His problem with staining the jacket would happen with any jacket with white in it. Don't fall and maybe it won't get stained? I have this jacket and love it.
Don't waste Your Money on this Peice of Crap
This jacket is a piece of sh*t! It stains so easily and is almost impossible to get the stains out. The durability isnt quite as I expected; it tore just after 10 days of normal skiing. If do you are someone unfortunate that got this jacket make sure that you wear lots of layers; cuz this jacket aint warm at all. I knew that Orage was trying to make the jacket affordable but come on; If i had to buy the jacket again, I would payed a max. of $$96. I didnt get a factory reject, my friend who has the same jacket has the same problems.
Not worth the price!!!!!
This jacket sucks!!!! Not very durable and NO INSULATION!! The jacket ripped by the arm vents after just one fall.The jacket gets stained like crazy and i haven't yet to get them out; I've tried everything to get them out. I used this jacket wen it was 34 degrees and water got through the jacket fast, and stayed wet for allmost 2 days. For $250 I would have expected just a little bit of quality. If I had to price the jacket for what its really worth I would pay $80 at the max. I did not get a factory reject jacket; my friend who has the same jacket has the exact same problems.
Sick design, not much warmth
This jacket comes with accessories that would normally come with a much higher priced jackets. The powder skit is a added bonus. The retractable ski pass system is just one of those retractable pass key chain things. This jacket is not very warm at all, make sure to warm layers when you are ripping it up on the mountain. I got the white/ blue color for my jacket. I do have to warn you if you get the white color that its very hard to get stains and marks out.