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An ingenious combination of weather protection and warmth.

For the deepest, coldest days of the season, the Outdoor Research Men’s Ingeo Insulated Jacket packs a one-two punch of waterproof breathable protection and fluffy synthetic insulation. When a total whiteout and plummeting temperatures can’t keep you from seeking out untracked pow, the Ingeo’s Pertex Shield shell fabric and EnduraLoft fill keep you warm, dry, and totally psyched. The adjustable, zip-off hood fits over your helmet, and the double-sliding underarm zips dump heat after the long skin track.

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Can someone comment on the feel of the...

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Can someone comment on the feel of the pertex outer shell on this. Is it crunchy? Stiff? Or does it lean towards the "soft shell" side or feel of the spectrum

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Hello, the feel of the Pertex fabric is more on the gore tex side of the spectrum


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Definitely not a "softshell." It feels like many other hard shells I have worn.

Is there any provision for attaching this...

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Is there any provision for attaching this jacket to pants?

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Hello, the jacket does not have any provisions for attaching to the pants.


4 5

Great jacket overall

I'm 5'11" 170 and the jacket was a little big to keep me warm w/o some layering bulkier than 2 thin layers I wore in sub-freezing Utah winds. Styling could be a little bit nicer, but otherwise really good and a great value.

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Were you just walking around or staying active? I'm really curious how this jacket fares when not being active.

Has anyone used this jacket in sub 20 °F...

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Has anyone used this jacket in sub 20 °F weather while just walking around? It's kept me (or specifically my torso) warm while sitting on a porch with the temps around the mid 30s and a very slight breeze, but I'm wondering how this will fare when the temps drop below 20.

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It will still kill it when the temps drop below 20°. Of course everyone is different, invest in a good base layer and own the night.

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@ DakkaGuru:

Thanks for the reply. I'm used to wearing a base layer + a mid-weight; my other insulated softshell does beautifully in the cold with just that, and I wanted to ensure the Igneo would handle it, too. Sounds like the right jacket for me. :)

5 5

Absolutely love it

I primarily bought this jacket for a warm winter ski/snowboard jacket and I was looking for a highly visible yellow jacket for low visibility days. The only jacket that I saw that met both these standards was this OR jacket. I love everything about it and I hope to be wearing this jacket for years to come.

5 5

Bomber Ski Hill Wear

What a great ski hill piece. Zip out powder skirt and hood, pit zips to vent, great pockets. Cool colors, great fit. The pertex shell is really, REALLY weather resistant, and the wind blocking adds warmth to the piece. The shell is tough too, so it will take some abuse. I bring it into the backcountry once in a while as well, just zip out the extras!

Bomber Ski Hill Wear
5 5


I bought this jacket recently and loved it the moment I tried it on. Its super comfy, the fit is normal, and its really warm. I've been out snowboarding in it several times both backcountry and on the lifts. I have not needed to layer it with anything and the pit zips are great for venting heat. The thing is also impressively waterproof, i've been snowboarding all day in falling snow and not a bit damp or wet. Best insulated winter coat i've ever bought.

5 5


I absolutely love this jacket. This is has become my go to winter coat. I have skiied in it and bummed around town. When the mercury starts dropping I can hang out in just a t-shirt and this jacket. As long as it is above -10 degrees, that is...

The length of the jacket is great. It comes down to a little past my waist. Longer in the back that the front. I'm also happy with the removable powder skirt and hood. I'm 6' and 175 lbs and wear a large with just enough space underneath to layer up, if necessary. This thing is very waterproof. I'm a huge fan of this jacket. Durable, waterproof, warm.

All I can say is.. BUY IT!

5 5


Outstanding jacket,very warn,love the vents under the arms.I'm thin and trim 6'1 190lbs. a large fits perfect,but no room for sweater or anything under

4 5

Warm jacket.

Despite skiing for 27 years, I can honestly say I've never owned a true ski jacket. Granted, as a kid, I generally got hand me downs. Even with a few 100+ day seasons right after college, I also belonged to the layering is better mentality, and would but four sometimes five layers under a short softshell, and never often got cold around the waist, where layers would not overlap.

With this coat, I need made a thin poly-pro layer and thin fleece and good to go. Recently it handled 15 degree, windy weather no problem, not cold at all. In fact, I got rid of a layer mid-morning.

Removable hood is great, as I rarely use one. The only time I'd have a hood would be in the rain, but I'd probably be wearing another jacket. Plenty of pockets, including an internal zippered pocket that is great for point and shoot camera/ipod/phone.

My only complaint would be the cuffs. The arms are fairly baggy, but the cuff is tight. I like to have my jacket over gloves, but this makes it difficult to with this jacket.

For those fashionable conscious (I'm not, but my wife suggested) the espresso goes better with tan pants. Of course, non of my ski pants were tan, so I had to to get a new pair.

Plus, cheers to backcountry staff (as always) for helping me decide and handling an issue with later seeing this jacket on steep and cheap

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When you say it handled 15° weather -- have you used it in temperatures that cold for commuting? I have a Columbia Wildcard (incredibly similar to the Igneo in function) and an Igneo, but now that it's getting to be spring, it's no longer cold enough for me to evaluate whether I should keep the Wildcard for the really cold stuff or if the Igneo will be warm enough.

The question I'm asking, I guess, is whether the Igneo is only warm if I'm staying active or if there's enough insulation even when I'm just walking around.

What's the fit on this jacket? Loose,...

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What's the fit on this jacket? Loose, normal, fitted?


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This jacket is going to be more of a normal to loose fit. It is more geared towards skiing/snowboarding then climbing.

hope this helps

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I wear a large in just about everything. I also wear a large in this. Enough room for a mid-layer if I need. The most I wear under this is an icebreaker bodyfit 260. And that is for the coldest of days on the mountain.

5 5

awesome coat for MT

got this coat for my husband. he absolutely loves it. very warm, which is huge as we live in Montana and its cold as f*ck here. super roomy and lots of pockets which he likes. tends to layer and carry alot of crap. color is awesome. mustard. looks like it does in the picture. stylie without being metro. do it.